Hey! Today, I’m going to show you some of my favorite gift ideas for tween girls. The gifts are split up into categories to help find your gift easier.
- Room Décor
- Art Stuff
Here is one of the cutest swimsuits in the world! It has embroidery, it is one piece, and has a simple design on it!
Do you love watching Cobra Kai? If you do, this is a great shirt for you! It comes in different styles.
Do you like Barbie dolls? How about Barbie dolls that you can pose however you want? Or dolls that aren’t so skinny they are sick? Then this is the doll for you! Barbie now has a curvy made-to-move body! This is a great gift for a Barbie doll lover.
I bet Barbie needs a break from fancy dresses and everything pink, what do you think? This is a great gift. The Barbie fashion pack includes shorts, a long sleeve top, sunglasses, a watch, hat, camera, shoes, and visor!
If your Barbie wants a hair day more than your LEGO minifigures, this is a great playset for you! It comes with a Barbie doll, (Wearing the CUTEST outfit) a chair, sink to wash the doll’s hair, and a lot of SUPER cute accessories!
This is a great book for teens and tweens. It is about two best friends, Zoe and Olivia. They want to be ballerinas, but get cut from ballet school. To make things even worse, Olivia gets leukemia and really sick. This is a great book if you are okay to read about pretty sad things.
This book is another great book that isn’t as sad as Maybe One Day. The book is about a girl, Ally. She has been good about hiding her inability to read. But her new teacher, Mr. Daniels, sees the smart girl underneath the troublemaker.
This book is also by the author of Fish in a Tree. It is about a girl, Carley who has lived in a not very loving family. But when she becomes a foster child and moves in with the Murphys, she realizes the loving life she never had.
Another great book for tween girls is Girl Stuff. It is about three friends, Fonda, Drew, and Ruthie who are going into seventh grade. They want to stay together and be popular like the Avas; the popular girls that all have the same first name. But when Ruthie is in the talented and gifted class completely separate from Drew and Ruthie, Drew can only think about her crush, and Fonda is being noticed by the Avas and the other girls aren’t, what will they do?