Lacey Recommends Books to Help Girls Find THEIR Way

The theme of the Jan-Feb 2018 issue of New Moon Girls was “Have it Your Way.” January is a time when lots of us are thinking about how we want the next year to unfold, and this month’s book recommendations might give girls and boys some inspiration to make this THEIR year — the year … Read more Lacey Recommends Books to Help Girls Find THEIR Way

Lacey Recommends Books About Making Gifts

It’s that time of year again! Whether you celebrate Solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, New Year’s, or all of the above, when girls are exchanging gifts with those they care about. Before you take her to the mall, consider whether the recipients would appreciate a homemade gift. People will treasure something she put her own time, … Read more Lacey Recommends Books About Making Gifts

Girl-Powered & Girl-Needed & Girl-Loved

Girls love New Moon Girls. (You already knew that!) Grab this chance to keep and add all the girl(s) you love in our Girl-Powered community! And to save on everything in our new online shop! I love reading NMG magazine! I really enjoy how you encourage girls like me to love themselves, be kind, and be … Read more Girl-Powered & Girl-Needed & Girl-Loved

How Girls Can Break Out of Bystanding

  We don’t want any girl to experience the hurt illustrated above by artist Janice Liu. It opens a six-panel cartoon giving specific, simple, safe tactics kids can use to counteract bullying by peers. Featured in our Sept/Oct 2017 issue, it shows girls how they and friends can support each other to break out of … Read more How Girls Can Break Out of Bystanding

To the Bone Movie – What Parents Want to Know

I first heard about the To The Bone movie, a Netflix original, when I saw a shocking still from it on Instagram. Ellen stands on an upright scale, ribs protruding. She stares intently at the scale’s toggles in front of her. The picture immediately struck me as all-too-familiar. That’s because I’ve been a girl, sick and hungry, looking … Read more To the Bone Movie – What Parents Want to Know

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