It’s about time that there was a really good, down to earth, savvy (and sassy) teen advice books. And Rosalind Jana’s ‘Notes on Being Teenage’ really does tick all the boxes.
We’ve listed some of the reasons why you need to add this to your TBR right of the now.
1. There’s a chapter called ‘And so it began… with boobs’. Sold.
2. The book includes interviews with authors, vloggers, and other industry professionals, offering a cool second perspective and also a bit of an insight into different jobs. Neat!
3. It looks at teen mental health in a balanced, carefully sourced and intelligent way.
4. The advice is useful for everyone. Sure, if you’re a teen then it’s most relevant to you, but it’s the kind of evergreen advice that you can keep coming back to when you forget yourself.
5. Rosalind Jana is a total boss lady. Don’t believe us? We wrote all about her badassery right here.
6. It’ll make you feel good. Reassured. Supported. And that it’s totally normal to feel un-normal.
Have we convinced you to stick this on your TBR? Great! You can get your copy right here.
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