Lukash, F. The Safe and Sane Guide to Teenage Plastic Surgery. YA 617.95 LUK
Contents Body image -- Considering plastic surgery -- When no is the answer -- Moving forward with surgery -- Weighing the cost -- Introduction to procedures -- The ears : the frame of the face -- The face : finding the balance -- Breasts and chests : a delicate balance -- Body contouring -- Skin -- Ethnic surgery : from cultural assimilation to a culture of beauty -- Cutting edge or on thin ice : innovations in teen plastic surgery -- Happy endings and beautiful beginnings.
Stone, T. The Good, the Bad, and the Barbie. A Doll’s History and Her Impact on Us. YA 688.7 STO
"Readers learn about Mattel Toys and the background behind Barbie's concept and development, how it was a solution for girls who wanted to imagine adult roles rather than just play mother, and details about inventor Ruth Handler.
Beever, J. Pavement Chalk Artist. The three-dimensional drawings of Julian Beever. YA 709.73 BEE
More than just traditional flat drawings, the works Beever creates are uniquely three-dimensional anamorphic drawings. They are drawn in perspective and distorted so the subject can be viewed properly only from one particular viewpoint. For those who are standing in the right place, his chalk drawings invite them to step right into the scene or, in the case of the artist's well-known Swimming Pool in the High Street, dive right into the water.
I Can’t Keep My Own Secrets. Six-word memoirs by teens famous and obscure. YA 808.066 I
Everyone has a story to tell about themselves, but few can tell their story in six short words. Six hundred authors between the ages of thirteen and nineteen have done just that. They talk about their sorrows, their fears and their hopes. Some want to talk about their gaming, food, friends and family. From best friends to love, lies and war, it's all in this book. Every life is special and unique and you're going to hear a slice of life from young people in six words, no more no less!