Amazing You: Face and Hand Reading

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Hachette Children's Group, Jan 5, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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"I've always hated my nose. The way it looks, and the fact that it's so big. When I was little I'd do drawings of smiling faces with no noses. My parents and teachers would always remind me to draw the nose, but I never did. The way I see my nose has changed since I started face reading. If only I'd known sooner that having a long nose is pretty cool." - Sarah, 12

You can learn the most amazing things by simply using your face and hands (and a little help from this book). You see faces everyday but do you really look at them? Face reading helps you to analyse every feature, line and shape and work out what they say about your personality, relationships and future destiny.

Hand reading, or palmistry, is another brilliant way to find out all about you and your friends and family. By looking at your whole hand, fingers and thumbs, and lines on your palms you'll see just how useful and informative hand reading can be in your everyday life.

Face and Hand Reading shows you how you can change your life by discovering just how incredible and unique you are. It is part of our stunning new Mind Body Spirit series for teenage girls - Amazing You.

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About the author (2012)

Theresa Cheung was born into a family of psychics, astrologers and numerologists. She gave her first public numerology reading at the age of fourteen, and has been involved in the serious study of the psychic arts for over twenty years. As a former English secondary school teacher and health and fitness instructor Theresa has worked with many young adults. She contributes regularly to women`s magazines, such as Red, She and Here`s Health, and is the author of over twenty health, popular psychology, humour and New Age books including Dreams, Numerology and Face and Hand Reading in the Amazing You series.

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