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Kirsten

I had a feeling this is one you might comment on! :) Just the cover sends a disturbing message, I think. I agree that in cases where it's needed, this might really help kids, but the book seems more aimed on Mommy "becoming" beautiful through surgery. Look how excited that kid is! And look how hot the mom is! I'm just saddened and disturbed. And I guess it makes me laugh a little too...until I think again about the serious underlying issues...

Geoffrey Lelia

In this world that we're living in Tricia, true beauty has many faces. On the other side, worth has only one and that is appreciation. I am proud of what my Grandma has become, she used to be unhappy and all but after she has undergone plastic surgery, all those things turned from negative to positive. The family's happy and proud of her.

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