Read All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully Online Free - We all know that growing up is hard to do, and sometimes the only thing that makes it better are the reassuring words of someone who has walked that bumpy road just a few steps ahead of you and somehow ended up as a fully-functioning adult. Carrie Hope Fletcher is that person.* Thanks to her phenomenally popular YouTube videos, Carrie has become an 'honorary big sister' to hundreds of thousands of young people who turn to her for advice, friendship and, most of all, the knowledge that things will get better.
Carrie has created a safe and positive space for young people to connect and share their hopes and concerns online, and now she will share her most personal thoughts and experiences in her first book, ALL I KNOW NOW. Part memoir, part advice guide, it will include Carrie's thoughts on some of the topics she's asked about most regularly: bullying, body image, relationships and perhaps the scariest question of all: what does the future hold for me? With warmth, wit and a sprinkling of hard-won wisdom, Carrie will provide the essential tools for growing up gracefully . . . most of the time.
*Although she did recently post a video about how to pee in a onesie. So the definition of 'adult' is a bit flexible here . . .
|Title||:||All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully|
|Number of Pages||:||322 pages|
June 10, 2015
Carrie is one of my favorite YouTubers ever.. I truly believe we would be really good friends IRL. So naturally, since this book is all about her and all of her stories, I completely adored this book. Carrie and I are the same age, so (like her) I wish I'd had some of this advice when I was a bit...
April 25, 2015
This is my first non-fiction book, so I'm a little unsure of how to review it! It's Carrie's life after all! But, I did have a few thoughts while reading the book, so while this might not be the most conventional review, I thought, seeing as a lot of people will probably get this book, that it mi...
September 01, 2017
Before I review All I Know Now, I'm really close to reaching 700 followers on my bookish Twitter so please follow me: www.Twitter.com/MarriedToBooks3 and now onto my review!
All I Know Now is written by Carrie Fletcher, the sister of Tom Fletcher from the band McFly which I grew up on and trying n...
August 23, 2015
Carrie Hope Fletcher. The big sister you never had. The sunshine on a rainy day. The master. The 'Hope' to guide the Hopefuls. (that pun is always intended). If you dont love her you're doing something wrong.
This book is a gem. I'm not going to pretend that i didnt already know many of the advic...
February 18, 2015
Being a lucky lucky bookseller, the publisher kindly sent me a copy. It includes a stern warning not to publish any of the text or to put up any pictures of the contents, so no quotes here!
Being an oldish person (36) and very distracted by a toddler and World of Warcraft, I'd not really heard abo...
August 18, 2015
I love Carrie. That is all.
February 25, 2017
Full disclosure: I had no idea who Carrie Hope Fletcher was prior to reading this book. In truth, I can't recall ever hearing her name, even. I picked All I Know Now up from the library on a whim after seeing it, and thinking the cover was cute, and not much more. Here's what I thought this book...
June 22, 2015
Carrie has done it: she has successfully written the unofficial guide on how to be a teenager. And not just a teenager: how to deal with people, dreams, aspirations and more, all in adorable Carrie fashion.
I would like to say that I am a decent teenager. Not trying to be a moralistic knight in d...
September 25, 2015
I've been watching Carrie's YouTube videos for a couple of years now and she's pretty much the ideal big sister that her viewers as well as me see her as.
This book doesn't just give fun anecdotes about Carrie but its one of the biggest comfort reads I've ever had the blessing to read. After fini...
June 10, 2015
2.5 stars, really.
First of all this book was so heteronormative, but I guess it was talking about her experiences to I'll let it slide.
Honestly I think this book could help a lot of people and maybe could have even helped me (probably in the summer between primary school and secondary school. I...