Girls' World : 2020-01-01

On Your : 54 : 52

On Your

ON YOUR 88% For Mustaches Maddie! “I love this book because it has a great message and is very heartwarmi­ng.” For “Mustaches Maddie made and me laugh cry at the same time!” — MADELYN, 11, RI 10, DE KENZIE, — “I got goosebumps when I learned this book is based on a true story. Maddie is so strong!” — JAELLE, 12, SD CAST YOUR VOTE! Add these new books to your reading list, too! What’s the best book you’ve read recently? STARGAZING BY JULIA DURANGO BY JEN WANG CUT OUT AND MAIL TO: On Your Bookshelf, 4 New York Plaza, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10004 or email your response to mail@girlsworld­mag.com. Girls’ World, BY JOHN BEMELMANS MARCIANO of readers loved WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM MUSTACHES FOR MADDIE: you’ll totally relate to 12-year-old If you’re a self-described class clown, laugh She loves making her classmates Maddie’s quirky sense of humor. every by slapping on fake mustaches chance she gets. Being funny even most gets her noticed by Cassie, the popular girl in sixth grade! When the Maddie gets cast as the lead in school play, it seems like she has … absolutely everything going for her until she starts tripping when she walks and her hand begins curling up at her side. Maddie’s mom takes her to the doctor to get checked a out, and they discover Maddie has brain tumor. In an instant, her world to is turned upside down. She learns to lean on her imaginatio­n and spirit get her through tough times. UNDER THE MAMBO MOON (out now) On summer nights, Marisol helps out at her Papi’s music store. As customers come and go, they share memories of the Latin music and dance moves from their homeland! THE NO-GOOD NINE (out now) The No-good Nine are a band of misfits. They run away from home and burn down Santa’s toy factory when he puts coal in their stockings. Uh oh! (out now) Even though they both gr up in the same Chineseame­rican suburb, the artistic, free-spirit Moon is everything Christine isn’t. But when Moon moves next door, the unlikely pair become close friends.

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