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Grace's Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up (edition 2014)

by Grace Helbig

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Title:Grace's Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up
Authors:Grace Helbig
Info:Touchstone Books (2014), Paperback, 235 pages
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Grace's Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up by Grace Helbig

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(Grace is my spirit animal) ( )
  theliteraryelephant | Aug 11, 2016 |
This would make a good coffee table book for college students. ( )
  racarpenter94 | Jan 27, 2016 |
A hilarious, fun-to-read book.

In the same way that Hannah Hart's My Drunk Kitchen is less of an actual cookbook and more of a fun-filled, joke-riddled, positive outlook on life, Grace Helbig's Grace's Guide is not a traditional self-help book, but is still a very fun and fulfilling read.

Much of the advice is a no-brainer, but is related in a funny way with plenty of humorous anecdotes. The text is sure to make you smile and brighten your day with its optimism even in not so good situations.

Reading this book is like talking to a good friend and is sure to make you feel a little bit better about life.

A lot of the book is just silly, complete with pictures, making for a nice, easy, feel-good read. ( )
  CareBear36 | Dec 20, 2015 |
Entertaining memoir with hilarious tips about growing up. I was new to Grace's work, but I really enjoyed this one. ( )
  bookworm12 | Nov 19, 2015 |
This book is only worth reading if you're fifteen and the greatest conflict you face during the day is the size of your bangs. Fairly immature without the benefit of being funny. ( )
  swati.ravi | Feb 9, 2015 |
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"A tongue-in-cheek handbook for millennials, encompassing everything a young or new (or regular or old) adult needs to know, from surviving a breakup to recovering from a hangover, ... [featuring] interactive elements and exclusive stories from Grace's own misadventures--like losing her virginity solely because her date took her to a Macaroni Grill--and many other hilarious lessons she learned the hard way"--… (more)

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