Perfect Young Women Talk About Body Image by Helen Hines
  

Synopsis

Perfect Young Women Talk About Body Image by Helen Hines

We're all in it together. No one likes the way they look 100 percent of the time - or do they? In Perfect, teenagers talk about what they Love and what they Love to Hate. Full of embarrassment and laughter, moans and complaints, frank advice and revelations, this book is a must-read for all young women. Includes tragic and humorous tales of: *make up and Wonder Bras *acne and braces *tattoos and piercings *dieting and exercise *all skin and bones or fighting the flab? *drop dead gorgeous or a bad hair day? *identity and belonging *rebelling or conforming...

About the Author

Helen Hines is the editor of Family Fallout: Young Women Talk about Family Break-up and is a published travel writer. She has run several writing workshops and now has a regular writing group at Walthamstow School for Girls. She loves painting and also works as an illustrator and muralist.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
140 pages

Author

Helen Hines
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Publisher

Livewire Books for Teenagers an imprint of The Women's Press Ltd

Publication date

1st March 2002

ISBN

9780704349834


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