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Girls' World

August 2019

Girls' World is a children's magazine for girls ages 7-12. It's filled with crafts, party ideas for fun with friends, and advice for everything in a girl's life! It's designed to inspire creativity through artwork, crafts, and recipes.

United States
American Media Operations, Inc
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7 Issues


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girls’ world

VP, EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Stephanie Sloane CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Caitlin Murphy, Toni Ferrigno To contact the editors with any feedback, email them at editor@girlsworldmag.com. Creative Director Stephanie Abrecht EDITORIAL Associate Editor Morgan McMurrin Editorial Assistants Maria Fischer Lauren Higgins ART Art Director Gary Walsh Photo Editors Danielle Shaffery Bryan Beckley SALES SVP, Group Publisher Neil Goldstein ngoldstein@amilink.com NEW YORK OFFICE: Account Director Cara Goldberg cgoldberg@amilink.com CHICAGO OFFICE: Tracy Parker tparker@amilink.com WEST COAST OFFICE: Natalie Duell nduell@amilink.com CHAIRMAN, PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER David Pecker Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer/ Chief Operating Officer Chris Polimeni Executive Vice President, Digital Media Operations/CiO David Thompson Senior Vice President, Operations Rob M. O’Neill Vice President, Consumer Marketing Ephraim R. Brennan…

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make your own sidewalk chalk!

CAREFUL: This project should be done with an adult. TIP: IF YOU WANT TO MAKE MULTICOLORES CHALK, JUST LAYER THE PAINT MIXTURES ON TOP OF EACH OTHER! What You’ll Need: • 1 cup plaster of Paris powder• ¾ cup water• tempera paint (in the color(s) of your choice)• plastic spoon• plastic cup• heart-shaped silicone mold CLEAN UP NOTE: 1 Pour the plaster of Paris and water into a disposable cup and mix well. 2 Pour in paint until you get your desired shade. The more paint you use the more vibrant the color will be, but you’ll need to add in some more plaster if you use more than ¼ cup of paint. 3 Leave the chalk in the molds for 24 hours, then carefully remove them. 4 Let your creations firm up for another 24 hours before…

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summer days

Inflatable pool 1. Start by drawing an oval, then draw a smaller oval inside it. 2. Connect a curved line to the bottom of the circle. 3. Repeat step 2 to finish drawing the pool’s shape. 4. Now you’re ready to color in the pool! Flip-flops 1. To begin, draw two vertical ovals next to each other. 2. Add a small circle toward the top of each oval. 3. Sketch six petals around each circle to create a flower. 4. Draw two thin, curved rectangles on each side of the flower for straps. Ice cream truck 1. Draw a rectangle with a curved top. Add two circular wheels; sketch smaller circles inside them. 2. Add a half-rectangle windshield and a half-circle headlight. Draw a rectangular door with a square inside it. 3. Add a horizontal rectangle. Draw a thin trapezoid on top; add…

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patriotic punch

INGREDIENTS: • ½ cup hot water• ¾ cup sugar• 1 cup fresh-squeezed lemon juice• 8 cups cold water• 8 cups watermelon juice• watermelon, jicama and blueberries, for garnish TOOLS: • star-shaped cookie cutter DIRECTIONS: 1. Have a parent help you combine the hot water and sugar on the stove, then stir to create a simple syrup. 2. Once the syrup has cooled a bit, pour it into a pitcher. Add the lemon juice and cold water next. Stir to combine. 3. Mix in the watermelon juice. Now, place the juice in the fridge until it’s ready to serve. 4. Right before serving, cut up watermelon chunks and use the cookie cutter to make jicama stars. Place these fruits and the blueberries into your pitcher. Set out glasses with paper straws for serving! CAREFUL: These recipes should be made with…

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yummy lemon bars

INGREDIENTS: • 2 sticks butter, softened• 2 cups white granulated sugar• 2¼ cup all-purpose flour• 4 eggs• 2 lemons, juiced• powdered sugar DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat the oven to med 350°F. In a medium tog bowl, blend together butter softened butter, 2 an cups of flour and ½ Pr cup of sugar. Press into the bottom of an ungreased 9x13-inch pan to make crust. Bake for 15 minutes in the oven or until firm and golden. 2. In another bowl, whisk together the remaining 1½ cups of sugar and ¼ cup flour. Whisk in the eggs and lemon juice. Pour over the baked crust. Bake for an additional 20 minutes in the preheated oven. 3. Allow the bars to firm up as they cool and then dust with powdered sugar. Cut into squares. SEND US YOUR RECIPE!…

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mallory james mahoney’s pickle-sicles

INGREDIENTS: • pickle juice• cool water (optional) TOOLS: • popsicle molds DIRECTIONS: 1. Eat an entire jar of delicious pickles and save all the pickle juice! 2. Carefully pour the juice into empty popsicle molds. If you really love the taste of pickles, fill each mold until full. If the taste of pure pickle juice is too strong for you, add water to the molds to dilute it. Fill each mold ¾ of the way full with pickle juice and fill the remaining ¼ with cool water. 3. Put the lid back on the molds and freeze overnight. 4. Remove the pops from the molds as you want to eat them. Enjoy!…