87 Ways to Throw a Killer Party

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Jul 27, 2011 - Young Adult Nonfiction - 192 pages
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Want an excuse to get friends together? Or looking for an idea for a party your friends will never forget? This ultimate party-planning book for teens includes eighty-seven original ideas (and original takes on classic ideas) for great bashes. Inside you’ll find parties of all kinds, such as an Anti-Valentine’s Day soiree, a haunted house party, and a season finale get-together. Also includes party-planning tips, hosting etiquette, and how to avoid typical party pitfalls. Each idea contains some historical background information, a description of what you’ll need, and guidelines of how to set it up. Fun illustrations and safety and money-saving tips included.

 

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Contents

Birthday Parties
15
Halloween Parties
29
Winter Break Parties
39
New Years Eve Parties
51
Valentines Day Parties
57
Prom Parties
67
Graduation Parties
73
Game Nights
81
Crew Bonding Parties
125
Sports and Team Parties
137
TV and Movie Parties
147
Artsy Parties
163
Parties Around the World
173
About the Author and Illustrator
188
Author Acknowledgments
189
Back Cover
193

Summer Break Parties
89
Food Parties
103
Past Era Parties
115
Spine
194
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About the author (2011)

Melissa Daly is a former Seventeen magazine editor and has written for Self, Shape, Men’s Health, Fitness, and others. She is also the coauthor of eight books in a tween nonfiction series on health and relationships called Sunscreen. She lives in New Hampshire.

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