January 20th, 2018
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THE NIGHT MARKET

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Also by Anna Wallner:

The Shopping Bags, August 2005
Hardcover

Also by Kristina Matisic:

The Shopping Bags, August 2005
Hardcover

The Shopping Bags
Anna Wallner, Kristina Matisic

A hip and thrifty shopping guide that combines the usefulness of Consumer Reports with the fun and flair of the hit TV show The Shopping Bags.

Tips, Tricks, and Inside Information Make You a Savvy Shoppe
Dutton
August 2005
245 pages
ISBN: 0525948872
Hardcover
$19.95
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Appealing to the people who bought bestsellers like the Lucky Shopping Manual or Don’t Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me, this witty guide will teach you how to recognize deceptive marketing tactics and shop wisely—be it at the mall, the grocery, the drugstore, or even at an electronics superstore. Whether you are shopping for lipstick or lawn mowers, you’ll learn exactly what to look for before you buy. Including plenty of entertaining sidebars and tips from the likes of Jamie Oliver (on food) and Donatella Versace (on fashion), The Shopping Bags is the perfect accompaniment to any shopping trip.

Did you know: o Your expensive designer lipstick may have been made at the same factory as a more affordable drugstore brand? o Words like "dermatologist approved" and "noncomedogenic" are not regulated— manufacturers can use them any way they want.

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