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Let's Have a Party

Let's Have a PartyLet’s Have A Party
Various Designers
Edited By Laura Scott and Bill Stephani
Gifted by Creative Girls Club
Reviewed by Maria Nerius

You name it and this book has it for the person who wants to plan a party that young girls will enjoy and remember for years to come. There is food, games, activities, crafts, and more. I liked this book because it wasn’t just written for an adult to read and use, but also in a way that a young girl could pick it up, get some ideas, and complete a snack, game, or craft on her own.

Parties include: Karaoke Music, Retro, Slumber Fun Sleepover, Spa, Girlfriends, Sweet Shoppe, Fairy Dance, Ballet Dance, Penguin, Glamour Girl, Let’s Get Crafty, Swim, Scrapbooking, Flower Power, Artist, Pony, and more. Plus a few holiday parties were included: New Year’s, Valentine’s, Bunny, Candy Corn Costume, and Secret Santa. Over 174 pages of ideas, meals, snacks, desserts, beverages, crafts, patterns, and even some edible clay! This book is overflowing with fun.

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