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New American Girl Publishing Books!

American Girl listed some new books on Amazon! These include some new craft books, some new Smart Girls Guides, an all-new Mini Mysteries book and even a boy's puberty book! They all come out on August 24, 2017. Let's check these out:

Guy Stuff: The Body Book for Boys (By Cara Natterson)

From the author of the bestselling Care & Keeping of You series! This book will provide you with the answers that will help you take care of yourself better, from hair care to healthy eating, bad breath to shaving, acne to voice changes, and everything in between. With tips, how-tos, and facts from a real pediatrician, it's the perfect book to help you learn about your body's changes.

A Year Of Mini Mysteries: 29 Tricky Tales To Untangle (By Kathy Passero)

Do you like to crack cases? Uncover clues? Identify suspects? If so, look inside this book! You'll find an all-new collection of mini mysteries waiting for a super sleuth like you. Team up with BFFs Brooklyn, Alex, and Charlotte for four seasons of fun, figuring out whodunit or what happened. But beware of “red herrings"―those false leads that can pull you in the wrong direction. Once you think you've found the solution, check your “undercover" skills inside the front and back covers of the book. Happy sleuthing!

Your Happiest You: The Care & Keeping of Your Mind and Spirit (By Judy Woodburn)

You already know a lot about caring for your body. You eat your veggies, try to get enough exercise and sleep, and use soap when you need to. But did you know that a little care and keeping are great for your mind and spirit, too? This book is full of expert know-how and fun ideas to help you bounce back from any setback, focus on what matters and tune out the rest. You'll learn to find calm inside, connect better with friends and family, truly enjoy the world around you―and be the happy YOU you're meant to be.

A Smart Girl's Guide: Digital World: How to Connect, Share, Play, and Keep Yourself Safe (By Carrie Anton)

Digital devices put a whole world at your fingertips. Play a game, listen to music, do research for school, read a story, or make a video―anywhere, anytime. Connect with friends and family in fast and easy ways. Post photos and share ideas and inspiration. And that's only a small part of it. Just like the real world, the digital world is full of exciting, helpful, and even life-changing possibilities. And just as in the real world, you need to know how to navigate it wisely and keep yourself safe. With everything from quizzes that test safety smarts to advice on how to deal with cyberbullying, this book will get you started.

Doll Fashion Studio: Turn your doll into a fashion designer! (By Emily Osborn)

You'll be "sew amazing" when you create a fashion studio and runway for your doll! As the designer, you'll have access to the behind-the scenes process of designing and making clothes for a fashion show, including the tools of the trade such as: a sewing machine, dress form, measuring tape, runway, paper patterns, and much more!

Doll Pets: Teach Your Doll How To Pamper Her Pets Using The Supplies And Ideas Inside (By Trula Magruder)

Does your doll love pets of every kind? Does she make friends with everything furry, finny, and feathery? How about animals that oink, whinny, or hop? This kit gets her all set to adopt any number of favorite pets! Inside, she’ll find advice, activities, and accessories to make having a pet a paws-itively wonderful experience. From leashes and litter trays to training and tricks, she’ll be completely equipped for purrrr-fect pet adventures! Includes a 32-page how-to book 9 pom-poms for pets, 7 sheets of punch-out card stock for pet accessories, faux pet treats, a port-a-pet house, animal masks, a hamster condo, a litter box, and event accessories. Plus, 1 sheet of glitter goldfish, 4 poly bags for goldfish, 1 dog-show audience poster, 1 sheet of paper with a barn-wood pattern, and 1 sheet of stickers for labels, signs, awards, and wall art.

According to Aggie by Mary Richards Beaumont (According to Aggie is a AG Magazine comic strip- not a new doll)

As far as 11-year-old Aggie knows, everything is great. Friends, school, family…all are fine and fun and predictable. But one random day, Aggie's longtime friend Fiona starts to pull away, canceling plans and acting, well, kind of different. It's not like anything happened―or did it? There aren't any good answers, and Aggie is left wondering how she's supposed to act now that her friend seems to have moved on without her. It turns out, though, that a new friendship can turn up just when you need it most.

AHH! MY BLOOD SUGAR'S 359! I have to go outside now. Bye!

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