Rookie: Yearbook One Paperback – Sep 4 2012
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About the Author
Tavi Gevinson is the editor and founder of ROOKIE. She lives in Oak Park, Illinois, with her family and many piles of candy-bar wrappers. She attends high school, edits Rookie and sings in a band.
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Oh, and lots of very bright and insightful writing by some powerful young women, women like us. No, we aren't teen age girls anymore but we will forever be trying to untangle the knot that was adolescence. Still tear up when hearing Adele's Someone Like You when you're alone in the car? Still secretly drawn to glitter? Still try on those platforms at TJ Maxx when no one is looking?
This book is for you.
And a word to the publishers, activate the "look inside" function--I think if people could see the table of contents they would get really interested.
In addition to the fantastic writing, Rookie also has an impeccable eye for design. The Photography is always incredible and creative. Fashion and Makeup are covered in a fun way with confidence being the only requirement. The new layouts made especially for the book are also incredibly stylish without detracting from the text.
Probably the best thing about having Rookie in physical format is that now I can carry it with me and secretly read it in class while pretending to do homework, just what I need to get me through high school.