Earth Hates Me (Hardcover)
True Confessions from a Teenage Girl
Running Press Kids, 9780762462605, 288pp.
Publication Date: October 3, 2017
Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (10/2/2017)
The definitive guide to being a teen in the modern age, with sage advice from a modern teenager and appealing to fans of Rookie.
Earth Hates Me presents a look inside the mind of the modern teenager--from a modern teenager's perspective. Sixteen-year-old Ruby Karp addresses the issues facing every highschooler, from grades to peer pressure to Snapchat stories, and unpacks their complicated effects on the teen psyche.
Ruby advises her peers on the importance of feminism ("not just the Spice Girls version"), how to deal with jealousy and friend break-ups, family life, and much more. The book takes an in-depth look at the effect of social media on modern teens and the growing pressures of choosing the right college and career. Amy Poehler says, "This book is filled with juicy young person wisdom."
With Ruby's powerful underlying message "we are more than just a bunch of dumb teenagers obsessed with our phones," Earth Hates Me is the definitive guide to being a teen in the modern age.
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Praise For Earth Hates Me: True Confessions from a Teenage Girl…
"This book is filled with juicy young person wisdom."—Amy Poehler
"My sixteen-year-old self beamed in retroactive solidarity reading Ruby Karp's hilarious and insightful Earth Hates Me."—Natasha Lyonne, actress
"Ruby is one of the most intelligent, observant, and daring teens I've ever met. Knowing young women like her exist gives me hope for the future."—Sasheer Zamata, actress and comedian
"I hate Ruby Karp because at 16 she is more emotionally in touch, grounded, and funnier than I am as a full grown adult."—Paul Scheer, actor and comedian
"Karp's conversational narrative is positive, direct, and embedded with a confidence that will appeal to like-minded youth. A thoughtful blend of encouragement and entertaining personal stories."—-Kirkus Reviews
"Ruby's book was adorable, cute and very relatable."
—-Lola Tash and Nicole Argiris, My Therapist Says