Sexy Girls: How Hot Is Too Hot?

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Baker Publishing Group, Mar 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Every teenage girl wants to be sexy--she wants to be noticed, to be attractive. But what is "sexy," really? Do teen girls know what they are saying about themselves by the way they dress? Popular author Hayley DiMarco wants to help them figure it out.

Sexy Girls is an honest and provocative look at everything sexy--from clothes and self-presentation to body image. With her approachable style and wit, Hayley shows teen girls

- why little things called hormones affect the way guys look at girls
- what girls are really saying by the way they dress
- what God thinks about teens trying to be sexy

With quizzes, sidebars, and questions for reflection, Sexy Girls is the perfect opportunity for girls to figure out who they are and how they are going to present that image to their peers.

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User Review  - His servant - Christianbook.com

The author chalenges young girls about what they wear and makes a point to call certain things sin, but without some brotherly advice from a born-again man she may read the book with an ego and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sheila Brower - Christianbook.com

This book was tastefully written and very helpful in making God's standards concerning christian modesty and thoughtfulness understood without feeling judgmental. I liked the author's straight ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Hayley DiMarco has written and co-written several best-selling books, including Dateable, Mean Girls, and Mean Girls All Grown Up. Hayley has spoken at conferences like Women of Faith and helps organizations like Injoy and Precept Ministries communicate with postmodern readers through her company, Hungry Planet. Hayley and her husband, Michael, live in Nashville, Tennessee.

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