Crafty Girl: Slumber Parties: Things to Make and Do

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Chronicle Books, Jul 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 120 pages
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New in Chronicle Books' winning series for tweens and teens, Crafty Girl: Slumber Parties answers the critical question: How to host a slumber party that isn't a snore? Here, complete plans for fourteen fabulous themed fetes offer dozens of dreamy ideas for midnight munchies, hilarious games, clever crafts, fun sleepover flicks, and more. Guests will enjoy getting supercrafty at the all-night-long Beadapalooza, the sparkliest party around. The relaxing Bliss-Out Spa Party encourages attendees to chill, with beauty treatments and tasty refreshments fit for a film star. And the creepy Night on Haunted Hill will scare the squeals out of every girl in sight. The ultimate guide to partying in one's PJs, Crafty Girl: Slumber Parties lets any hostess transform an ordinary sleepover into a spectacular slumberama.
 

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Jennifer Traig is a self-professed craft addict and San Francisco-based writer with a PhD in literature. Host to many successful sleepovers in her junior years, including several at which no one cried, she is the author of the Crafty Girl series as well as Judaikitsch (0-8118-3188-4).

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