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The four best friends, who are seven-year-old girls, are super excited about the start of summer Their adventure begins with getting out of school and talking about a pink sleepover. But things do not run smoothly when nine-year-old Kiki, the rival girl, gets in the way by uninviting the girls to a famous fashion show. When she mentioned, "But of course you're not invited. ...more
Perfect Paperback, 88 pages
Published December 11th 2009 by TINTINATIE (first published November 30th 2009)
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Debbie
Summer vacation had just started while the wind listened to a group of friends (Sokron Blossom, Meeka Venya, Jonsy Jipsy, Nina Key), all seven (7) years old, discussing their summer plans, a new one was presented to them. They wanted to be a part of the big fashion show, but the problem was they needed a five (5) member team to enter. They were only four (4), but as they were trying to figure out how to fix it, Sokron’s dog, Dogon, took off with the rules for entering. Chasing him down they foun ...more
Laura
This book is written and illustrated by ten-year-old Natalie Tinti, a girl with a bright and very colourful imagination. Tinti creates a fantasy world where the wind speaks and little seven-year-old girls sew and together produce a fantastic outfit for a fashion show. The theme is centered on the value of friendship, and we are introduced to four unique girls who befriend Kiki, “the meanest girl on the planet” to include her on their team as they prepare for the show.

As a writer myself, I was im
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Recently, we were given the opportunity to review a book written by a young author. When we received it, I noted how beautifully done it was. While often the case - we see beautifully written and illustrated books all the time - but how often do they originate from a 10-year-old? "Sewing a Friendship", written by a creative and talented young girl named Natalie Tinti is such a book.

The book formed in Natalie's mind from her own experience when she noticed that many of her clas
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Majanka
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First of all, Natalie Tinti wrote and illustrated this book when she was barely nine years old which, in itself, is quite an accomplishment. The book is very adequate for seven to ten year old kids. It’s about four best friends who each have a rather unique name who wonder how they’re going to spend the summer holidays. The girls are each very different. There’s Meeka, who’s a bit of a brainiac and who enjoys solving difficult ma
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Lenore Webb

"Sewing a Friendship" by Natalie Tinti showed up in the mail this last week. It is a lovely book for that preteen girl in your life. For many reasons including a good story line, bright illustrations and a quick read. (It seems that the day is so full for the girls I know.) But there is something that makes this book really special.

Natalie Tinti wrote and illustrated this book. Ok, I know many people are talented and can do just that. But are they only 10 years old? Yes! At 10 Natalie has become
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Olga Tinti
Joyful story with amazing colorful pictures where friendships are develop when you have the courage to include others is a Silver Winner in 2009 by Readers Favorite, written and illustrated by 10-years-old Natalie Tinti.
Ruth
An interesting book written by a child. My granddaughter will be getting this one for Christmas!
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Jan 30, 2010 Natalie Tinti rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
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Jan 30, 2010 Natalie Tinti rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Jan 30, 2010 Natalie Tinti rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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Natalie Tinti wrote and illustrated her first book, Sewing a Friendship, at age ten.
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