1. According to the narrator, why is there a glossary in the back of the book?
The narrator states that her American readers may not understand all of her British terminology, so there is a glossary in the back of the book to look up unfamiliar words.
2. Who is the novel's narrator?
The novel's narrator is a fourteen-year-old British girl named Georgia Nicolson.
3. What are some of the problems Georgia has, which she mentions in the first chapter?
She worries about her body, she doesn't want to go back to school, and her family annoys her at times.
4. What does Georgia learn about happiness from an article she read in her mother's Cosmo?
The article talked about how to remember a bad time, experience the bad feelings associated with it, and then, how to let those feelings go. As a result of the article, Georgia is on a mission to change her life.
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