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  • 4 of 5 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Scott County PL - Lexington JAN/FEB 2018 (Text) 35830801872812 Kids Magazines Available -
Scott County PL - Lexington JULY/AUGUST 2018 (Text) 35830801919753 Kids Magazines Checked out 12/18/2018
Scott County PL - Lexington MARCH/APRIL 2018 (Text) 35830801880914 Kids Magazines Available -
Scott County PL - Lexington MAY/JUNE 2018 (Text) 35830801890285 Kids Magazines Available -
Scott County PL - Lexington SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER (Text) 35830801922302 Kids Magazines Available -

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"You're great - just the way you are!" That's the message American Girl Magazine Delivers to over 400.000 girls every month. In a culture that often encourages girls to grow up too quickly, American Girl, created especially for girls 8 and up, is an age-appropriate alternative to teen magazines. Designed to affirm self-esteem, celebrate achievements, and foster creativity, American Girl's message is one of support and positive reinforcement during these critical years. Each issue of American Girl is rich with award-winning fiction and nonfiction, games, crafts, and party ideas. In addition to articles about real girls and their achievements, the magazine offers sound advice on growing up, fitting in, and getting along. Girls love having a magazine that's filled with their voices and faces. In fact, American Girl receives more than 5, 000 pieces of mail from its readers after each issue! Regular departments such as "Help!" and "Girls Express" invite reader participation, allowing girls to share their ideas and advice about issues that concern them. Launched in 1992, American Girl magazine ranks among the top ten children's magazines in the nation and is the largest magazine dedicated exclusively to girls. It is available nationally in retail bookstores and on newstands, as well as by subscription through the American Girl catalogue. Current Executive Vice President, Jean McKenzie. Current Editorial Director, Jodi Goldberg. Current Executive Editor Barbara E. Stretchberry. Winner of a Parents' Choice Award, 2015.
Subject: girls
young teens
young girls
ages 8
ages 8 and up
fiction
nonficton
games
crafts
party ideas
recipes
DIY
American
Girl(s)
Jean McKenzie
Jodi Goldberg
Barbara E. Stretchberry
Barbara Stretchberry
dolls
history

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