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Ask Me Anything (Heartfelt answers to 64 anonymous questions from teenage girls)
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From bestselling author Rebecca Sparrow, comes the little book of information that every young woman should read.

A$16.95
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Overview

Ask Me Anything is a question-and-answer style book for Australian teenage girls. Set out in an easy-to-read, open-at-any-page format, it covers deeply personal and real questions girls want to ask and find a trusted answer for:

‘I’m ugly. How will I ever get a boyfriend?’ or ‘Do I need to know what I want to be when I’m older?’ or ‘How can I be more popular?’ or ‘How do you know if your friends really like you?’

From the author of Find Your Tribe and Find Your Feet, Rebecca Sparrow has written the perfect big sister book, full of advice, wisdom and humour. This little book will be invaluable and a must-read for those who need a little help with friendship, life, love and family.

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Rebecca Sparrow

Rebecca Sparrow

For the past few years Rebecca Sparrow has been a weekly columnist at Mamamia. Her first novel, The Girl Most Likely (2003), is in development to become a feature film. Her second, The Year Nick McGowan Came to Stay (2006), debuted as a stage play in 2007. Her most recent book, Find Your Feet (The 8 things I wish Id known before I left high school), is the companion guide to the bestselling Find Your Tribe (and 9 other things I wish I’d known in high school) (2009). Rebecca is an ambassador for Givit.org.au and The Pyjama Foundation. She lives in Brisbane with her family.