Here's Lookin' At Lizzie: Talkin' About the Sensational Lizzie McGuire...

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Macmillan, Aug 23, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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With a hit show on the Disney Channel and a movie that topped the box office charts, Lizzie McGuire is the girl adored by millions across the country. She's full of personality, she's got fabulous style, and she somehow manages to survive every embarrassing situation that a girl in junior high could possibly face.

Read what others have to say about Lizzie and how they really feel about the crazy world of friends, parents, popularity contests, and crushes that comes along with junior high.

Inside you'll also find fashion, hair, and make-up tips, a biography of Hilary Duff, and advice on everything from knowing who your true friends are to putting up with the fam!
 

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Contents

1 FriendsWho Needs Em Anyway?
1
2 Embarrassing Moments
13
3 My Parents Drive Me Crazy
25
4 Copycats
37
5 The Popularity Contest
43
6 Fashion Smarts
51
7 On Bullies and Bravery
59
8 The Real Hilary Duff
67
9 Some of Our Favorite Scenes
81
10 Speaking of Which
91
11 And the Award Goes to
103
Resources
107
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About the author (2003)

Guen Sublette is a writer and editor in the foothills outside Denver, Colorado. The author of The Book of Days, she balances raising two young children with writing two monthly columns plus occasional features on children's and family issues for Colorado Parent magazine.

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