This book comes in a at a right time, keeping in the mind the way todayâ€™s generation is progressing. And by that I mean the over influence of technology, social media influence and more on the kids in todayâ€™s arena.
And number 13 being the semi-teen age every parent nurtures their child in a way that they live up to their expectations. But being mothers we are very protective of our little girls as this is the most sensitive period in a girls life. Right from crush issues to studies to attitude to pms issues a girls faces it all. More than facing itâ€™s like a learning time for them, where they catch up fast on almost everything that they are around.
Writer Sudesna Ghosh helps you out with her book, â€œWhat would I tell her @ 13.â€_x009d_ The book depicts 14 chapters and interviews with 17 well known women personalities form different professions, as they share their views and teachings on various issues. The book shares stories about women who at 13 were as confused about where life would unfold and what lay ahead.
Shikha Uberoi, the young tennis star talks about the day when she was 13 and she learn’t what independence is not about. Malini Agarwal Â shares her story about her first crush and what she felt. Amongst some of the stories Rashmi Uday Singh shared her experence about Being Size 0, Â Tanushree Shankar talks about Choosing Role Models, Â and many more shared their experiences assuring Â you that life is a different game then. The book covers topics and shared experiences on confidence, first crush, friendships, boys vs. girls, kitchen fun and more.
It delves into these issues deeply providing clear views to help the parents out to tackle their teen girls. The stories are interesting and learning, but more than that they are inspiring.