Ma olen tüdruk

Ma olen t druk T druk olla on suurep rane aga m nikord ajab see hulluks ja teeb n utuks ning on lihtsalt t siselt imelik Ja aeg ajalt on see ka vana vastik k huvalu Hea uudis on see et sa ei pea puberteedi pilkases

  • Title: Ma olen tüdruk
  • Author: Hayley Long Kadri Metsma Gemma Correll
  • ISBN: 9789985340592
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback
  • T druk olla on suurep rane aga m nikord ajab see hulluks ja teeb n utuks ning on lihtsalt t siselt imelik Ja aeg ajalt on see ka vana vastik k huvalu Hea uudis on see, et sa ei pea puberteedi pilkasest pimedusest l bi minema omap i Kirjanik Hayley Long kirjutas sinu jaoks otsekohese ja s damliku teejuhi, mis on tulvil puhast t de, toetust ja siseinfot ja Gemma CorrelT druk olla on suurep rane aga m nikord ajab see hulluks ja teeb n utuks ning on lihtsalt t siselt imelik Ja aeg ajalt on see ka vana vastik k huvalu Hea uudis on see, et sa ei pea puberteedi pilkasest pimedusest l bi minema omap i Kirjanik Hayley Long kirjutas sinu jaoks otsekohese ja s damliku teejuhi, mis on tulvil puhast t de, toetust ja siseinfot ja Gemma Correlli dini naljakaid illustratsioone Ela oma unistuste elu, kahtlemata, aga n pista paar tundi lugemiseks V imalus, et leiad siit midagi kasulikku, on p ris suur, peale selle saad k vasti naerda Ei ole iget v i valet viisi, kuidas olla t druk Aga see raamat tagab sulle, et kes sa ka poleks, t drukuks olemine tuleb sul v lja t iesti geniaalselt.

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    1. Hayley Long Kadri Metsma Gemma Correll

      Hayley Long is the author of several award winning books for teenagers, including What s Up with Jody Barton and the Lottie Biggs books She also works as an English teacher Hayley Long lives in England.

    500 thoughts on “Ma olen tüdruk”

    1. Brilliantly witty and incredibly informative! A must read for women of all ages!- I received a copy of this book at the Hot Key Books blogger brunch wherein I also got to meet the lovely author Hayley. After hearing Hayley read from the book I knew it would be a writing style that I would love so I jumped into it pretty sharpish!- This book is supremely funny but also packs a massive load of useful information. I think all men should be made to read this book, they would probably learn quite a b [...]


    2. * I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review *This book was one of the best books I have ever read for preteen to teen girls. It was completely informative, easy to read, humerous, open-minded, and nonjudgmental. It started off with the basics, like how your body is going to change and what is normal and what is not. She also stresses that everyone is different and there are absolutely no absolutes. She also addresses make-up, hair, crushes (both straight and gay), dating, s [...]


    3. I received this eARC from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion of the work.“Oceans are wet and deserts are dry and we are girls living in a world dominated by men.” Guys, do not be scared. This is a boy-friendly book (kind of). I mean, you probably won’t care for the detailed explanation of a menstrual cycle, but this is in no way a “man-hating” book. It’s a book for people. And more importantly, it’s a guide for young girls [...]


    4. "this book was crying out to be owned by you"And read it I did.Gosh I loved this book. It was hilarious and I wish I'd have read this when I was younger. Instead I worked through things on my own without a guide.Recommended if you need a good laugh, or have a good sense of humour.But be warned: contains peroids and faffing with your foof.Hayley is awesome. So read this book now!


    5. Being a Girl is a great book for teens who feel their PSHE is lacking in certain areas or just want an honest opinion on whether it’s OK not to shave. It preaches kindness and anti-douchebaggery whilst being amusing and informative on the subject of being a teenage girl.It covers all the key areas of concern and potentially embarrassing questions of adolescence for girls; periods, boobs and bras, hair (both the kind you want and the kind you’d rather get rid of), spots, clothes, crushes, saf [...]


    6. *I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion in any way*This is such a light-hearted, yet deeply informative guidance book for younger girls (pre-teens/early teens I would say) on everything you would possibly need to know about growing up as a girl. And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING - periods, sex, crushes, friendships, sexuality, appearance, hygiene, pressures, media - you name it! The layout is easy to follow and there's eve [...]


