Monster Village

Gamer Girls are four besties who prove that girls can game! But when a new game comes out, it's not a hit with everyone. Maybe they should stick to video game battles instead of middle school arguments!

Celia, Natalie, Lucy, and Jess are the Gamer Girls—four gamers devoted to showing that girls can game, too. They stream together every Friday night and they’re also BFFs.
 
Celia is the artsy, creative one of the group, so it’s no surprise when she starts designing merch for their new club. But when she falls in love with a new, cozy game called Monster Village, it’s a far cry from her friends’ action-packed battle royales. Can the Gamer Girls find common ground, or is their new club doomed?

In this second illustrated book of the all-new series, Gamer Girls,four friends navigate the video game world and the middle school world . . . if only they could solve drama like defeating monsters! This series is perfect for teens and tween readers who love video games.

About the Author

Andrea Towers is a writer based in New York who has worked in the entertainment industry for over a decade and lived in geek spaces for a lifetime. Her book and comic work includes Geek Girls Don't Cry: Real-Life Lessons From Fictional Female Characters, Trolls: Comictivity, and Octobriana With Love. Her writing on pop culture has appeared in outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, Marvel, and Nerdist, Bustle, IGN, Variety, Mashable, The Wrap, Uproxx, TV Guide, and more.

Alexis Jauregui is a Peruvian-Chinese illustrator/story artist from Southern California. She has worked at places such as DreamWorks and Cartoon Network. When she isn't drawing or playing Animal Crossing or Pokémon, she is traveling around trying new foods, sipping her favorite boba, as well as listening to podcasts about fairy tales and spooky stories.  

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