Hilary Duff: A Not-So-Typical Teen

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Simon and Schuster, 2003 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 105 pages

At six years old, Hilary Duff was following in her big sister's footsteps and traveling as a dancer. But she knew that acting was her true passion, and before long the precocious preteen had charted a course for Hollywood. Little Hil wowed fans with her performances in Soul Collector and Casper Meets Wendy, but it wasn't until a television show called Lizzie McGuire that Hilary became a household name. Now this talented teen is destined for success! With a smash hit television show, a new career as a recording artist, and a line of merchandise in the works, Hilary just keeps getting hotter! Packed with trivia, quizzes, and fun facts, Hilary Duff: A Not-So-Typical Teen will give you the inside scoop on all the Duff stuff!
 

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Contents

I Think Im a Regular Kid
1
A Star Is Bom
7
The Soul of an Actress
15
Stepping into Lizzies Shoes
19
Out of Platforms and into a Uniform
32
Saving the World and Other Secret Agent Tricks
38
Lizzie Goes Romein
45
Dozen This Seem Fun?
56
Peer into the Crystal Ball
65
A Lovable Libra
73
Heres Hils Number
78
Words to Live By
83
Fifty Fast Facts
87
Are You a Duff Buff?
92
Hilary Siteings
99
Copyright

A Week in the Life
61

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About the author (2003)

Author Nancy Krulik graduated from Temple University. Before becoming a free-lance author, she was the editor of Scholastic's Hot Dog and Thrills and Chills magazines. She has written over 200 books for children and young adults including biographies of Hollywood's hottest young stars and teen and preteen advice books. She is best known for writing the Katie Kazoo, Switcheroo series and the How I Survived Middle School series.

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