Saturday, 19 December 2009

The fabulous girls book

Wow! What a super book, and perfect for Christmas presents too! I’m sure girls aged 7-12 years will love this fantastic girly book. It’s crammed with information and tips about how to be the coolest girl in the country and how to really stand out from the crowd.
From cooking scrumptious treats to making your hair curly, there is something for every girl in here! Tips include to wear your hair in a plait on an aeroplane because when you wear a ponytail your hair will go everywhere - it will be uncomfortable when you lean back in your seat. Another tip is examples of some things to put in your hand luggage such as lip balm and hand moisturiser.

My favourite parts of the book are the skin and body treatment pages. This is because they tell you how to make things for your body which should make your skin feel/smell really nice.
Think about it, your kids getting this book for Christmas. The next day they will probably be the most wonderful girls in the land. Picture it, your children holding a designer bag and wearing a home-made tiara. Everyone’s admiring them.
Every girl needs some pampering sometimes, and this book will pamper them! Buy this and your children will love you for it. It will bring a little glamour to their lives.
The Fabulous Girls’ Book is medium-sized, with 127 pages. So what are you waiting for? Get on your feet and get Christmas shopping. Don’t forget this book of course!!! Happy reading!


  1. Dear Jess,

    Do you accept books for review? I have written a book called "Not Ordinarily Borrowable" about a dragon which steals library books. It might be easier for me to email you a copy than post it if you live in London, though, because the books are printed in America. But choose whichever you would like!

    Best wishes,


  2. Thank you please will you email me the book and I will review it. Do you think it would be suitable for a 4 and a half year old? If so I will ask for my brother's opinion too.

  3. I'm afraid I don't have your email address, but if you email me at I will send it to you. I think it would be a little too wordy for most four-and-a-half year olds. On the other hand, I don't know what your brother likes, so he might enjoy it even so.