THE INVINCIBLE GIRLS CLUB - A chapter book series coming in summer 2021!

Publishers Weekly Announcement (click here to read it in the Rights Report):

Rachele Alpine’s THE INVINCIBLE GIRLS CLUB, a new chapter book series about third graders and founders of the Invincible Girls Club, whose mission is to make a difference and solve community problems, featuring invincible girls both past and present and interactive ways in which readers can participate in making a difference to become the invincible girl she was born to be, to Alyson Heller at Aladdin, with Anna Parsons editing, in a four-book deal, for publication in summer 2021, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency (world).

Series Premise:

 

The Invincible Girls Club series is a rallying cry to young girls everywhere to step up and be the invincible girls they were born to be.  

 

Third graders Ruby, Lauren, Myka, and Emelyn create The Invincible Girls Club to prove to readers that you can make a difference at any age and make the world a better place.  Yay to girl power!

 

Each book presents a problem the girls set out to solve.  They may face obstacles and roadblocks, but using creativity, teamwork, the supportive community of family and friends around them, they always prove that girls can be invincible!  

 

Each book will focus on a specific topic such as animal shelters, environment, bullying, or activism Each chapter starts with a short biography of an invincible girl past or present who has made a difference in our world for inspiration.  The book ends with a list of ideas of things that readers can do to be invincible girls themselves.

 

Book One: Home Sweet Furever Home

 

In the first book of the series, we meet Lauren and her three friends Ruby, Myka, and Emelyn.  Lauren is a huge dog lover and is over the moon excited when she gets to go to the local shelter to read to the dogs.  While there, she learns that the older dogs are often not adopted, so her and her friends set out to find them homes.  However, fear and doubt make Lauren wonder if they are old enough to truly make a difference.  

 

Can the girls find the older dogs homes or are the dogs doomed to spend their lives in cages?