From School Library Journal
Grade 5–8—Basic information in hi/lo format. Chapters in Fashion
address learning to create clothes, how designers work, and "The Show and the Store," while those in Hairstyles
cover history, hair care, and creating styles. Photographs in Fashion
are poorly reproduced and the design lacks pizzazz. Despite a photo of May 2008 glossy fashion magazines, the book looks dated. Hairstyles
features marginally related images, such as of products and one of hair brushing, as well as images of styles. Neither title is engaging enough to draw anyone seeking a pleasure read, and there is not enough information for reports.—Elaine Baran Black, Georgia Public Library Service, Atlanta
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