Ask Elizabeth

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Ask Elizabeth

Real Answers to Everything You Secretly Wanted to Ask about Love, Friends, Your Body... and Life in General

By Elizabeth Berkley; Headcase Design (Designed by); Greg Lauren (Designed by)

G. P. Putnam's Sons, Paperback, 9780399254499, 234pp.

Publication Date: March 22, 2011

A teen girl's guide to life, love, friends, and growing up, in an intimate diary format from "Saved By the Bell" star and popular teen spokesperson Elizabeth Berkley.
"Ask Elizabeth" is the complete guide to teen life; the last and only self-help book they'll ever need. Drawn from the many workshops Elizabeth Berkley has conducted with teen girls across the country, "Ask Elizabeth" brings these revealing and intimate conversations to life on the page.
Much like a private diary, the book is a personal resource that girls can turn to when they seek answers to teen life's toughest questions. It contains real and practical advice, anecdotes, and Elizabeth's own life lessons in answer to frequently asked questions from Elizabeth's workshop, such as: "What do you do when you look in the mirror and don't like what you see? or How do you get a guy to know you're alive?"
Along with a panel of experts, Elizabeth advises teen girls in matters of sex, nutrition, fitness, body image, personal relationships, and more.

About the Author
Elizabeth Berkley is an accomplished actress who has appeared on television, in film and on Broadway. She recently recurred on CSI: Miani for two seasons and her numerous other credits include Any Given Sunday and The First Wives Club. She is still recognized for her starring role in the teen hit comedy Saved By the Bell, which thanks to television syndication has made her an admired favorite amogst a whole new generation of teen girls. Now Elizabeth is making connections with her big sister-style of communication with these girls through Ask Elizabeth, her not-for-profit organization that includes self-esteem workshops, and a thriving website that have tranlated into a nationwide movement. This journey has inspired Ask Elizabeth, her first book for teen girls. She was a featured contributor on, bridging the communication gap between mothers and daughters. Elizabeth is married to artist Greg Lauren. They divide their time between New York City and Los Angeles.