In typical Tavi style, Rookie Yearbook Two is an effortlessly cool, collaged masterpiece that combines the quirky, the creative, and the actually-useful. Keep an eye out for little notes scrawled in the margins — "Don't go outside, don't talk to boys" — and articles with titles like "A Guide to Ghost Hunting." For the $29.95 cover price, you get 350 pages of content, including serious pieces (like a how-to for building your own computer), an essay on the importance of daily affirmations, an interview with Sleater-Kinney's Carrie Brownstein, a feature by Mindy Kaling, and goodies, like beautiful tarot cards. All in all, not a bad deal. The Tavi-inspired guilt over your own wasted youth is free.
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