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All I know now : wonderings and advice on making friends, making mistakes, falling in (and out of) love, and other adventures in growing up hopefully / written and illustrated by Carrie Hope Fletcher.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Greenwood PL - Greenwood TEEN 305.235 FLE (Text) 36626103780409 Teen Non-fiction Available -
Westfield Washington PL - Westfield YA 305.235 Fletcher (Text) 78292000351045 Young Adult Non-Fiction Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781615192946 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 1615192948 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: 336 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The Experiment, [2015]
Subject: Life skills.
Conduct of life.
Teenagers > Life skills guides > Juvenile literature.
Teenagers > Conduct of life > Juvenile literature.
Success in adolescence > Juvenile literature.

  • Baker & Taylor
    The author shares experiences and advice to teenagers on the perils of growing up, including how to make friends, how to deal with bullies, and how to navigate online life.
  • Workman Press.

    “This is a best friend in book form.”—Andrew Kaufman, author of All My Friends Are Superheroes

    Today, Carrie Hope Fletcher is living her dream as an actress and YouTube star. But not long ago, she was trying to survive the many perils of the Teen Age . . .

    • The Rumor Mill: The more a rumor is spread, the farther it gets from the truth. It’s like a giant taffy pull.
    • The Disgusting Business of Falling in Love: I’ve never known something to be so gleefully wonderful and soul-crushingly exhausting.
    • The Twitter-Sphere: If the Internet is starting to crush your soul . . . close the laptop!
    • Bears: Self-explanatory.

    Thankfully, she made it through! And although memories of her struggles, woes, and foibles stick around (as Soul Shrapnel, if you will), they look a little different today, thanks to The Amazing Goggles of Hindsight.

    So, in All I Know Now, Carrie shares, well, exactly that—heartfelt advice and hopeful thoughts on growing up. She just did it herself. She has the stuffed animals to prove it!

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