The Time-Traveling Fashionista at the Palace of Marie Antoinette (#3)
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Louise Lambert's best friend's thirteenth birthday party is fast approaching so the most important question on her mind is, of course, "what am I going to wear?!" Just in time, she receives yet another invitation to the mysterious traveling vintage fashion sale. As Louise slips on a lavish antique gown, she finds herself back in time once again...and speaking French? Swept up in the glory of palace life, fancy parties, and enormous hair as a member of the iconic Marie Antoinette's court, Louise finds that this time she's not alone in her time-travels, and between cute commoner boys and trips to Paris for custom-made couture, Louise must keep her head on straight as she races against the clock to get home. Professional fashion illustrator Sandra Suy is on board once again to fill the pages of this second Time-Traveling Fashionista novel with eye-catching full-color illustrations of the era's sumptuous styles.
A gorgeous antique evening dress magically transports a precocious seventh-grader into the Marie Antoinette era in this second time-traveling historical fiction adventure for fashion-loving tweens. Now in paperback!
""The Time Traveling Fashionista" had me under its spell from the first page. It whisked me back in time to an era of impeccable manners, glamorous people, and of course, gorgeous clothes. Debut author Bianca Turetsky has begun an amazing new series."--Joanna Philbin, author of the Daughters series on "The Time-Traveling Fashionista On Board the Titanic"
After graduating from Tufts University, Bianca Turetsky began work for the artist/filmmaker Julian Schnabel where she has been running his studio for the past eight years and was an assistant on the Academy Award nominated film, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly. She currently lives in a cozy studio apartment in Brooklyn Heights, New York, that houses her very extensive and much loved vintage collection. The Time-Traveling Fashionista at the Palace of Marie Antoinette is her second novel in this stylish series.