The Cooper Kids Adventure Series 2-in-1 Book Review

Hey GirlMoguls, we just got two cool books to review. If you like adventure and mystery then the Cooper kids series is for you. Jack and Lila get to travel with their dad, an archaeologist. Bad things and exciting things happen icluding curses, kidnapping. In one story they need to discover how a mysterious stone appeared overnight. they face dread, danger and an eveb dictator,.

In the other book, a deadly curse in the jungle threatens the family. what will Dr. Cooper do to get his family back? The Coopers kids get to play Indiana Jones and Nancy Drew as they explore unknown ruins, plunge through dangerous jungles, face hostile natives, and battle ancient evil forces. Will their courage and faith in God bring them through?

These two books are a lot of fun and a great way to find out about this best selling series. Reading level 9-12, and avao;able at – see below.

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Saving Hannah: Or How to Rewrite History

Hey GirlMoguls – get our latest adventure – Saving Hannah features hidden diaries, underground societies and secret that will blow the city of Weston out of the water. And the reviews are rolling in – and they love it – so don’t delay – snag a copy for you or your tween today!

Here’s what reviewers are saying about the book: This is the perfect book for your mystery-loving tween girl.”

” This story is filled with strong role models for girls in the form of relatable characters. You really end up rooting for the Girl Moguls.

ABCD Diaries gives “Saving Hannah…Or How To Rewrite History” an A+!!


HannahfinalFrontAvailable as a paperback or Kindle ebook on Amazon…. Best Seller – Can the new girl in town discover the secret of the missing diary before she dies of boredom? MeetRose, a true city girl who’s not happy when her parents decide to start an organic cheese farm, which transplants her from Manhattan to rural Weston.

The only thing lamer is being forced to take part in a contest sponsored by the Minerva Society for Leadership as a way to “meet people” – but the grand prize is a trip back to New York City. Her teammates in the challenge are Poppy, a science geek, Daisy, a bad girl gamer, and Lily, an overachieving know-it-all. With Daisy and Lily at each others throats and Poppy clueless, Rose figures she’ll have to do it all if she wants to get back to the Big Apple.


But when she recovers an old diary in the Weston library, the girls soon find they old the key to uncovering a century old mystery.

Can the GirlMoguls figure out how to work together long enough to outsmart the mayor, rival teams for the prize,the sinister Gray Lady and unravel the mystery behind the secret diary? Will they be able to rewrite history and save Hannah?


Change-Up: Mystery at the World Series

Hey GirlMoguls it’s Lily here.  Its’ summer time and that means it’s baseball season.   Teen sports reporters and amateur detectives are back and this time they are taking on the World Series and the hot new pitcher – but something smells a little funny – and it’s not the hot dogs.  Batter Up![ReviewAZON asin=”0375847596″ display=”fullpost”]

Book Club Book: Dumped by Popular Demand Part 2

The Social Experoments of Dorie Dilts
The Social Experoments of Dorie Dilts

Hey girls! So now we’re over half way through this fabulous novel, Dumped By Popular Demand. So, that means that we need to discuss all the juicy details of Dorie’s experience in her new school, including her major social experiment.

Okay, the big news is the Holly Trinity. This is the elite circle of 3 in Greenview, which Dorie has figured out to be comprised of 3 popular girls: Holly MacAdams, Alexis Martinez, and Jenny Chang. After days of eating lunch in the girls bathroom, Dorie finally figured out who the three girls were. But, there was a still a huge mystery to figure out- what did they haven in common? Why were these three girls not only popular, but so close to each other?

The answer’s name is Grant. Grant is the popular guy in school who sits in the back of the class, jokes around, pokes fun at people, and definitely does not impress his teachers. But, let’s remember, he’s the popular kid. And, to top it off, he is what the Holly trinity has in common. Each girl has dated and been dumped by Grant, and this is the bond that holds them together. Like a lightbulb turning on, the idea comes to Dorie instantly. She will have to get Grant to recognize who she is, date her, then dump her in order to become one of the popular girls.

With the help of her also out-of-town friend Dixie, she begins on the first part (getting Grant to know who she is). With the help of Dixie’s makeover, we arrive at chapter 1 with a huge surprise. Grant does recognize Dorie, not for her name or who she is, but in science class. He picked her as his lab partner! As we read on to find out what this is about, I though of some questions to consider for this portion of the story:

Why would an ex-boyfriend bring three popular girls together? Why is this the only thing all three have in common?

What role does Dixie play in this part of the book? Do you think he will become more or less important as the story goes on?

And finally, why did grant pick Dorie as his partner? Did her trick of getting a makeover and asking him for a pencil work?

GirlMogul Poppy
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