Dress-Up Mess-Up

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Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Aug 13, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Get out your craft supplies, because the queen of DIY is back! It’s up to Chloe to create the perfect costume—and save the day—in this delightful follow-up to Crafty Chloe.

The Parade of Books has arrived, and it’s Chloe’s chance to showcase her crafty costume talents. Leo wants Chloe to be the Frankenstein to his Dracula, and Chloe can’t wait to dress like a monster. But when Emma wants to wear Fairy Club costumes instead, Chloe is torn like a scrap of fabric. She doesn’t want to disappoint her friends—but how can she possibly please them both? Luckily, a little glitter and a lot of imagination just might give Chloe the answer!

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User Review  - molliewaugh - LibraryThing

I liked this book. Chloe has two friends named Leo and Emma. They all have a school parade coming up, at which they have to get dressed up, in a costume. Chloe had already decided that she wanted to ... Read full review


User Review  - vinniesgrandma - Overstock.com

I bought the first CRAFTY CHLOE book for my granddaughter as they share the same name. This DressUp MessUp is another CRAFTY CHLOE story by the same author and illustrator. It is delightful! Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Kelly DiPucchio is the award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of Grace for President and numerous other books for kids, including the Crafty Chloe books Crafty Chloe and Dress-Up Mess-Up, as well as Zombie in Love. She lives with her husband and three children in Michigan, and you can visit her at KellyDiPucchio.com.

Heather Ross is an illustrator and fabric designer whose crafty creations have found commercial success and a massive online following. She has illustrated the Crafty Chloe books Crafty Chloe and Dress-Up Mess-Up and is also the author of the craft book Weekend Sewing. She grew up in the Vermont countryside and has a tremendous appreciation for nature, which continues to influence her work now that she lives with her husband in New York City. Visit her at HeatherRoss.squarespace.com.

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