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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Being Audrey Hepburn

Being Audrey Hepburn by Mitchell Kriegman

About The Book:
Lisbeth comes from a broken home in the land of tube tops, heavy eyeliner, frosted lip-gloss, juiceheads, hoop earrings, and "the shore." She has a circle of friends who have dedicated their teenage lives to relieve the world of all its alcohol one drink at a time. Obsessed with everything Audrey Hepburn, Lisbeth is transformed when she secretly tries on Audrey's iconic Givenchy. She becomes who she wants to be by pretending to be somebody she's not and living among the young and privileged Manhattan elite. Soon she's faced with choices that she would never imagine making - between who she's become and who she once was. In the tradition of The Nanny Diaries and The Devil Wears Prada, this is a coming of age story that all begins with that little black dress…

My Thoughts:
This is a great coming of age story. Fun to read, and fast paced. Would make a great stocking stuffer for a teen reader in your life!

About The Author:
Mitchell Kriegman is the author of Being Audrey Hepburn, and a novel called Things I Can't Explain - a modern day sequel to his groundbreaking cult classic 90s Nickelodeon show, Clarissa Explains it All. Kriegman's short stories have been published in The New Yorker, the National Lampoon, Army Man, Glamour, Between C&D, New York Press and Harper's Bazaar. He joined the team of Saturday Night Live as a filmmaker, performer and writer and contributed to the cult classic Mr. Mike's Mondo Video. Mitchell was also the executive story editor of the original Ren and Stimpy. Rugrats, Doug and Rocko's Modern Life. He created the children classics Bear in the Big Blue House, Book of Pooh, and It's a Big Big World and wrote Elmo in Grouchland and has written original screenplays for Rogue, Universal, Disney, Columbia Pictures and others. He is the winner of four Emmy Awards, the Director's Guild Award and an American Film Institute Fellowship as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. Mitchell began his career performing in the dark "An Evening of Stories and Tricks You Won't See Anywhere" and other original performance art works in New York at Dance Theater Workshop, The Kitchen, Franklin Furnace, and throughout the country. His video works are part of The Museum of Broadcasting, Whitney Museum, London Institute among others.

 
 

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