New Moon Girls is an inspirational magazine for girls age 8 and up to engage in self-discovery, creativity, and community.

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Customer Reviews

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    New Moon is the BEST Girls' magazine around

    I first came across this magazine years ago when it was a fledgling publication. I was so impressed that I filed it in my memory banks and years later, when my daughter was about 6, I bought her a subscription. She's thirteen and still loves it. This magazine is ad-free and is written by girls, for girls. They promote open-minded exploration of ideas and values. And they explore all sorts of topics girls are interested in, everything from friendships to menstruation to zits to human rights to natural resources -- all without ads or stupid stereotypes. I highly recommend this magazine and often give it as a gift! My only regret: they don't publish a similar...

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    Great Magazine for tween girls

    I love this magazine for my tween girl!! It's got the kind of wholesome content that American Girl magazine has but without the ever-present push to buy products. It has excellent thought provoking stories, great for parents trying to raise a girl in today's materialistic, big-on-bling, low-on-substance world! An excellent alternative to most of the "teen magazines" that many tweens end up looking at. I think my 11 year old daughter has much better things to do with her time & mind than to lay around swooning over clothes, makeup & boys from tv shows.

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    Great magazine for young girls

    I have been subscribing my niece to this magazine for years. I first bought her a subscription when she was around 8. Since then, I've offered her the choice of any magazine as a birthday gift and she continues to choose this one year after year. Even her mom asks for it, as she says she enjoys reading it with her daughter.

    I like the lack of advertising, the forthright way in which it explores issues of concern to the target audience, and the projection of a positive self-image for all girls. This is a magazine I'll get for my own daughter when she's old enough.

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