Girlhood: Teens Around the World in Their Own Voices
Girlhood tells the stories of kids around the world in a fun and easy fashion. From nomads that hunt with the help of an eagle, to children in urban centers this book gives you a taste of the lives of girls around the world. This book includes questions answered by these girls and their replies as well as information about them and their family and a couple – usually two to six, diary entries. It is exceedingly well written and gives you a real taste of everyday life in different places around the world. I would defiantly recommend it to libraries and schools because it is really good to use with research. However, it is not a very good book to own, because it is not very exciting and slightly dry. I would only read it once. This makes it valuable to libraries because people don’t keep the book forever. This is good to use with researching for essays about places, as it is a good source about daily life. This is a great source for girls and teens around the world.
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