Go Away With … Ginger Rue

For children’s author Ginger Rue, the best trips are the ones where she can spend time with her two young children. Based in Northport, Ala., Rue, 39, says the best vacation memory she has is of “seeing the unadulterated joy on my daughters’ faces when we took them to Disney World. I’ll always treasure that.” As for the worst? “When my younger daughter got a stomach bug during a car trip to Dallas,” she recalls. Rue’s latest book “Jump” (Tricycle Press, $15.99) chronicles the life of a high school Mean Girl who develops some empathy when she unexpectedly jumps into the bodies of some of the kids she has bullied. “Jump” hits stores on Sept. 14.

“Bring It On: Fight to the Finish”

Like its predecessors in the “Bring It On” franchise, “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish” focuses on a perky cheerleader who’s taken out of her comfort zone and ends up excelling in her new environment.