Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, offers incredible words aimed at the hearts of teenage girls everywhere. This collection is virtually an emotional appeal to young women to be content and happy with who and what they are, and to not listen to anyone who suggests that they be less than satisfied simply because they are girls. This book can serve as a quick silent read from cover to cover, or as a selection of monologues and poetry women and girls can choose to voice aloud to an appreciative audience. Either way, the words are true and beautiful.
*My only less-than-positive thought about this collection is the extraordinary lack of balance between heterosexual and homosexual love and relationships. This is a celebration of girls, but doesn't necessarily acknowledge the beauty of difference, choice, acceptance found in lesbian and "traditional" relationships.
Recommended to all girl readers from all walks of life!
Reviewed by kate the librarian.