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New Moon Girls (Magazine)

28 Nov

Bibliography: Gruver, Nancy. (Founder/CEO). (1993). New Moon Girls [Magazine]. Duluth, Minnesota. 36 pages on average.

Content: The entire magazine is written by girls for girls. Read interviews of children’s authors, such as Madeleine L’Engle. Are you stressed out? Well, read about solutions that other girls have come up with. Read short stories that other girls your age have written. Rants and raves about being a girl. Body changing? Read articles on different coming of age issues, such as how and when to choose a bra. Are you in to experimenting? Because this magazine has fun experiments you can do safely at home, such as cloning plants. Look for the poetry and art done by girls. And don’t miss out on the book reviews.

Review: A magazine for girls. All about the things that go on in girls lives. This is a wonderful magazine for tween girls. It covers coming of age issues, such as things about the female body or everyday personal life issues, such as how to deal with a close family member having cancer. Each issue has a short stories that a young girl wrote. There are no advertisements! Magazines without advertisements are hard to come by, but this one did it. Tween girls will love reading interviews of their favorite authors or what other girls there age have to say on the subject of what is unfair about being a girl. A lot of good content in a short amount of pages.

Genre: Magazine/Realistic/Girls

Reading Level/Interest Level: 8+

Similar Materials: American Girls

Reader’s Advisory: This is a great magazine for young girls ages 8-12 mostly. It covers a lot of good information that girls should know when growing up and it DOES NOT have any advertisements. I hate magazines that are filled with advertisements. It is a bi-monthy release date. I highly recommend this to all young girls.

 
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Posted by on November 28, 2011 in LIBR 264-10 Digital Record

 

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