Good Girl Bad World

Non-Fiction - Womens
114 Pages
Reviewed on 01/26/2018
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Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite

Good Girl Bad World is an in-depth guide for every girl in today’s society, who struggles with low self-esteem, lacks confidence or is being bullied. Alexis Bloomer has cleverly covered every problem, question or anxiety a young girl may face, from dealing with cyber bullies to relationships. Each chapter encourages you to celebrate your differences and gives you permission to be your authentic self. Each chapter covers a different subject and includes small goals for tackling that problem. There are also small mantras at the end of each chapter, entitled Things To Remember, which summarize the content of the chapter in bite-size pieces. The book ends with inspirational stories from successful women who have overcome huge obstacles themselves.

Good Girl Bad World is the best guide book for young girls I have ever read and should be available in schools. I commend Alexis Bloomer for her wonderful insights into life for a young girl today. Each chapter would help any young girl to achieve their greatness. Bloomer encourages the reader to be themselves, she gives them permission to lead the life they want and not follow the crowd, to love who you are and to respect yourself. She reminds us of the destructive nature of gossip and offers really useful steps to deal with bullying and peer pressure. I agree with Bloomer entirely; girls should build a society where they complement each other and stand strong as one. The bullet points at the end of each chapter, in Things To Remember, is a clever idea because the reader can memorize these and refer back when times get tough. I cannot compliment this book enough.