It's hard enough being a girl on the brink of puberty without dealing with a barrage of mixed messages about femininity. From self-image to peer pressure, consumerism to feminism, girls have a lot to grapple with. This volume looks at issues relating to gender identity and how girls can cope with the conflicts that arise when we question what it means to be female.
About the Authors:
DIANE PETERS has written extensively about health, women's, and parenting issues and teaches magazine writing at Ryerson University. She lives in Toronto with her husband and daughter. She has written several books in the Deal With It series.
STEVEN MURRAY is an award-winning, Toronto-based illustrator and a graduate of Sheridan College's prestigious Interpretive Illustration program. His unique blend of humour and art has been consistently on display in publications such as The Globe and Mail, National Post and The Toronto Star.