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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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JJ blocks ip adresses from ‘voting’ more than once. So yes, you had clicked on them. That’s the only explanation.

fat moon face

this overrated chubby faced chipmunk butter face is dressed like my grandma

@layla: #52

Yep that moon face with those big fake looking huge dimples. Her face is odd looking. Prancing around with her snobby @ss.

She is so gorgeous!
I gave my young cousin her book, and it really gave her a more positive outlook on life.
So inspiring.

@Sabine: #50

I don’t know what causes it, but I have been getting that lately. At least I see I am not the only one.

@yes!: instead of giving your cousin a book “written” by miranda kerr why not give her a book about rosa parks, lee miller or dorothy dandridge?

Because she already has books about Rosa Parks, as well as several books about one of her heroes, Barbara Jordan.
What she needed at the time was some positive afirmation, that she is beautiful and valued just the way she is.
Miranda’s book gave her that.

What gives you the right to tell people what they should or shouldn’t do??? You don’t know the person or the circumstances, so mind your own business. Why should @yes take advice from a person who cyber bullies Miranda out of spite & jealousy!

@@uh #57: hahha get over yourself.. i was recommending books.. and the only one who bullying right now is you so…
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@yes!: lol yeah OK!

So you think that you are the only person here familiar with inspirational women?
A bit condescending don’t you think?

@@uh: LOL – your tumblr-style response is adorable. And it’s called a recommendation.
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did i say i was the only one? nope

did i recommend some other women worth looking into? yes

is it passed your bed time? probably!

“is it passed your bed time? probably!”
And I bet that you don’t think that was condescending either, right?
*eyeroll*
Here’s some right back at you….
It’s ‘past’ snookums, not “passed”.
Have you not yet had a class in grammar?
LOL!

@@62: LOL OH BURN.. is that how you’ll win this argument? you’re pathetic.

I wonder how long you went over my comment just so you could find something… you’re like a cookie cutter crazy fan. go to work..

ohhhhhh that’s right, you don’t have a job :)

What argument?
There is no argument, because there is no real discussion. You were condescending to another poster, when all they did was relate their personal experience with Miranda’s book.
That experience was positive, which kicked you into ‘hater mode’, where anyone who disagrees with you is illiterate and uninformed. You made an assumption about that person’s life and knowledge, and when she answered you, you became insulting.
That isn’t an argument. And if you consider it as such, consider yourself the loser.
Oh, and by the way, grammatical errors of that magnitude stick out like a sore thumb. Even those who aren’t ‘grammar nazis’ would be bithered by that one.
Maybe you should be in school, and not attacking strangers on the net.

Her generation? I thought that she intended the book to be targeted at impressionable young girls to indoctrinate them into her hippy dippy world of gluten-free weirdness. Her generation, huh? So it is actually targeted at idiot thirty somethings who should have found direction long ago and should know better than to take advice from panty hawking fame wh0res.

@@64: LOLLLLLLL you’re hilarious
you really need a job — i’m sure someone who has such a passion for miranda kerr will have no problem finding a job :)

OHHH and if you’re dumb enough to think miranda kerr is an inspiration then you deserve what you get, idiot.

and aren’t you constantly bi*tching about ‘thumbing down’ comments all the time???? i see you and your fellow morons doing it to me.. ahahahhahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa does that make you feel powerful?

Wow. Why so hateful? Just because someone called you out for being hypocritical, nasty and ignorant?
Funny. You should be used to that by now.
And I guess that after your rant, you won’t be thumbing down this comment, eh? Just like you didn’t thumb down our other posts?
Yeah. Sure.
LOL!
Pathetic hypocrite.
ta!

@@67: LOLLLLLLLLLLLL you are pathetic
and sad
hahahhahaaaaaaaaaa

Wow. Sure sign that you lost, when all you have to come cack with is that comment.
LOL!
Idiot

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