by Bridgette Booth

Prankster Brow-zing

What’s a 17-year-old girl to do after watching a make-up video? Why prank her boyfriend, of course.

According to BuzzFeed News, Lynette Galvan watched L.A. make-up artist Chrisspy transform herself into Yoda, and decided to copy one of the tricks: the disappearing eyebrow.

Using glue, powder, concealer, and foundation, the teen erased her left eyebrow, snapped a pic, and sent the uneven look to her boyfriend.

When he accused her of editing the picture, she completed the prank by fake shaving the other eyebrow, leaving only shadows of her former brow line.

His reaction to her hairless forehead?


Not a bad response. Not a bad response at all.

You can see her photos and his reaction on Twitter.

This Is Your Kid’s Brain on Fiction

Almost 4 years ago, I blogged about Ali Dent’s literature clubs.

Aaannd. . . .earlier this year, I used our club experience as the setting for THE LITERATURE CLUB PROJECT. (Only 99 cents! Perfect short story read for 9 and up!) <- obligatory commercial

As you can tell, my family has loved being part of a literature club. It blends books and friends, reading and laughter.

lit club 4Since my original post, Ali has helped other parents form their own literature clubs. Last year, she also published a book for parents who want to know how to form their own group.

You can see what THE LIT CLUB is all about if you watch the trailer above. (If you’re a fan of Adventures in Odyssey, you may recognize the narrator.)

And for a limited time, Ali’s book, THE LIT CLUB, is 1/2 price. Now’s the perfect time to explore how a literature club could make a difference in your family’s lives.

P.S. If you just want a taste of what literature clubs offer, you should visit Ali’s website to get a FREE literature club guide to THE HUNGER GAMES.