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How to Quinoa: Life Lessons from My Imaginary Well-Dressed Daughter Hardcover – June 24, 2014
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"Tiffany has the most hilarious and creative imagination, and it shines in this book. Quinoa and her band of wittily named friends are my favorite ensemble cast."
"--Allie Hagan, author of Suri's Burn Book"
"I want to babysit Quinoa so I can raid her closet when I put her down for a nap."
"--Babe Walker, author of White Girl Problems"
"How to Quinoa is brilliant and hilarious. Snark and satire at its best."
"--Bunmi Laditan, author of The Honest Toddler: A Child's Guide to Parenting"
PRAISE FOR "My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter" PINTEREST Board
"Pinterest page My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter parodies the fashion industry in the most adorable way possible."
"Amazing captions. We are all better for it."
"My favorite Pinterest site."
"A hilarious new viral Pinterest board creates a story to go with all those overly aspirational kids' fashion photos."
"The fantastic life of a fictitious daughter."
."..a gem...that reads like the next big meme."
--NY Mag/The Cut
."..Quinoa, the imaginary hipster toddler taking over Pinterest, is officially my new obsession."
"My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter is the definitive best Pinterest board. Pinterest, you've been defeated."
"I recently became obsessed with this Pinterest board My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter. It follows Quinoa, the trendiest kid you'll ever (not) meet."
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I started to devour it immediately when it arrived. But it's taken me a few weeks to write this review because the book disappeared at my house before I could finish it: Co-opted by greedy family members anxious to Live Like Quinoa and unlock her many lessons.
I was ticked to have my book stolen, but luckily the transgression paid off: My family is has gone from sartorially-challenged to sartorially-gifted. Bless you, Tiffany, for sharing Quinoa's inspiring story! My family is transformed!
Although this book is based on the popular pinterest board "My Imaginary Well-Dressed Toddler Daughter", you don't need to be a follower of her board to enjoy it. In fact, unlike the pinterest board, "How to Quinoa" delves into the mind of Quinoa, offering up her sage advice, fabulous life lessons, and pre-embryo fashion sense; she's ridiculously wonderful!
Ms. Beveridge is perhaps one of the smartest writers I've read in quite some time. She did an awesome job of weaving together high fashion photos with laugh-your-ass-off captions and hilarious stories. I can only hope that this is her first of many books!
Quinoa is the modern version of an Eloise, although
Quinoa is totally into fashion and Eloise was totally
into "her" New York hotel!
I laughed and laughed and was terribly gratefully that
she was not my real daughter.