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Rules for Being a Girl Reviews

Rules for Being a Girl by Candace Bushnell, Katie Cotugno

Rules for Being a Girl

Candace Bushnell, Katie Cotugno

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1 review

Category: Children's
Imprint: Balzer and Bray
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Inc
Publication date: 16 Apr 2020
ISBN: 9780062803375
5 stars out of 5

"A fiercely feminist call to arms"

When “Bex”, her handsome teacher, is attentive to her, Marin is flattered – but when he kisses her, she’s appalled. Her best friend won’t believe her, so, in the school paper, Marin writes an article laying out the rules for girls: don’t be easy, don’t be a prude, don’t friendzone him, don’t blame him for trying. School and social hierarchies may be poised to punish Marin instead of Bex, but that doesn’t mean she’s ready to stop fighting, or to lose her newly discovered voice. A fiercely feminist call to arms, from Sex and the Cityauthor Candace Bushnell.