You Know You're a Glam-Granola Girl If...

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2007 - Humor - 52 pages
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A delightful, illustrated gift book celebrating the glamorously earthy ladies of the world! This bubbly book is a fashionable decoration for home or work and it will keep you captivated with its amusing, inspiring and identifiable content. It is the book that you have to buy for yourself, or for your best friend / mother / sister. BONUS: It includes a "hot list" directory of the coolest G.G. products and companies around! Welcome to the intelligently trendy family of women now known as.Glam-Granola. A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR Right now there are an unexpected many of us out there. We are ultra-stylish in appearance, yet comfortable in our shoes, and our skin. We encourage ecological responsibility, and promote inner peace, as we understand that this is from where external peace grows. We are the ladies who break all molds, and feel elated by, and proud of it. We are intelligent, we are women of substance, and we are quite extraordinary, actually. We are Glam-Granola girls. While working solely as an administrative assistant for The Clean Air Association of the Northeast States, Wendy started a program which aims to create green, healthy and attractive workspaces that foster peace, happiness and productivity. She makes every effort to live a peaceful, fun and toxic-free life. In addition to being our glamorously holistic leader, Wendy is an accomplished vocalist and songwriter ( Wendy's latest proud accomplishment is the completion of her smart and hip gift book entitled; You Know You're a Glam-Granola Girl If. Her Glam-Granola bath & body line is coming soon.

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About the author (2007)

Wendy Roy is an associate professor of Canadian literature at the University of Saskatchewan. She has published a book on women’s travel writing in "Canada, Maps of Difference: Canada, Women, and Travel" (2005), as well as essays on writers Margaret Laurence and Carol Shields, among others.

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