    7. Thank you Hayley Long! What I need now is a time-machine to take this back a *cough* few years and hand it to my teenage self. Ok so maybe the hair care & make-up section would still be completely lost on me but there is a lot in this book – and as Hayley points out at the beginning there are all type of girls and we’re all brilliant in our own way. :)Plus it’s funny! So funny. If there is an audiobook Hayley needs to read it.I liked what Being A Girl set out to do. It’s informative, [...]


    8. This is a book where Hayley Long's wicked sense of humour really gets to shine through. This book had me in stitches the whole time I was reading it, which is quite embarrassing when you're reading a book on a packed train. This is a book that I feel every young girl should read, and I wish it had been here when I was younger.This book is not only funny, it's incredibly informative too and a read I think every young girl needs to read. It has chapters on sex, periods, hair and so much more, ever [...]


    9. I wish I had had this book when I was 13. 13 years later this was more of a fun read, and there were things I laughed at because I remembered how I felt about them as a teen. I would recommend this to any girl just reaching their teen years as it is a fun yet very informative book about teen life. It even deals with quite heavy matters in a good and non-judgmental way. Well written and even fun for us that have survived our teen years.


    10. A (mostly) feminist-friendly book for girls about navigating puberty. Clever, but sometimes lacking depth.


    11. Teenage girls, listen up: This book is just for you (and not adults)!Ever wish you could get the truth about something without having to ask adults? Do you have questions swirling around your head and keeping you up nights?This book is your guidebook to life, boys, sex, health, who you are and what’s going on. Consider it the ultimate hack on life.Have questions about gender identity?Hayley’s got answers and she tells you the truth.Wonder about whether you’re a boy or a girl (gender identi [...]


    12. I received this book from Net Galley in exchange for a fair review.I have to admit that this book says things that I'd never want to tell my daughter. No, silly not the sex and puberty things! Things like "it's a man's world and you better prepare yourself for that reality." Things like a girl has to be careful and to not create the wrong kind of reputation. Things like how to identify early signs of bullying or abusive relationships. All things that we want to spare our daughters from ever havi [...]


    13. So funny. Brilliantly informative. Should be in every school library. When being a boy came out I thought it was awesome but lamented the lack of a being a girl equivalent. I was therefore so pleased to find out that this book was in the process of being written.Being a girl is funny, informative and perfect for the intended target audience. It goes through a variety of need to know information that teen girls need to know especially when they live in a world where a huge variety of misinformati [...]


    14. this was a nice little read. definitely more fitting for younger audiences. loved the humour and little drawings! herstory was by far my favourite thing about this book!recommended read for your younger sisters, nieces, cousins, daughters of friends, etc!full review here: catshelf.wordpress/2016/1


    15. I received a digital copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review:Being a girl can be the coolest thing ever! But it’s not always perfect, because us girls have to put up with a lot, between periods, beauty expectations, and ultimately living in a man’s world. Still, that doesn’t mean we have to go through it alone!This was honestly such a cute read. Being a Girl is a comprehensive guide for any girl in their teens--and even older!--that covers a wide range of topics, [...]


    16. I love this book and tone in which Ms. Long wrote it. I just wish that I had had this book when my girls were young teenagers. I think they would have liked getting advice from a book rather than good-old-mom all the time. I can't figure out the target age for this book. In the beginning it seemed like ti was talking to Tweens. Then it mentioned 13-year-olds and later there is advice about STIs, contraceptives, and sex. I would pick the perfect target to be somewhere in Junior High.The illustrat [...]


    17. Like many reviewers have said, I wish this book was around when I was a teenager. It's funny, true, engaging, full of useful information and interesting facts. And it doesn't sugar coat. Real issues and life decisions are discussed here. And Hayley Long knows just how to walk you through these issues and decisions. Well done.


    18. It was a good book for teenagers. The illustrations were funny and caught the eye. Although I would've preferred a more informative book (rather than a moralizing book), I'm sure it would do the trick for teenagers. It's a great start.



