Author who inspired “Mean Girls” to speak at Greenhills School


New York Times bestselling author Rosalind Wiseman, whose book about teen girls, “Queen Bees and Wannabes,” inspired Tina Fey’s movie “Mean Girls,” visits Greenhills on April 17 to speak about the social dynamics that govern the lives of boys and girls.

The event, from 7 to 9 p.m., is open to the public. It will include a public talk, Q&A, and book signing by Wiseman at the Campbell Center, Greenhills School.

Wiseman, who also wrote “Masterminds and Wingmen” about the lives of boys, hopes to help shift the way we think about the emotional and physical well-being of teens.

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