by Tavi Gevinson, editor

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Rookie is an independent online magazine made by and for teenage girls. It was created by Tavi Gevinson in 2011, when she was just fourteen years old; today, about a third of the magazine's staff are teenage writers, photographers, and illustrators. Following the success of last year's print debut, the sophomore year is collected in Rookie Yearbook Two: a second anthology that's just as visually stunning as the first, and filled with even more content. Exclusive celebrity content will include contributions by Judy Blume, Grimes, Lena Dunham, and Mindy Kaling among others, making it a truly special product. The Rookie yearbooks combine personal essays by young girls; advice about style, sex, friends, and school; fashion; gorgeous photo albums; humor and pathos

Irreverent, honest, and wholly affirming, this is a book that teen girls will cherish. School Library Journal
Many books for teenagers encourage independence and self-awareness, but few do so with this much honesty, humor, and style . . . It's a lucky teen who receives this book as a gift, and a smart one who picks it up for herself. Publishers Weekly
In short: [Rookie Yearbook] rules. Bust
'Yearbook' is as impressive as it is inspiring and entertaining. Vice
People seem to recognize that Tavi Gevinson is doing great things for girls. The truth is actually much more impressive: She is doing great things. Adults need not turn to Rookie out of nostalgia or to experience catharsis. Read it because it is singular. Slate
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AuthorTavi Gevinson, editor
Publisher Drawn and Quarterly
Page count352
Trim size10.9" x 9" x 0.9"
Weight2.31 lbs
ContentColor images throughout