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TomGirlz Chapter Books

These books are full of energy and action and will appeal to elementary school aged children everywhere. Parents love the messages of leadership, self-esteem and friendship that are built into every Tomgirlz product. Reading level: ages 6-9. Visit click  to place your order.

Mackey Mack, The Makings of a Tomgirl
Read about how the Tomgirlz came to be and how Mackey and Sammy became best friends while staying out of trouble… well,almost!

Mackey Mack’s Birthday Attack
Readers will really enjoy the craziness of Mackey and her friends as they bring a party to a crashing end. Wild animals break loose all over the porch, the porch comes down, the bounce house comes down and the fun never ends.

Mackey the Medic
Mackey and Kee unlock hearts when they are in the hospital together and decide they want to be the doctors instead of the patients.

TomGirlz Talent Troubles
Talent Troubles — Once again Mackey brings down the house, sometimes literally, while demonstrating that a true competitive spirit means being supportive and willing to learn from others.

TomGirlz A B Sea
A, B, SEA! — The Tomgirlz demonstrate the spirit of friendship, perseverance, and true leadership when they refuse to let Keekee get left out of their cruise plans. They also show their enterprising side which is full of creativity as they create the first ever Mush Cups and turn them into a huge and sweet success. It’s not all serious business, though. Where there are Tomgirlz, there are sure to be lots of laughs!

Abbey’s Turn
The Tomgirlz meet Abbey who is talented and beautiful, but allows herself to be bullied because of her weight. Through a week of adventure, crazy games, and typical Tomgirlz mishaps, the girls take an honest look at bullies, their victims, the bystanders, and how to stop the problem.


November 14, 2010 - Posted by | Book Review | ,


  1. These books look fun. Unfortunately, my grand kids are either too old or too young for them – but the younger ones WILL grow into them – YEA!!

    Books for Kids –
    “Horatio Humble Beats the Big D” – dyslexia.

    Comment by Margot Finke | November 15, 2010 | Reply

  2. These stories sound like lots of fun and I love that there are lessons inside the stories for learning & growth! Also the topics can be great openings for discussions! 😀

    Comment by Mippy | July 5, 2011 | Reply

  3. I like the lessons that children can learn from reading these books. Sound like great ones for my daughter to read as she will be starting elementary school next year! 🙂

    Comment by Kristie | July 5, 2011 | Reply

  4. Leave your comments also on Meet the Author to take part in this giveaway –!/pages/Meet-The-Author/211777542192164

    Comment by mymcbooks | July 5, 2011 | Reply

  5. My granddaughter is the perfect age for these books. I love when books teach our children lessons while having fun reading. Thanks for sharing.
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

    Comment by Carol L. | July 8, 2011 | Reply

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