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The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt: A Novel in Pictures is the gorgeous illustrated book that everyone will want this holiday season!

Here’s your chance to nab your own copy – I have 5 to give away!

About the book

Sometimes you come upon a book that really stands apart – a tale that is so creative and unusual that you actually fall in love with it. That is what will happen when you read Caroline Preston’s new book The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt: A Novel in Pictures, a visually stunning, full-color novel told in the form of a scrapbook.

Pulling from her own extraordinary collection of vintage ephemera and memorabilia, the author of the New York Times Notable Book Jackie by Josie, and two other acclaimed novels, Gatsby’s Girl and Lucy Crocker 2.0, creates the first ever scrapbook novel, transporting us back to the vibrant, burgeoning bohemian culture of the 1920s and introducing us to an unforgettable heroine, the spirited, ambitious, and lovely Frankie Pratt.

In The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt we see an enticing array of flapper-era postcards, letters, magazine ads, ticket stubs, catalog pages, fabric swatches, candy wrappers, fashion spreads, menus, and other memorabilia featured on each and every page. Through these visuals, we meet and follow Frankie on her journey in search of success and love.

Check out sample pages here

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Giveaway copies are provided free of any obligation by Harper Collins. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.