The Girls Book of Glamour: A Guide to Being a Goddess
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The Girls Book of Glamour: A Guide to Being a Goddess

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by Sally Jeffrie
     
 


Being a glamour goddess has never been so easy!

Transform yourself from drab to fab with this nifty guide to all things glamorous! Whether you want to have the shiniest hair or convince people you're a celebrity, this book will show you how! Being a glamour goddess has never been so easy.

Inside this handy guide you'll find instructions on how to host a spa

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Being a glamour goddess has never been so easy!

Transform yourself from drab to fab with this nifty guide to all things glamorous! Whether you want to have the shiniest hair or convince people you're a celebrity, this book will show you how! Being a glamour goddess has never been so easy.

Inside this handy guide you'll find instructions on how to host a spa party, create your own style, exit a limo gracefully, make your own body glitter, persuade your best friend to lend you her clothes, put on a fashion show, make your own jewelry box, and much, much more!

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Children's Literature - Jean Boreen
This guide to glamour—with its bright pink cover—is a combination of sensible as well as more far-out suggestions to girls about how to be glamorous and what that means. More than 100 chapters are featured, ranging in page lengths from a half page to three pages. Some of the more practical chapters focus on "How to Get the Shiniest Hair Ever," "How to Take Care of Newly Pierced Ears," or "How to Clean Your Makeup Brushes," while the more unorthodox—and usually more humorous sections—explain to how to "Air Kiss," Bathe Like Cleopatra," or "Convince People You're a Hand Model." My in-house 12-year-old "glamour girl in the making" gave this book a thumbs-up, and I suspect others like her will have the same reaction. The humor is gentle and appropriate throughout and there are a variety of solid tips that may well aid tweens in particular as they shift from childhood to adolescent "glamourhood." The illustrations—pen on paper—are realistic and typically show aspects of how some of the advice might look when completed ("How to French Braid Your Hair"). This is a fun and fast read for girls looking for helpful hints. Reviewer: Jean Boreen, Ph.D.
School Library Journal

Gr 6-10

Here are 97 nifty tips (with a few tongue-in-cheek how-tos thrown in) for becoming your own fierce self. The text is similar to Juliana Foster's The Girls' Book (Scholastic, 2007) but is entirely focused on lifestyle, health, and beauty. Each entry has simple instructions accompanied by entertaining illustrations. This upbeat and amusing style guide adopts a hip tone for the tween and young-teen set. Particularly enjoyable entries include "How to Eat Spaghetti Like a Real Italian," "How to Customize Your School Uniform," "How to Convince People You're a Hand Model," and "How to Lip-synch Successfully." Jeffrie's snappy writing and Ryan's great line drawings and stylish design make Glamour an easy, breezy read that will help girls become fashion forward.-Elaine Baran Black, Georgia Public Library Service, Atlanta

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545085373
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
01/01/2009
Series:
Best at Everything Series
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
153,301
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

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