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WHAT DO OUR DAUGHTERS THINK ABOUT ... DREAM ABOUT .. WORRY ABOUT? JOURNALIST AND AUTHOR KEYSHA WHITAKER'S NEW BOOK OFFERS A FEW ANSWERS...

HICKEYS, HICCUPS & HOMEWORK(TM) A TEENAGE GIRL’S GUIDE -- LIVING AND LOVING
AUTHOR: KEYSHA WHITAKER
WEBSITE: WWW.HICCUPSANDHOMEWORK.COM
PUBLISHER: PUBLISH AMERICA (WWW.PUBLISHAMERICA.COM)
ISBN: 1-4241-8587-4





Our daughters. What do they think about … dream about … and worry about? When they look at themselves in the mirror what image do they see staring back at them? Are they stressed out about homework assignments, getting good grades, fitting in with friends at school, trying out for sports or the school play, studying for their SATs, or being accepted into a top college or university after graduating from high school? What questions do they have about their future . . . about dating . . . about falling in love?

If you are a Father or Mother of a daughter who is a pre-teen or teenager, Hickeys, Hiccups & Homework(TM): A Teenage Girl’s Guide – Living And Loving will help you help your daughter understand and validate her emotions. And if you are a young woman who is a teenager or is about to become a teenager, Hickeys, Hiccups & Homework(TM): A Teenage Girl’s Guide – Living And Loving will help you understand why your life seems to be just one big emotional rollercoaster ride.


Hickeys, Hiccups & Homework(TM): A Teenage Girl’s Guide – Living And Loving is the first in a series of books for pre-teen and teenaged young women authored by award-winning journalist, author, public speaker and entrepreneur Ms. Keysha Whitaker. Through poetry, Ms. Whitaker delves into the hearts and souls of young women who are pre-teens and teenagers and assures them that as they embark upon the journey from childhood to womanhood, it is normal to experience a plethora of worries, fears and emotions. Ms. Whitaker also provides pre-teen and teenaged young women with a journal that accompanies her book and allows pre-teen and teenaged young women to express their emotions, fears and worries through the written word.

Hickeys, Hiccups & Homework(TM): A Teenage Girl’s Guide – Living And Loving is a masterfully crafted boundary-transcending literary work which is recommended reading for fathers, mothers, educators and young women throughout our global village.


D.A. Sears, Managing Editor
IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD®

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