How to Win Friends and Influence People for Girls

How to Win Friends and Influence People for Girls

It's all about making friends! The teenage years can be tricky - especially if you're a girl. Let's face it, girls deal with pressures and dilemmas that boys couldn't even dream of, let alone handle! In this indispensable guide teenage girls will learn the most powerful ways to influence others, defuse arguments, admit mistakes and make self-defining choices. Donna Dale Carnegie, daughter of the motivational author and teacher Dale Carnegie, offers concrete advice for girls on topics such as: - peer pressure - gossip - popularity - maintaining friendships with boys - commitment issues - break-ups Carnegie also provides solid advice for older teenagers beginning to explore their influence in the adult world, such as driving and handling interviews. Full of fun quizzes, 'reality check' sections and real life examples, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Girls offers every teenage girl candid, insightful and timely advice on making friends and being a good friend.

How To Win Friends and Influence People

How To Win Friends and Influence People

Provides a new hardcover edition of the classic best-selling self-help book, which includes principles that can be applied to both business and life itself, in a book that focuses on how to best affectively communicate with people.

How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age

How to Win Friends and Influence People in the Digital Age

A 75th anniversary adaptation of the original landmark best-seller explains how to apply Carnegie's advice to a world driven by electronic communication devices, sharing advice on topics ranging from e-mail etiquette to cyber bullying. Reprint.

How To Win Friends And Influence People For Kids

How To Win Friends And Influence People For Kids

A truly happy child always has at least one friend. For some children making and keeping friends comes naturally, but for others, friendship problems can make them feel very sad and lonely. As adults, most of us assume that children know how to approach and talk to friends, but this isn't always the case. How To Win Friends And Influence People for Kids shows you how to teach these skills to your child. Once they have started to master these interpersonal skills, they will naturally attract friends. This wonderful book also gives your child information and skills to practise so that they can be more popular and a leader among their peers. This is not only a great skill to have at school...but the benefits will continue to add to a successful and happy time all through their lives. Karen Campbell and Katrina Kahler are two highly experienced teachers who have shown hundreds of children how to make friends, become more popular and maintain positive and happy relationships. This book is part of a series called 'Positive Parenting: How To Avoid The Pitfalls and Raise A Child You Can Be Proud Of'. The authors have aimed their books at the parents of children aged from birth through to the early teenage years.The clickable table of contents inside the book will give you an insight into the valuable information contained in this potentially life-changing book.

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Must Read: Rediscovering American Bestsellers

From Charlotte Temple to The Da Vinci Code

Must Read: Rediscovering American Bestsellers

What is it about certain books that makes them bestsellers? Why do some of these books remain popular for centuries, and others fade gently into obscurity? And why is it that when scholars do turn their attention to bestsellers, they seem only to be interested in the same handful of blockbusters, when so many books that were once immensely popular remain under-examined? Addressing those and other equally pressing questions about popular literature, Must Read is the first scholarly collection to offer both a survey of the evolution of American bestsellers as well as critical readings of some of the key texts that have shaped the American imagination since the nation's founding. Focusing on a mix of enduring and forgotten bestsellers, the essays in this collection consider 18th and 19th century works, like Charlotte Temple or Ben-Hur, that were once considered epochal but are now virtually ignored; 20th century favorites such as The Sheik and Peyton Place; and 21st century blockbusters including the novels of Nicholas Sparks, The Kite Runner, and The Da Vinci Code.

The Savage Girl

The Savage Girl

In the wake of her sister Ivy's widely publicized suicide attempt, Ursula Van Urden arrives in the metropolis of Middle City with hopes of starting her own life anew. In an attempt to understand the events leading up to her sister's breakdown, Ursula meets Ivy's mysterious boyfriend, Chas Lacouture, and joins his trendspotting firm, Tomorrow, Ltd. Armed with only a sketch pad and the mandate to "find the future," she begins an odyssey into the strangely intoxicating world of trendspotting where one lesson prevails: At the heart of every product lies a paradox, and when cultivated successfully, it yields untold riches. As Ivy's delusions grow stronger and more apocalyptic, Ursula's observations of a filthy, rodent-eating homeless girl -- an urban savage -- lead to an elaborate advertising scheme gone awry that has unexpected consequences.

Donna Reed

A Bio-bibliography

Donna Reed

Donna Reed has been called "America's favorite mother" and her recognition as such has stood the test of time. But before she became known as the ultimate mom on The Donna Reed Show, she was already a veteran film actress with almost 40 films to her credit--including roles in It's a Wonderful Life and From Here to Eternity. This book contains a brief biography, a detailed examination of her work, a listing of reviews of her work and of her awards and nominations, a chronology of major events in her life, and an annotated bibliography of writings from major magazines, fan magazines, books and newspapers.

Talking book topics

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