Government in America: People, Politics and Policy, Brief Version, Election Update
Pearson/Longman, 2004 - Political Science - 717 pages
Teen and preteen girls love journaling, scrapbooking, taking personality tests, and documenting their exciting and funny memories. Who was their first kiss? What is the one thing they can’t live without? Which classmate is their secret crush? The Fabulous Book of Me!, new from the Ultimate Girls' Guide series, is a one-of-a-kind journal that includes insightful questions, quizzes, games, photo pages, and much more. This book is a wonderful keepsake for girls to look back on over the years.
The Fabulous Book of Me! gives teen and preteen girls a unique opportunity to record their autobiography. This book includes journal space, quizzes, and photo pages for subjects like friends, family, school, crushes and love. Other fun topics include style, personality, and dreams. This book helps girls create a treasured record of their emotions, friendships, hopes, and memories.
All girls will love this fun opportunity for self-expression.
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