The Girlfriends' Guide to Parties and Playdates: Conquer the Chaos-- and Have Some Fun While You're at It!

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Berkley Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2003 - Cooking - 272 pages
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This practical guide gives readers all the best Girlfriend-tested tricks-to make playtime and parties as easy as they are fun. Includes... The best ideas for angst-free at-home fetes and off-premises extravaganzas No fail game and craft ideas-for any theme Affordable alternatives to junk-filled goody bags Age-specific suggestions for can't-miss gifts Save-the-day stuff to stash in your cupboard for instant fun, any time Playdate success secrets S.O.S. strategies for when you're too tired to move

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Vicki Iovine is the mother of four teenage children. Since the success of "The Girlfriends' Guide to Pregnancy", she has gone on to write several books in the Girlfriends' Guide series, has lent her expertise in columns for the "Los Angeles Times" and "Child" magazine, and has served as a relationships correspondent for "Redbook". She has also been a parenting correspondent on the "Today" show, "Oprah", and "The View". Vicki lives in Los Angeles with her children and husband, Jimmy Iovine.

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