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Inside this book you'll find honest and deeply personal questions from teenage girls, just like you. 

'How do you know if your friends really like you?' 
'What does it feel like to be actually happy?'
'I'm ugly.  How will I ever get a boyfriend?'
'How can I feel closer to my mum who died?
Inside this book you'll find honest and deeply personal questions from teenage girls, just like you. 
Bestselling author Rebecca Sparrow's answers will make you laugh and cry and offer just the right measure of advice and comfort whenever or wherever you need it most. 
Every teenage girl needs Rebecca Sparrrow in her life.  Robin Bailey, radio and television presenter 
Real, down-to-earth answers, delivered with empathy and heart.  Caroline Overington, journalist and associate editor of The Australian Women's Weekly 
A 'How to Survive High School and Beyond' manual . . . written by your best friend.  Frances Whiting, author and journalist 
 

Reviews

PRAISE FOR ASK ME ANYTHING

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'From the hilarious to the heartbreaking, every one of Rebecca's wise words is like a warm hug for the teenage soul.' Lisa Wilkinson co-host of Channel Nine's The Today Show

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'Sex. Love. Friendship. Diets. Boys. Your girls have questions. Rebecca Sparrow has answers, but not in a preachy way. Rebecca has real, honest, down-to-earth answers, delivered with empathy and heart. I would recommend this book to every mother of teenage girls ... and not only for the girls.' Caroline Overington, Walkley award-winning journalist, author and associate editor of the Australian Women's Weekly

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'Ask Me Anything is like a How to Survive High School and Beyond manual … written by your best friend.' Frances Whiting, author and journalist

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'Every teenage girl needs Rebecca Sparrow in her life and every parent needs to know she is there. In her book Ask Me Anything (Heartfelt Answers to Anonymous Questions from Teenage Girls) Rebecca manages to have just the right mix of peer advice, maternal care and professional expertise answering these real-life questions of our teenage girls. It may sound clichéd, but this book will make you laugh and cry and, more importantly, it will disarm you with its honesty. I hope every Australian teenage girl reads this book to know they are understood and never alone and then I hope they leave it out for their parents to read and learn because they will learn a lot.' Robin Bailey, radio and television presenter

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'Where was this book when I was a teen girl? I would have giggled, nodded along in agreement, called my bestie to read her out my favourite responses, clutched to it in moments of crises. Rebecca tackles the real issues that matter to our girls with incredible humour and not only her own voice, but the collective wisdom of other women, too. I was thrilled to be asked to contribute to a book that is destined to become a teen-girl must-have.' Dannielle Miller, CEO of Enlighten Education, Australia's largest provider of in-school workshops for teen girls that help develop self-worth and resilience.

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Formats & editions

  • Paperback

    9780702253874

    November 18, 2015

    U.Q.P. (Juvenile)

    192 pages

    RRP $14.95

    Online retailers

    • Abbey's Bookshop
    • Angus & Robertson Bookworld
    • Booktopia
    • Boomerang Books
    • Collins Booksellers
    • Dymocks
    • Books Kinokuniya
    • The Nile
    • QBD
    • Readings
    • Robinsons Bookshop
    Or

    Find your local bookstore at booksellers.org.au

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