Fashion Frenzy
  • Fashion Frenzy
  • Fashion Frenzy
ISBN: 0448455447
EAN13: 9780448455440
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 27, 2011
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 0.4" H x 7.5" L x 5" W
Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

Frannie is in a mother-daughter fashion show Mrs. Miller can't wait - but Frannie isn't as excited. Frannie feels that being a designer for the show would be much more workerish than modeling. But no one appreciates Frannie's fashion sense and she is quickly taken out of the show. But as neither a model nor a designer, can Frannie still find a way to shine?

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   Love it!
I loved this book so much, I think you should get it. So good, awesome, cool, I loved it.
   Great series!
My 8 year old daughter loves reading books and can't wait for new ones. The series are very funny and entertaining for parents.
   Rutgers University Project on Economics and Children
Frannie Miller is determined to find the perfect office job despite her most recent job- search fiasco. Frannie immediately sees the opportunity to find the right outfit for the office when she learns that her school is holding a fashion show to raise money. Frannie is asked to model a design that does not match her personality, so she goes to extraordinary lengths to alter the look. Will the fashion show go on despite Frannie's shenanigans? This newest addition to the Frankly, Frannie series gives parents and teachers another chance to talk with their children about job searches and different occupations. Frannie needs to continue her job search until she finds a job that best matches her skill set, because her decisions have consequences for people around her.