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The Girl Guide

By (author) Marawa Ibrahim
Illustrated by Sinem Erkas
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books
Published: 24th May 2017
Dimensions: w 128mm h 197mm d 13mm
Weight: 415g
ISBN-10: 1847809480
ISBN-13: 9781847809483
Barcode No: 9781847809483
Synopsis
Eight times world-record breaking hula-hoop star Marawa Ibrahim was told that she was too chubby during her teenage years to succeed as a performer. Today she is one of the most solicited circus performers worldwide, having worked with fashion power-houses Diesel and Kenzo. Contained within these pages are 50 lessons, anecdotes and stories about the changes Marawa experienced in her own body during puberty, written in consultation with Doctor Janice K Hillman. The first book in a new series about growing up has been written for young girls becoming women, who need not feel alone on their journey to womanhood.

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'Marawa Ibrahim is a world record-breaking hula hooper and circus performer. Who better to explain the changes a girl's body goes though as she grows up?' * The Observer Magazine * 'The first in a series about growing up, this title is packed with hilarious stories and vital info about sweat, periods and body hair.' * The Guardian Best Books Guide 2017 * `An illustrated young person's bible filled with animated advice from record-breaking hula hoop star Marawa Ibrahim. Through the playful designs and photo illustrations of Sinem Erkas, Marawa offers advice on coping with puberty, and how to nurture a positive body image.' --Time Out * Time out London * 'Integrity is the theme of Ibrahim's new book, a manual for centennial girls who are growing up in the hothouse of Instagram likes and sanitised, hairless perfection.' -- The Evening Standard * The Evening Standard *