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Craft It Yourself

Planning Perfect Parties: The Girls' Guide to Fun, Fresh, Unforgettable Events

Learn how to throw a pampering party that will go down in history. Or plan a game night, a costume party, a themed bash with friends, or anything else you dream up! Planning Perfect Parties will fuel your creativity and supply you with tips and techniques to make your next party a can't-miss success.



School Library Journal - Cynde Suite, Bartow County Library System, Adairsville, GA

"It is obvious that the author has planned a lot of successful parties and has thought out each part completely. . . .The themes and activities seem targeted to girls in upper elementary and middle school. A useful and popular addition to most libraries." - School Library Journal

April 1, 2014

Publishers Weekly

"Divided into four sections grouped around party planning, themes, DIY projects, and the big day itself, Jones’s guidebook offers an array of girl-centric projects for young hostesses. . . .Whether readers are in the mood for a spa day–style bash or want to break out fake mustaches and pirate costumes, Jones provides plenty of suggestions and down-to-earth advice." - Publishers Weekly

June 30, 2014



Association of Booksellers for Children (ABC)

Best Books of 2014

August 1, 2014

Jen Jones

Jen Jones

Los Angeles-based author and journalist Jen Jones speaks fluent tween. She has written more than 50 books about celebrities, crafting, cheerleading, fashion, and just about any other obsession a girl in middle school could have — including Planning Perfect Parties: A Girls’ Guide to Fun, Fresh, Unforgettable Events and her popular Team Cheer! and Sleepover Girls fiction series for Capstone. Along with writing books, Jen also covers food, lifestyle and fun for publications including LA Confidential, REDBOOK, San Francisco, Whole Life Times, Thrillist, and many more. She is a graduate and current adjunct faculty member of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.

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