The Girls' Book: How to be the Best at Everything

The Girls' Book: How to be the Best at Everything

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By (author) Juliana Foster, Illustrated by Juliana Foster

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  • Publisher: Buster Books
  • Format: Hardback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 134mm x 194mm x 20mm | 300g
  • Publication date: 22 January 2007
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 1905158793
  • ISBN 13: 9781905158799
  • Illustrations note: Ill
  • Sales rank: 14,837

Product description

This is the ultimate handbook for girls everywhere. Full of great activities, games and things to make and do that will keep girls busy for hours on end, it is perfect for any girl with a sense of fun and adventure. Girls can find out: How to keep a secret diary; how to make the ultimate playlist; how to encrypt your text messages; how to customize your mobile phone; how to customize your clothes; how to set up your own web page; how to do the perfect manicure; how to make a friendship bracelet; how to write a best-selling novel and much more! Entries include step-by-step instructions and diagrams to follow, making it east for girls to be the best!

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Author information

Juliana Foster worked as a non-fiction editor for Headline Book Publishing before becoming a freelance editor and proofreader. She is also the author of three non-fiction books - The Girls' Book (Michael O'Mara), The Christmas Book (Michael O'Mara) and Moan About Men (Headline). She lives in Kent.

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At last, here is a book that no girl should be without; a book that guarantees hours of fun; a book that will encourage girls to turn off the TV and go and do something interesting instead. The Daily Mail A good, fun read for any girl - this book will certainly give your party piece repertoire a boost. Hours of fun. The Sun Boredom will be a distant memory, top stuff! Mizz It makes a pretty good shot at providing the 21st century girl with all they need to know to shine. Families Online

Editorial reviews

This companion to The Boys' Book (September 2007) gives advice on how to do things from the ridiculous to the sublime. The boy's version tells how to escape quicksand, build a raft and fly helicopters. The girls' version teaches them how to do magic tricks, science experiments, garden and solve the popular Sudoku puzzles. They can also learn how to survive alien invasions (follow what movie characters have done), to annoy people in an elevator (meow occasionally), and how to cope after a zombie attack (just avoid getting bitten). This eclectic collection of both useful and silly advice will likely afford plenty of giggles along with handy tips. Illustrations demonstrating specific steps for making kites, doing origami and doing one's hair in a French braid are clear and concise. A fun book for a rainy day or sleepover even if the topics reinforce gender stereotypes. (Nonfiction. 8-12) (Kirkus Reviews)