We received a copy of Brave Girls: Better than Perfect, a 90-day devotional for girls ages 7 through pre-teen to review. This book came at a great time for Bean. She has a lot of friends at school but it seems as though the girls already have their own set of issues. Each day there is a new story about someone not sitting with someone else, someone not being friends with someone else, or someone picking on someone else. Ugh. Hard to believe it starts this early.
I love the plain language of the book but I will say it might still be a little bit over Bean's head. After we read the daily devotional, I ask her if she has any questions and she seems a little lost. But it can open up dialogue for other issues on her mind. The other night we read a devotional page about not always having to be right. That led to a discussion on how Bean thought I liked her little cousin more than her. So even if this book's daily topic doesn't strike a cord with your child, it can help to start wonderful discussions. That's the beauty of devotionals. I would recommend this book to any young girl wondering where she fits in.
Brave Girls: Better than Perfect
A 90 Day Devotional
Published by Thomas Nelson
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