book review: the girl’s guide to conquering life

Image result for the girl's guide to conquering lifeThis book reminded me of The Daring Book for Girls with its wealth of practical, hands-on advice.  To be honest, I didn’t read every single how-to from start to finish since I don’t have my driver’s license (hence, the chapter on cars wasn’t applicable) and I don’t play any sports (so same for the chapter on that subject).  However, I did skim those chapters and the advice looks really good and something I’ll definitely revisit when I need to know more about how to drive stick or throw a football.

As for the other chapters, the ones I actually read, I really enjoyed them!  There were some great tips and techniques in there.  I’m kinda glad the author put the chapter on Guys & Dating first because I probably would’ve skipped ahead to read it (*wink*).  I also enjoyed the Health & Beauty and Food & Cooking chapters – I knew a lot of the stuff already, but it’s always good to have a refresher, right?

Overall, I found The Girl’s Guide to Conquering Life to be a easy, helpful read that I’d recommend to girls of pretty much any age (but particularly 12 to 18 year olds).

I received this book for free from Revell in exchange for my honest review.

Eva

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