Girl with Glasses: My Optic History

deMarissa WalshIllustrateurJason Logan

24 octobre 2006|
Girl with Glasses: My Optic History de Marissa Walsh


Marissa Walsh's hilarious look at a life behind glass is both a poignant personal journey and a wry, insightful exploration of just what it means to be a glasses-wearing kind of girl.

Being a Girl with Glasses isn't just a style choice; it's a way of life. If you've ever had your specs steam up when walking into a bar, squinted into the sun on the soccer field, or laid eyes on a new haircut only after your locks are strewn across the floor, you know what it's like to be a GWG.

Marissa Walsh has worn glasses since third grade. Now—ten pairs of glasses, one pair of prescription sunglasses, and endless pairs of contacts later—she has fully embraced her four-eyed fate. As she recounts her optic history through the lenses of each pair of glasses—from the Sergio Valentes and the Sally Jessy Raphaels to the pseudo John Lennons and the dreaded health plan specs—at last she found them...the perfect pair.

Peppered with pop culture references and complete with appendixes of resources, classic GWG moments, and helpful tips on finding the right frames for your face, Girl with Glasses will give you reason to commiserate with your short-sighted sisters and celebrate your less-than-perfect vision.

Titre :Girl with Glasses: My Optic History
Format :livre numérique Kobo
Publié le :24 octobre 2006
Publié par :Gallery Books
Langue :anglais
Convient aux âges :Tous les âges
ISBN - 13 :9781416938736

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