    19. This is probably the most useful and amazing book I've ever read. I'm 18 years old and this book helped me feel better about how crap it can be to be a teenage girl. I would definitely recommend!!!


    20. I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewThis book is definitely one every girl should have before, or when, they reach puberty. Even though I'm 18 there was still some things I didn't know before I Being a Girl and I wish I'd had this when I was younger.Being a Girl is wonderfully illustrated - I really got to hand it to you Gemma Correll, you did an amazing job! It's a pleasure to go through and definitely not boring - even though it is nonfiction. I can see [...]


    21. Anyone remember them Facts of Life books that you were given when you were younger? Well if you don't they were basically a book letting you know about your body, and periods, and sex. Totally cringe-worthy and so not cool. Thinking back now I would have absolutely loved to have a book like Hayley Long's, Being A Girl.It's funny, it's quirky, it's to and on point, it's full of all those facts and questions that you want to know about. And, it's done in a way that most girls will easily be able t [...]


    22. After my request to read 'Being a Girl' through NetGalley was accepted by Andrews McMeel Publishing (thanks guys!) I realised that it was the American edition Whoops. I was quarter of the way through when I noticed the continuous references to American female figures of history - bypassing the English greats that I was already familiar with - and then the words 'middle school' were mentioned and I knew I'd done goofed.Luckily, I knew our local library was carrying a copy of the English edition! [...]


    23. Check out my full review over on my blog here-------- Massive thank you to Hot Key Books for sending me a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.The moment I heard about this book I knew I was going to really enjoy it. I had read a novel by Hayley Long a few years ago, Lottie Biggs Is Not Mad, and remembered enjoying it.Although the tone of this book is quite humorous, the novel is packed full of useful information that is given in a straight forward and clear way. The one recurring [...]


    24. Overall it was a pretty sweet book, not overly condescending and it had a lot of really good and important information that I think young girls should have. It made real attempts to be inclusive as far as sexuality and gender go, but didn’t do quite enough in my opinion. It definitely focused on cis gender and heterosexual as the norm, but at least acknowledged that that isn’t for everyone and did have a general message of, be whoever you are, there’s plenty of room in the world for all of [...]


    25. Teenage girls, listen up: This book is just for you (and not adults)!Ever wish you could get the truth about something without having to ask adults? Do you have questions swirling around your head and keeping you up nights?This book is your guidebook to life, boys, sex, health, who you are and what’s going on. Consider it the ultimate hack on life.Have questions about gender identity?Hayley’s got answers and she tells you the truth.Wonder about whether you’re a boy or a girl (gender identi [...]


    26. There is such a need for these puberty guidebooks in all libraries. They are some of are most "misplaced" and "missing" items. From time to time I will get a worried mother or a single father struggling to find books on these topics that they can reference to and Being a Girl by Hayley Long is something I would feel comfortable recommending to them.This is one of the better novels written for pre-teen and teen girls. It went into a lot of topics that I have not seen before, including gender iden [...]


    27. Thank you to NetGalley and Andrews McNeel Publishing for an ARC of Being a Girl by Hayley Long, in exchange for an honest review.“Why are middle school and high school such catty places? If I knew the answer to that I’d be Yoda. But my guess is that it’s got a lot to do with HORMONES!””Because there are a thousand ways of being a girl. Your own unique way is one of them.” Where was this book when I was a teenager? As a woman in my mid-to-late 30’s with 2 teenage girls, I want this [...]


    28. Originally published at: solittletimeforbooks.Being a teenager is tough, put particularly for a teenage girl, and in Being a Girl Hayley Long has gathered everything she learnt on her journey to adulthood.The subjects of puberty, hormones and how to deal with them and everything that gets dragged alongside them can be a dry (and rather depressing subject) but in Being a Girl everything is delivered with humour and through a myriad of ways. Along with regular text, there are brilliant illustratio [...]


    29. As a post menopausal woman, you would think that all the things brought up in this book would be a distant memory, but being a teenager, and going through puberty is not something you easily forget. Having said this, this book would have been perfect for me to have had when I would have needed it. The author has a good sense of humor, and well informed, straight-forward way of presenting information that every teenage girl needs to know. The chapters are broken out into sections, from periods, h [...]


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