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Kate is an aspiring little fashion designer and entrepreneur who lives in New York with her mother and her two little dogs.  Kate's mom is head of The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This gives Kate access to  centuries of costumes and the world of high fashion.

Kate and her little dogs never miss an opportunity to showcase Kate's designs. This gets them into comical trouble, faster than they can get out.

Kate is an entrepreneur. She turns her room into a fashion store and loves to start little businesses. She encourages girls to follow their dream.

Kate inspires and empowers young girls. The series encourages individuality and celebrates our differences. In "I Have To Be Me" Kate learns it's not always easy being different.

The series also introduces girls to historical female figures through Kate's love of fashion.

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Week One:

Create a Product Line 
Offering a wide range of supplies, girls  can explore  making products such as  natural henna  nail polish, perfumes made from  oils and dried flowers, doggie tees and leashes, photo jewelry,  cupcakes &more! 

Product Line
Once girls have had time to experiment, they decide on their product line.

Business Plan
Each  girl develops a mini business plan using our simple form. This helps them look at cost, profit and marketing.

We make a loan of $20  to each girl so they have money to purchase their supplies. (We have the supplies  at camp and price them so they have plenty of money).

Girls learn to follow the budget.

Week Two:

Run Your Own Company
Each girl starts the process of having their own company and making  important choices!

Choose a Name
We will do some quick  research with the to see if the name is taken.

Test It
The girls act as a focus group for each other and give feedback on the names.

Business Cards & Labels
We make it official with business cards and labels. We print them at camp and the girls can take them home. 

The girls can pick the packaging for their products.We have lots of  wrapping to choose from such as colored tissue paper, velvet pouches, pretty boxes.

Elevator Pitch
Girls practice explaining their product in under one minute.


Important Life  Skills:

Dream (yes)

Innovative and creative thinking

Brain storming


Organize your plan

Plan ahead

Make decisions


Problem solve



Produce and analyze results

Develop confidence

Be empowered!

Camp Kate Kate is inspired by                                           
Kate Kate The Fashion Plate book series
by Deborah Kanafani

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                                           please see website for full reviews www.katekatethefashionplate.com

Oh this book, Kate Kate Fashion Plate, "I Have To Be Me," is just fantastic, with SO many great messages for young girls.The book focuses on Kate standing up for herself and what she believes is fashionable. Confident, full of spirit,expressive Kate doesn't cave to the pressures of being like everyone else. 
Another feature of Kate Kate Fashion Plate, "I Have To Be Me," that I love are the activities at the end of the book to that enhance the educational value of the story. I have never seen a book like this. It starts out with a very simple section on entrepreneurs (perfect for the age of the book) followed by more about CoCo Chanel. Oh, but that is not all,there is an entrepreneurs workbook/handbook and Mom's page and a fashion sketch book. Mom's page includes a mother/daughter book club guide, tools for girls and articles and resources that address raising tween  Kate Kate Fashion Plate, "I Have To Be Me," is the first in a series. I for one can't wait for more to follow. Nor can my girls.

This book is highly recommendable and as a mother, I encourage you to read it right along with your daughter. It’s a beautiful story that will definitely show mom and daughters that you're  never too old or too young to follow your dreams. Please consider reading more about this great author. She’s amazing in every way fathomable (and again, so is this book). After reading this book myself, I cannot wait to read the next installments in this great series. “I Have To Be Me” is an exceptional buy for an additional gift (stocking stuffer) this holiday season!
from blogfully mom holiday gift guide http://blogfully.net/2011/11/holiday-gift-guide-2011-kate-kate-the-fashion-plate-brand-new-tween-series/

Having always dressed different - even when I was Kate's age - I loved that this book pointed out that 
you could be different!  I immediately thought of how cool it would have been to have this book as a kid.  Flipping through it as an adult with that frame of mind, I thought it was the perfect introduction to little girls  who might also want to be a fashion designer. It really has a wonderful message.  If you know of a budding fashion designer about ages 5 to 10, this is definitely a great little gift this holiday season. 
Holiday Gift Guidehttp://www.confessionsofapsychotichousewife.com/2011/11/book-review-kate-kate-fashion-plate-by.htm

I love the idea of this book as a way to help reach my daughter on a level that she enjoys– reading books and empowering females. I want my daughter to be introduced to various aspects of life that will help teach her to be unique, true to herself and confident. This book, Kate Kate the Fashion Plate, really reaches my daughter in a way to help her follow her dreams without listening to her Mama preach to her about being herself and reaching for the stars.Books such as Kate Kate the Fashion Plate are a wonderful way to help your daughter read a positive message in a fun way

[REVIEW] This is a wonderful new book series for young tweens [ages 6-10]. This will be our next mother-daughter Book Club pick. It was a fun, charming,and an easy read that kept my daughter engaged and entertained.

Kate Kate The Fashion Plate: I Have To Be Me is a good story for girls, sending a message of confidence. I loved the fact that it focused on being confident even when others may not think your ideas are ‘cool’, or think you’re too different. After the story part of the book, there is a section with great educational and fun value. A short handbook on getting started as an entrepreneur (very simple and age appropriate),  AND there’s super cool fashion sketch pages as well. Both my girls have really enjoyed sketching out their fashion ideas and sharing them with each other. Snag your own copy of Kate Kate The Fashion Plate:  I know Kylie can’t wait to see the next book in the Kate Kate The Fashion Plate series! 

If you are looking for a great new series for your young daughter or tween, the Kate Kate series is sure to please.I Had the chance to sit down with Deborah Kanafani, author of kate kate The fashion Plate, read full interview here:

Kate will entertain and educate young readers. Kate Kate The fashion plate is the first book for young readerspre tween readers that introduces inspirational characters and historical figures through fun filled fashion adventures!

Deborah Kanafani 's new book Kate, Kate the Fashion Plate is designed to encourage girls of all ages to realize their dreams!www.TheGeorgetowner.com


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