Idol Girls: What's Your Obsession?

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Baker Publishing Group, Sep 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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From Paris Hilton and Britney Spears to ipods and video games, teen culture is full of obsessions. Obsessions that have become a way of life. Whether it's cell phones or boys, grades or body image, girls are easily consumed by people and things that have become gods in their lives. Idol Girls speaks directly to the hearts of teenage girls who are suffering mental, emotional, and spiritual fallout as a result. In typical Hungry Planet form, Hayley offers girls a straightforward, in-your-face look at the obsessions that draw them away from God. Idol Girls exposes both good things (relationships, exercise, religion, eating, cleanliness) and bad things (self-condemnation, cutting, sex, addiction) that can take the place of God. Pulling no punches, Hayley calls teens to take a serious look at who--or what--is the Lord of their lives.

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User Review  - Hansen - Christianbook.com

The style of writing in this book is not for everyone (there is a lot of overdone lingo that just makes you laugh sometimes, which takes away from the book). With that aside, the content was ... Read full review

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I thought this had relevant issues and challenges to discuss with preteens and teenagers. Hayley handles matters in a very frank and straightforward way and while pulling out scripture to back up her ... Read full review

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Hayley DiMarco is chief creative officer and founder of Hungry Planet, where she writes and creates cutting-edge books that connect with the multitasking mind-set. She has written and co-written numerous bestselling books for both teens and adults, including Dateable, Mean Girls, Sexy Girls, and Technical Virgin. Hayley has also spoken at conferences like Women of Faith. She and her husband, Michael, live in Nashville, Tennessee.

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