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April 1997
In eighty colour photographs and interviews with children and their parents, photographer and Los Angeles native, Lauren Greenfield exposes the realities of growing up too fast in a culture that is irresistible and unforgiving.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Superb In Every Respect 23 Dec 2007
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From the Introduction by Carrie Fisher, the extraordinary photographs by a young photographer, Lauren
Greenfield (whose subsequent work more than justified our excitement over this book), to the afterword
by Richard Rodriquez, who unfailingly expresses in the most sparse and articulate prose, the exact phrase
to describe what we all wish we had the power to think and say, this is a book of both accomplishment
beyond her years, and the promise of extraordinary work in the future.

Buy it. Read it and review the images many times. It only gets better with each insight gained from picking
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