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Book Review - God's Promises for GIrls

An adorable book!
Great size - 7.1 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches
Fantastic for gift giving – Reading level - Ages 9-12

God's Promises for Girls is written by Jack Countryman and Amy Parker, illustrated by Rachelle Miller and published by Thomas Nelson Publishers.

The content is grouped together in section like “God’s Promises When…” and “God’s Promises About …”. Each topic under those sections begin with a short four or five lined poem, an illustration and then further enhanced with scripture selections.

Topics are relevant to young girls, covering issues like being happy, being thankful, The Woman You’ll Grow Up to Be, Using Your Time Wisely and many others.

Having young girls myself, this book resonates with me. I am going to share it with my seven year old who is just learning to read. The selections are short enough to keep her attention while being full of important content that will stimulate further discussion between us. I can see this book being a great tool to jump start discussions between mothers and daughters as well as being a go to guide for answers when emotions and feelings are bruised. I would highly recommend sharing this book with your daughters. 

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