4 edition of Bubbles unbound found in the catalog.
Meet Lehigh, Pennsylvania"s own Bubbles Yablonsky - a tube-top-wearing, gum-snapping hairdresser-turned-gun-toting gumshoe. From solving dark crimes to lightening dark roots, this hot sleuth in hot pants has everyone talking.
Originally published: New York : Dutton, 2001.
|LC Classifications||PS3569.T6972 B83 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||400 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||400|
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Things are back in full force again for Bubbles, the hairdresser that looks just like Barbie. You observe inspiring actions, feel contagious passion, and desire to live a better life.
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Who murdered him in the first place is also a question that Bubbles is asking herself. These late high school and early college years are when we should be reading the most. But Bubbles also has an ace up her sleeve; a big secret that could mean that she, at last, could become the journalist she always wanted to be.
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Meri As a a hairdresser it was quite enter to read since there aren't many books written from this insightful position. Meanwhile, the secret and what to do with it is eating away at her. He captures the blood, guts and occasional glory of the Chinese Revolution. Their call to rise above typical teenage behavior inspired me and made me braver, and I began to accept challenges instead of running from them.
She naturally disguises herself as an Amish woman, and antics arise. If you see one missing just send me an e-mail below. So funny! Bubbles is attending decked out in stilettos, hot pants, and a red Wonderbra.
For instance, a color rinse concoction has to be preceded by someone using it in the text. It was released in After flunking almost all of the courses at the local community college, she settles on one thing she's good at: journalism.Nov 02, · Bubbles Unbound (Book): Strohmeyer, Sarah: Convinced there's more to life than giving blue dye jobs at Sandy's House of Beauty, Bubbles Yablonsky has done what few in Lehigh, PA, would dare: she's gone back to school.
And if Bubbles unbound book day gig, journalism classes, and on-the-job training at a local paper aren't enough, there's always her family to liven things up -- from her bottom-feeding, social. Nov 24, · Bubbles Unbound by Sarah Strohmeyer having now finished this book, I would say that Bubbles is a strong enough character to stand up on her own and hold her head high.
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