Hopscotch Girls Presents

The Pop-Up Shop Predicament

Join Mia Madison, CEO, in the latest installment of the Hopscotch Girls series, as she continues to conquer the (kid) business world. Mia's consulting business is flourishing, and she's lending her expertise to her classmates' ventures. But that's not all – Mia's juggling auditions for the school musical alongside her best friend, Zari. Mia will have to hire an assistant to help her manage everything. Easier said than done.

Mia has successfully helped three classmates get their businesses up and running using her tried and true business strategies. In book two, Mia extends her consulting expertise to Aubrey, a fellow student, as they collaborate on opening a pop-up shop to showcase Aubrey's upcycled treasures. At the same time, she’s nervously preparing to join Zari in auditions for the school musical, Annie. As Mia's world gets busier, she faces an important task: She needs to hire an assistant to keep her consulting business running smoothly.
Join Mia as she navigates the challenging but rewarding path of balancing her business, hiring an assistant, and ensuring there's still time for fun and friendship. Mia's story is a delightful blend of entrepreneurship, friendship, and the pursuit of one's passions. This is the second book in the Hopscotch Girls series and features 40 fun illustrations and doodles throughout!

About the Author

Hopscotch Girls is a social enterprise created by a mom frustrated by the typical pink/princess/beauty gifts available for girls. Best known for the Amazon bestseller, I Am Confident, Brave & Beautiful: A Coloring Book for Girls, Hopscotch Girls believes it should be easier to find products for girls that build confidence and self-esteem, combat stereotypes, and are fun.
Hopscotch Girls makes products designed to inspire and empower girls. The company’s coloring, stickers, and activity books are perfect for girls aged 3 to 12. And as they expand into the world of fiction, Hopscotch Girls is the go-to brand for tweens and families raising strong girls.
Kathryn Holmes is the author of the Class Critters chapter book series and is the co-author (with MarcyKate Connolly) of the middle-grade novel The Thirteenth Circle. She has also published two young adult novels. Kathryn grew up in Maryville, Tennessee, and now lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband, daughter, and piles upon piles of books. A graduate of The New School's MFA in Creative Writing program, she works as a freelance dance journalist, among other writing gigs.
Luna Valentine is a Polish children's book illustrator. She has been drawing her whole life and began sharing her passion with the world in 2019. When she's not illustrating her next book, she spends all her time with her 3 rabbits: Donatello, Mosser, and Peach, who often steal and hide her pencils.

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