Discovery Girls

Friendship Hardship, mean girls, jealousy, stuck in the middle…. Tweens and growing pains seem to go hand in hand. Discovery GirlsDoes this sound familiar with your middle school age daughter? If so, there is help. I received a 4 series book set from Discovery Girls to review that touches on the following 4 titles.

  • Friendship Hardship
  • Sticky Situations… and How to Get Through Them
  • Ask Ali: All the Advice You’ll Ever Need
  • My Worst Day…and How I survived it

Discovery Girls

This book series is designed as a school survival guide series for middle school age girls. They help young girls deal with troubled friendships, those embarrassing moments we all had when we were growing up, their body image and much more. The series is designed to help your child build confidence and develop positive thoughts about themselves. They help your tween to become more resilient. The books are written by girls for girls and they focus on real life issues.

If you aren’t familiar with Discovery girls, let me fill you in just a little. The site was created by a mom when her child was eight years old because she wanted her daughters middle school experience to be different than her own was. Not only is everything reviewed to make sure no personal information is given out on the site, the site is fully COPPA-compliant. More…

Discovery G irls

Please visit Discovery Girls to see if you would like to purchase this 4 book set for your daughter. If you would like to win a Discovery Girls 4 book set in a giveaway, make sure that you live in the US and are at least 18+ to enter. Thank you for participating and good luck.

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Comments

  1. Laurie Harrison says:

    I am not shocked that rappy kid behaivor starts so young. My granddaughter was called fat and she is in kindergarten for crying out loud. The parents should read these books too! Outrageous! Thanks for the review.

  2. Lisa R says:

    I learned that Discovery Girls articles are written by girls, for girls.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  3. Sarah Ashkar says:

    I have a boy, too bad. :)

  4. jodi bradshaw says:

    bullying can be harsh!! my son went through it for 3 straight years!!

  5. Oh Man can I testify to the meaness of girls! I actually dropped out and opted to get my GED instead of being subjected to bullying everyday. I don’t want any other girl to go through that. i am going to suggest this to our local youth program to see if there is a way they can use it.

  6. I love the whole site. I’m glad I learned about it here :) It’s great to see there is a place my daughter can go and be comfortable if there is something she can’t ask me.

  7. Stephanie Hirsch says:

    I love that there is an advice column, so my girls could get advice when they dont want it from us!

  8. Rebecca L says:

    I learned that they have a DVD for kids.

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