Lacey Recommends Moving Books for Girls

The November/December issue of New Moon Girls magazine is all about “your moving experience” — and we can be moved in so many ways! Below you’ll find books about moving to new places, moving your body, and of course, the experiences that move your emotions. My Life as an Ice Cream Sandwich Twelve-year-old Ebony-Grace has …

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Spooky Books for Girls

Book cover image for Jaclyn Hyde by Annabeth Bondor-Stone and Connor White

The leaves are changing, the air is getting cooler, pumpkins are everywhere … it’s the perfect time to settle in with some spooky books for girls! (Don’t worry — there are some great Halloween reads below even if spooky isn’t your cup of tea!) Dead Voices New best friends Ollie, Coco, and Brian are settling …

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It’s YOUR Thing – Books for Girls

The September/October issue of New Moon Girls magazine is all about finding YOUR thing — breaking stereotypes, expressing yourself, and making the world better. These books can help. Taking Cover: One Girl’s Story of Growing Up During the Iranian Revolution Can you imagine the government telling you what you could wear, what kind of music …

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Back to School Books for Girls

Book cover image for the World Ends in April by Stacy McAnulty

Summer is flying by, and it will be time to go back to school before you know it. Ease into the transition with these back to school books for girls. Stick up for Yourself! Every Kid’s Guide to Personal Power and Positive Self-Esteem If you’re worried about bullying, peer pressure, or dealing with big emotions …

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What’s in the July-August 2019 New Moon Girls Magazine?

cover of the July-August 2019 New Moon Girls magazine

When you or those you love need a reminder of the awesomeness of girls, you can turn to any issue of NMG, especially our newest one.

Girls Need to Know Sex Should be Pleasurable for Them Too

Teen girls struggle with the sense that they should look and act sexy for others. That they should please and perform for others, not expect to be pleased themselves. And it starts as early as toddlerhood when they’re praised for looking feminine. If you haven’t read it yet, I absolutely recommend Peggy Orenstein’s book, Girls and …

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