In Creativity for the Soul Nancy Gruver shares why music and dance benefit girls, and not at just a young age! Helen Cordes explores how to get girls behind the camera and why it’s great for them in Making Her Own Movies.
Do you need to talk to your daughter about how her body is changing but are unsure how? Lynda Madison and Amy Lynch give you all the tips and information you’ll need in What to Do and Say When Her Body Changes.
Thanks to everyone who shared your thoughts about how we can best describe New Moon in a short phrase. We’ve read all your responses which were very helpful. Now we’ve drafted four new descriptions. Please take 10 seconds to vote on which phrase you like best. The poll is up through Feb. 6 at Daughters.com. We can’t wait to see the results! And if you think you could say it even better, send your phrase to. firstname.lastname@example.org
Read New Moon Girls With Her
Are you and your daughter concerned about the environment? Do you look for ways to make a change together? Read the article “Tree Huggers: Save Mother Earth,” on page 29 in your January/February 2009 issue of New Moon Girls. Then talk with your girl about her ideas on conservation—I bet it’ll be an interesting conversation.