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Kiss
A Girl’s Guide to Puckering Up

Kiss (February 2010, Zest Books; $9.95 US; 128 pages, two-color illustrations; paperback; ISBN-13: 978-0-9819733-0-2) unlocks the deeper mysteries of making out. Inside are pages about how to kiss, where to kiss, and what compels us to kiss in the first place. Also included are tips on good kissing foods, bad kissing fixes, and how to deal with the long, lonely days of waiting for that next (or first) kiss. Tell-all quotes from real teens, quizzes and checklists, cute illustration and plenty of humor make Kiss as entertaining as it is informative.

Kiss
is a perfect gift for the young romantic, the new or soon-to-be dater, or anyone who wants to know more about the art – and craft – of puckering up
For more information, review copies, author interviews, excerpts or images, please contact Zest Books publicity department at 415.777.8654 or publicity@zestbooks.net.

Kiss
A Girl’s Guide to Puckering Up

by Erin Elisabeth Conley
February 2010; $9.95 US;
128 pages; two-color illustrations; paperback original
Ages 12+, Teen nonfiction
ISBN-13: 978-0-9819733-0-2

Erin Elisabeth Conley is a freelance writer and editor who splits her time between Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Los Angeles, California. She is also the author of Zest Books’ Crush: A Girl’s Guide to Being Crazy in Love; Dumped: A Girl’s Guide to Happiness After Heartbreak; Uncool: A Girl’s Guide to Misfitting In; and Crap: How to Deal with Annoying Teachers, Bosses, Backstabbers, and Other Stuff That Stinks.