Get Glitter Girled!

March 15th, 2010

Ladies (and some of you gentlemen). I know what you want.

It’s what we all want. What we’ve all been wanting for some time:

And that’s to get Glitter Girled!

Well, tomorrow, your Glitter Girl dreams will come true:

Just go to your local bookstore (or Target or WalMart) and grab a copy of Glitter Girls and the Great Fake Out (Allie Finkle’s Rules for Girls #5), and Allie will show you how a little glitter can go a long way toward empowering a girl!

I could tell you what happens in Glitter Girls and the Great Fake Out.

Or you could just watch this video where I read you a little snippet! (Don’t worry: it’s short.)

Allie may be in the fourth grade, but her problems are ones girls (and boys) of all ages can relate to:

What do you do when someone you don’t like so much invites you to do something you’ve always wanted to do (such as: Go by limousine to Glitterati, the most amazing store in the world, where all your dreams come true)?

Especially if it means disappointing all of your REAL friends, because you’ve promised to go with them to the Little Miss Majorette Baton Twirling Twirltacular?

(Oh, yes, you heard me: I just said Little Miss Majorette Baton Twirling Twirltacular.)

Obviously, there’s only one answer: You get Glitter Girled!

(And learn a really important lesson about the true meaning of friendship. While kicking some Glitter Girl butt!)

As you saw in the video above, I wore my Glitter Girl glasses for the occasion of reading (and writing) Glitter Girls and the Fake Out.

All my reading glasses glitter because I learned a long time ago that a little bit of glitter in your life goes a long way, especially toward boosting your self-esteem. . . .

. . . Although really it’s what you DO while wearing the glitter that matters.

So get Glitter Girl, and find out the meaning behind the Great Fake Out! Are all Glitter Girls Fake?

Or is the REAL Fake Out the fact that girls who wear glitter are only doing it to give themselves the self-confidence they need to take over the world?

Allie Finkle’s Rules For Girls #5, Glitter Girls and Great Fake Out! It’s got everything you’ve come to love about Allie! All the friends, frenemies, fighting, kittens, annoying little brothers, Allie’s teacher Mrs. Hunter, plus makeovers, baton twirling, limos, lying, a sleepover gone horribly wrong, Cheesecake Factory, and much, much more!

Glitter on.

More later.

Much love,

Meg