Learn with Lily and her friends just what it means to be beautiful in God’s eyes—inside and outside! In a society so focused on the idea that external beauty reigns supreme, it can be difficult for young girls to figure out what “true” beauty is all about. This unique and creative book for girls (ages 8–12) answers the common questions girls ask during this often confusing and overwhelming stage in their lives in an inviting and conversational manner.
The Blurry Rules Book is all about ethics. Explain THAT to an 8- to 12-year-old girl! Author, Nancy Rue, approaches the subject by talking about those gray areas and hard-to-answer questions that aren’t so clearly addressed in the Ten Commandments. Children clearly understand "Thou shalt not kill", but what about "thou shalt not hate the guts of the girl who deliberately snubs you?
As girls grow up, they find out how meaningful -- and difficult -- relationships are. The Buddy Book offers interesting facts about why relationships are significant, what makes a good one, and how lousy your life can be if they're crummy. But more importantly, learning to allow God to be the Counselor of them all can make them easier---even during the rough stages!
Somewhere between the ages of 9 and 12, things can get a little uncomfortable, particularly for young girls. Suddenly things that used to seem cool to do with Mom or Dad don't seem so cool anymore. As the urges for self-identity and independence from parents begin to develop, potential problems can easily arise. The It's MY Life Book is designed to ..................................................
You might not believe it, but values and virtues are important to children these days. They don’t claim to totally understand what they are, but they’d like to know more about them. Values and virtues can be rather abstract concepts to define; yet at a time when children are starting to develop their own independence and ideals, The Values & Virtues Book can be an excellent and useful resource.
Discipline ... doesn't that mean you're grounded?Doesn't that mean you have no voice? The author Nancy Rue refers to 'discipline' as training that develops positive and lifelong spiritual habits, which give each young girl a hand to be herself and relate to God, to be close to friends and still being able to be the person who God wants her to be.