The Secret Diary of Julietta Josephine:
Book review and summary Sarah Tyrrell
The Secret Diary of Julietta Josephine, 10 1/2- Step Job Search Guide for Really Smart Girls!, is a useful book that will clearly resonate with a young female audience at a particular place in life. The content is carefully constructed to be meaningful to a specific population, and Beatrice Louisa ‘s target readership can clearly benefit from the systematic summary of tips that her manuscript presents. Her points originate in personal and professional experience borne from 25-plus years of valid work in the business sector, making Beatrice Louisa ‘s advice not only heartfelt, but persuasive and compelling.
Beatrice Louisa uses appealing fictional characters to relay her credible ideas to a reader, a technique that makes the volume all the more readable and engaging. A direct and conversational delivery sets the book apart from other career advice manuals, and Beatrice Louisa excels at striking a convincing tone across her ten golden “rules.”
Joined by adept, colorful, and whimsical illustrations by Simon Goodway, Beatrice Louisa ‘s book speaks volumes, yet presents in a compact format that is ideal for her readership.
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