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Oublie-le Marjo ! - N° 1
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Forget him, Marjo!

Collection “So what's that got to do with it?”

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Oublie-le Marjo ! - N° 1

The real lives of young people told like a novel and explained by a psychologist.

Each book in this collection presents a problem affecting teenagers by means of discussions among four girls: Raphaëlle, Sarah, Jasmine and Giulia. The four close girlfriends guide us through the various volumes, where they compare their points of view on a difficult issue, such as love relationships, friendship, self-esteem, relationships with authority figures, being different, etc. The book's original concept, combining fiction and psychological advice, opens up avenues for reflection and action to give teenagers concrete tools to confront the difficulties and questions in their daily lives...

Forget him, Marjo!

For Marjo, it's H-O-R-R-I-B-L-E. Not only has she been suffering from heartache since her one-night stand with Kevin, she's also begun to receive humiliating texts in the middle of math class...Could she have been so wrong about Kevin's intentions? Was it a mistake to believe in true love? Is it true you can't trust a guy? Luckily, she has girlfriends she can talk about her feelings with!

The books' strong points:
•    The books' concept is original, combining fiction and psychological advice.
•    Dynamic and very realistic stories, with plenty of dialogue.

Also available in the same series:
How do I look? (De quoi j'ai l'air?) See complete product information (French)
Price : 
12.95 $ CAD
Publication date : 
April 2013
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Pages : 
152 pages


Aline Apostolska

Aline Apostolska

Aline Apostolska is a journalist, editor, and French writer and historian by training. She has lived and worked in Montreal since 1998. Her books have won many prizes, including the prestigious Governor General's Award. See full author information (French)

Marie-Josée Mercier

Marie-Josée Mercier

Marie-Josée Mercier trained as a psychologist and criminologist. She has worked as a family psychologist for over ten years. See full author information (French)


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