Synopses & Reviews
An edgy coming-of-age tale about sisters, boys, parents, and trouble. THE GEOGRAPHY OF GIRLHOOD is a raw and powerful novel about navigating the vague and angst-filled time between youth and adulthood. Told in verse, the novel follows a girl from ages fourteen to eighteen, exploring first crushes, first dances, first kisses, and the dangers of growing up.
Bursting with painfully accurate and sharply witty observations, a novel written in verse follows a young woman exploring first crushes, first dances, first kisses, and the many other hazards of growing up. Reprint.
A novel written in verse follows Penny Morrow in her transition from middle school to high school as her father remarries, she acquires a new stepbrother, and she experiences her first dance, first kiss, and other hazards of growing up.
Written in verse, this novel follows a girl from ages 14 to 18, exploring first crushes, first dances, first kisses, and the many dangers of growing up.
About the Author
Kirsten Smith first began writing poetry while attending Occidental College but has made a career out of writing screenplays. Her credits include 10 Things I Hate About You, Legally Blonde, and Ella Enchanted.