Nancy Holyoke has had two careers. The first was in New York City, working for The New Yorker and a quirky downtown literary magazine called Wigwag. The second began when she moved to Madison, Wisconsin, to be the founding editor of American Girl®. After leading the magazine to two National Magazine Award nominations, she wrote a half-dozen award-winning titles for the American Girl line of books. In recent years, she’s led a team of writers, artists, and photographers creating over a hundred books and online offerings for early readers at the Rowland Reading Foundation. She has a degree from the Iowa Writers Workshop.
A Smart Girl’s Guide: Manners (Revised): The Secrets to Grace, Confidence, and Being Your Best (Smart Girl’s Guides)
Discover the new and improved guide to all things manners! With updated content and fun illustrations, this title is more relevant than ever. As a comprehensive manners guide, girls will learn proper etiquette for everyday events and tricky social situations. This guide is also filled with great adv...More info →