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Miranda Kerr: 'Treasure Yourself: Power Thoughts For My Generation' Author!

Miranda Kerr: 'Treasure Yourself: Power Thoughts For My Generation' Author!

Miranda Kerr keeps it chic while arriving at JFK Airport for a departing flight on Friday (January 18) in New York City.

The day before, the 29-year-old supermodel looked stylish while exiting an office building in the Big Apple.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Miranda Kerr

Miranda recently posted a picture of her new book “Treasure Yourself: Power Thoughts for My Generation” and tweeted, “#treasureyourself by #mirandakerr now available at #barnesandnoble ❤Miranda xxx.”

Miranda‘s book is a collection of thoughts, memories and lessons, which focus on self-improvement.

FYI: Miranda is wearing THVM-This Here Very Moment jeans.

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70 Responses to “Miranda Kerr: 'Treasure Yourself: Power Thoughts For My Generation' Author!”

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  1. 26
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:


    You should calm down as well.
    That book is not relevant in the school system. What class would that fit in ?

  2. 27
    @23 Says:

    Can you believe these “haters” they seem to be either the Delphidiots or Adriana Lima crazies, what a combination.

    For the life of me I can’t believe after all these years they are still so filled with jealousy & hatred over Miranda being happily married to Orlando, just weird.

    What is so strange about the Adriana Lima crazies is that their so threatened by Miranda when there is no need. Miranda said in a recent interview how she had been friends with Adriana for years and she had asked her for tips when she was pregnant. There is plenty of work for both of them so I don’t understand their jealousy.

    Regardless I know there are plenty of us fans to defend her from the crazies!

  3. 28
    @InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    Of course you can read it, but you don’t seem to like Miranda or his ideas and this book seems to be aimed at preteens/teens. So if it’s not a terrible question, why did you read it?

  4. 29
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:


    To be allowed an opinion with the proper knowledge to support it, instead of those people who just bash with no facts. I think that is reason enough for picking up a book.

  5. 30
    @InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    Yes, I actually respect you for bothering to know what you’re bashing. I haven’t read it, nor plan to, so I can’t say if I agree with you or not. But I still think it’s strange to buy a book by someone you don’t like and that is not aimed at you.

  6. 31
    @Insertcoolnamehere... #26 Says:

    There is more than one person posting here so I’m not sure who you’re addressing. You need to quote the comment number.

    The Australian Government wouldn’t have recommended the book be used as a teaching aid without knowing what classes it would be suitable for. I imagine late primary to year 10 in health/biology classes.

    There is no need to tell anyone to calm down as far as I can see people are responding to your posts with patience, simply answering your comments with facts.

  7. 32
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:


    Neither was Twilight (in terms of age) … and I read all 4 to be able to do the same. It´s just a principal opinion thing for me and yes I am not a fan of hers and I stand behind that, but I don´t bash other people just to bash. There is simply way to many celebrity books getting published and I like to know if some of them contribute with something or not. I study library and information science, so books is a major thing for me. All types of them.

  8. 33
    @InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    Oh, ok. That makes more sense, I guess. (I’m #28 and #30, as I see there’s a little bit of confusion)

  9. 34
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    @@Insertcoolnamehere… #26:

    No, that one was for you and I clicked reply in the bottom of your comment. So … pretty sure that´s how it works on JJ. I just don´t chanbe my name at the top like you.

    I did not feel like it was calm, so that´s why I wrote relax. People are so quick to bite here and I did post the first comment in a calm way as well. We don´t all have to have the same opinion.

    I still don´t think it fits for school at all. It´s not written for the purpose of education.

  10. 35
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    My name is all over the place. I do get that it´s just two people. :P

  11. 36
    Sally Says:

    I gave the book to my niece who is 12. She is just a little over weight & was feeling self conscious as her friends are all very slim. She loved the book, especially the flower analogies or as she put it “cool about the flowers” She decided she was a sunflower. I think it’s a wonderful book not only for young girls but teenagers as well.

  12. 37
    @insertcoolnamehere...#35 Says:

    No there is more than 2 people, my posts are #24 & #31

  13. 38
    InsertCoolNameHere Says:

    ohhhh … well. Ups. ><

  14. 39
    Jennifer Says:

    here’s another pictures

  15. 40
    Sabine Says:

    What’s up with the comments??? Some appear grey-ish and can’t be thumbed up or down. Really annoying!

  16. 41
    @40 Says:

    That means that you have already clicked on them.

  17. 42
    Jean Says:

    This girl is SO full of herself. She thinks she is so cute. I would not buy her book, or anything that has to do with her.

  18. 43
    Jean Says:

    @@blah. #20: #22

    She is NOT beautiful, although she thinks she is. She is pathetically conceited.

  19. 44
    @Jean Says:

    If she isn’t beautiful to most people, why does she end up on all of beauty polls?

  20. 45
    Jean Says:

    @@Jean: #44

    What damn beauty polls? HAHAHAHAHAHA Get real. The girl is not beautiful.

  21. 46
    Jennifer Says:

    People don’t like her because she is so full of herself. Always mugging for the paps, giving out advice like she is an authority on things. Telling people how to eat, and how to dress, like nobody knows these things but her. Nobody knew how to dress and eat, and feel good about themselves UNTIL Miranda Kerr came to the country. She is just unlikable.

  22. 47
    Jennifer Says:

    @40 @ 01/19/2013 at 1:56 pm #41

    That means that you have already clicked on them.
    It does it to some comments you have not even clicked down or up on. I have the same problem.

  23. 48
    @46 Says:

    She isn’t telling you how to eat. Well, except for common sense approaches to health. She is telling you what regimine SHE follows, because people keep asking her about it.
    You can choose not to listen, you know. But I guess that it’s hard not to hear what she is saying when you stalk her across the net.

  24. 49
    Sabine Says:

    @@40: No I haven’t.

  25. 50
    Sabine Says:

    @Jennifer: Thank you! Yes, it does it to comments I am just *reading* for the very first time. Wonder what’s up with that.

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