Dubbed by the Guardian as ‘the voice of the MSN generation’, Jellyllie published her first book How Teenagers Think, at the age of 15.
She was inspired to tackle the issue after noticing that all parenting books were written by adults, rather than teenagers, and decided that she was the best person to give parents a real insight into the teenage mind.
In her book she broaches 21 of the most common and problematic subjects parents and their teens face - from sex and drugs to money and school.
Jellyellie also discusses what encourages teenagers to co-operate with their parents and what pushes all their rebellious buttons. How Teenagers Think is the book for parents whose relationships with their teenage kids is fraught, and who find their children hard to fathom. It will help them get inside the teenage mindset and encourage them to understand their kids better.
Copyright Speakers Corner 2016