The girls' book : how to be the best at everything / written by Juliana Foster ; illustrated by Amanda Enright ; edited by Philippa Wingate ; designed by Zoe Quayle.
|Call number:||j646.7 FOS|
|Publisher:||New York : Scholastic, 2007.|
Girls -- Life skills guides -- Juvenile literature.
Handicraft for girls -- Juvenile literature.
Amusements -- Juvenile literature.
Children's literature -- Juvenile literature.
|Online:||Table of contents only|
|Title:||The girls' book : how to be the best at everything / written by Juliana Foster ; illustrated by Amanda Enright ; edited by Philippa Wingate ; designed by Zoe Quayle.|
|Additional title:||How to be the best at everything|
|Edition:||1st American ed.|
|Physical description:||119 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.|
|Contents note:||How to explain why you are late for school -- How to look your best in photos -- How to make a time capsule -- How to host the best sleepover -- How to train a dog to shake hands -- How to make shadow puppets -- How to make sure your sneakers smell really good -- How to save the planet -- GHow to make a kite -- How to write an award-winning haiku -- How to customize a T-shirt -- Hot to deal with bullies -- How to make a frog take the long jump -- How to grow your own tomatoes -- How to travel with just one bag -- How to do the perfect handstand -- How to act like a celebrity -- How to make your own luxury bubble bath -- How to control the weather -- How to make a friendship bracelet -- How to improve your memory -- How to blow the biggest bubble-gum bubble -- How to survive in a horror movie -- How to whistle really loudly -- How to be a natural beauty -- how to make a stained-glass window -- How to execute a spectacular high dive -- How to make sugar mice -- How to make sense while talking nonsense -- How to spot a genius -- How to be a math master -- How to make a bird feeder -- How to make a pom-pom -- How to win a staring contest -- How to turn water into lemonade -- How to convince people you are an animal expert -- How to do a quick card trick -- How to make a chart showing your family tree -- How to annoy people in an elevator -- How to give yourself the perfect manicure -- How to be an autograph hunter -- How to find your blind spot -- how to ice-skate -- How to press flowers -- How to make an icy milk shake without a blender (or ice cream!) -- How to make a camp in the wilderness -- How to groom a horse -- How to annoy your family and friends -- How to keep a message secret -- How to make a fake mess -- How to predict the weather -- How to make an egghead -- How to walk the dog -- How to show off your superhuman strength -- How to make a drum -- How to float a friend -- How to do a sudoku puzzle -- How to follow a friend without being noticed -- How to make a coin disappear -- How to study for exams -- How to create an optical illusion -- How to put together the best dance routines -- How to create a masterpiece with wet chalk -- How to make your own lip gloss -- How to build the best sand castles -- How to strum a guitar -- How to avoid jet lag -- How to cross Niagara Falls on a tightrope -- How to eat with chopsticks -- How to do a split -- How to be the best at languages -- How to survive in the desert -- How to make a French braid -- how to make a compass -- how to find the North Star -- How to keep a secret diary -- How to send a message in Morse code -- How to pet a wild horse -- How to survive an alien invasion -- How to finger knit -- How to be the best at text messaging -- How to persuade your parents to get a pet -- How to win a bet -- How to make a basket -- How to read body language -- How to grow a crystal -- How to make your own bread -- How to be a prima ballerina -- How to make a papier-mache bowl -- How to look after baby chicks -- How to tell what someone is like from their handwriting -- How to cope if zombies attack|
|Notes:||"First published in Great Britain in 2007 by Buster Books"--T.p. verso.|
Enright, Amanda, illustrator.
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