Rebel Girls All Things Friendship

A Guide to Celebrating Old Friends, Making New Ones, and Navigating Sticky Social Situations

Illustrated by Edith Kurosaka
Celebrate old friends, make new ones, and learn how to navigate sticky friendship situations with this fun and helpful guidebook.

Good friends make you laugh until your stomach hurts, support you during tough times, and brighten even the gloomiest of days. But like all relationships, friendships can be complicated. The tricky stuff, like figuring out how to make new friends, navigating group dynamics, and getting through arguments, might have you feeling overwhelmed. This guide to friendship has you covered!

Through quizzes, tips from experts, and stories and advice from girls around the world, you’ll learn:

- How to strike up a conversation with a potential new friend
- Tips for setting boundaries and communicating your feelings
- The ins and outs of getting through a fight
- What to do when you feel left out
- Fun ways to celebrate your friends and more!
Sara Jin Li is an essayist, playwright, and filmmaker based in sunny Los Angeles, California. Her writing has been published in New York Magazine, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Paper Magazine, and more. As an immigrant and a queer woman of color, Sara's artistic work centers marginalized identities. She has written several short films and plays, including Leap of Love (2023)—a satire about ableism—which won the Disability Film Festival and is now premiering at film festivals across SoCal. Sara is also the founder of Heretics Club: a literary salon for creative writers. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at Harvard University.

Camila Rivera was born in Cali, Colombia, and raised just about everywhere else. She is a witch, a wordsmith, and an eternal dreamer. Her work has been featured in online outlets such as Frenshe and GoodGoodGood Co.

All Things Friendship is Camila’s first book and a dream come true. Ever the rolling stone, she splits her time between New Jersey and North Carolina. When she’s not on the move, you can usually find her telling fortunes, singing bad karaoke, and working on her next novel.
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About

Celebrate old friends, make new ones, and learn how to navigate sticky friendship situations with this fun and helpful guidebook.

Good friends make you laugh until your stomach hurts, support you during tough times, and brighten even the gloomiest of days. But like all relationships, friendships can be complicated. The tricky stuff, like figuring out how to make new friends, navigating group dynamics, and getting through arguments, might have you feeling overwhelmed. This guide to friendship has you covered!

Through quizzes, tips from experts, and stories and advice from girls around the world, you’ll learn:

- How to strike up a conversation with a potential new friend
- Tips for setting boundaries and communicating your feelings
- The ins and outs of getting through a fight
- What to do when you feel left out
- Fun ways to celebrate your friends and more!

Author

Sara Jin Li is an essayist, playwright, and filmmaker based in sunny Los Angeles, California. Her writing has been published in New York Magazine, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Paper Magazine, and more. As an immigrant and a queer woman of color, Sara's artistic work centers marginalized identities. She has written several short films and plays, including Leap of Love (2023)—a satire about ableism—which won the Disability Film Festival and is now premiering at film festivals across SoCal. Sara is also the founder of Heretics Club: a literary salon for creative writers. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at Harvard University.

Camila Rivera was born in Cali, Colombia, and raised just about everywhere else. She is a witch, a wordsmith, and an eternal dreamer. Her work has been featured in online outlets such as Frenshe and GoodGoodGood Co.

All Things Friendship is Camila’s first book and a dream come true. Ever the rolling stone, she splits her time between New Jersey and North Carolina. When she’s not on the move, you can usually find her telling fortunes, singing bad karaoke, and working on her next novel.

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