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Just what does it mean to be a girl? Why is it not like being a boy? And why is that a good thing?
Guardian columnist Lucy Mangan lifts the lid on being female. From your place within the family ('It's a girl! What a pity!') through the intricacies of what not to wear and who not to talk to, everything you need to know about losing your virginity, how to get along with your mother and get ahead in the workplace, this is a full and frank account of how it really is different for girls.
This is a book for readers of How to Walk in High Heels and Where Did It All Go Right? Part memoir, part journalism, it's a romp through all things female.
About the Author
Lucy Mangan was educated in Catford and Cambridge. She spent two years training to be a solicitor, then left the law as soon as she qualified. She took a placement with the Guardian in 2003 and hung around until they gave her a job. She has been a columnist and features writer there for the past two years, and has just moved to the Guardian Weekend magazine.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 1st October 2007
Dimensions (cm): 20.320 x 15.570 x 2.591
Weight (kg): 0.409