Alec Greven

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Alec Greven is a New York Times bestselling child self-help author.[1] His first book, How to Talk to Girls,[2] was published when he was nine years old.[3] He has subsequently published two additional books, How to Talk to Moms, and How to Talk to Dads.[4] He is slated to release his fourth book, How to Talk to Santa, in 2009,[5] and a fifth book, Rules for School.[1]

He appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February, and December 2008 and April 2009, and on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien in December 2008.[6] On February 12, 2009 he also appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.[7]

Greven appeared a second time on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in April 2009 to promote his two new books, How to Talk to Dads and How to Talk to Moms.[8]

How to Talk to Girls[edit]

Greven's first book, How to Talk to Girls, started as an elementary school project and ended up on the New York Times' best sellers list.[1] He wrote the book after observing boys in the playground and their mistakes when talking to girls.[1]

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