Prom and Party Etiquette By Cindy Post Senning & Peggy Post

Prom and Party Etiquette
Cindy Post Senning & Peggy Post
HarperCollins (2010)
ISBN 9780061117138
Reviewed by Hillary Kreajewski (age 16) for Reader Views (06/10)

There’s nothing more exciting than your teen years. Suddenly, it seems like there’s always something happening – Sweet Sixteens, homecoming, prom, graduation, sporting events, and every social gathering in between. There’s so much to do, so much to see, and so much confusion. What to wear? Who pays? How to throw a good party? It’s all here.

This book is great for any teen looking forward to, but a little intimidated by, high school social gatherings. With all the great details within, any teen should feel prepared after reading this. I would say that this book is mostly aimed at girls, but it does have some information for guys as well, such as tux rentals. There’s nothing that this book hasn’t covered.

So, if you would like to help your favorite teen be just a little more prepared, “Prom and Party Etiquette” would be a good way to go. It’s easy to read, short, and very informative. Don’t be fooled by the seemingly childish cover, this book is meant for teens and is not something to be missed.


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