Item description for What's a Girl to Do?: Finding Faith in Everyday Life (FaithGirlz #48) by Kristi Holl & Jennifer Vogtlin...
Overview In this new devotional, readers will learn what to do in confusing situations, and to be the kind of person God wants: pretty both inside and out.
What's a Girl to Do? You want to do the right thing, of course, but what is the right thing? The Bible doesn t say anything about whether or not you should quit the school band or how to tell a friend her skirt is a little too short, does it? Inside you ll find ninety real-life devotionals to help you grow in faith every day, because the Bible does have all the answers, even for the girl who s all that and more "
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.38" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2007
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Number 48
ISBN 031071348X ISBN13 9780310713487 UPC 025986713485
Availability 0 units.
More About Kristi Holl & Jennifer Vogtlin
Kristi Holl is an award-winning author of dozens of middle-grade novels and six devotionals for girls. As a writing instructor with a background in elementary education, Kristi's books are on many recommended reading lists and have been nominated for numerous Children's Choice Awards. Kristi is married and has three grown daughters. She lives in San Antonio, TX. Visit wwwkristiholl.com to learn more.
Reviews - What do customers think about What's A Girl To Do? (FaithGirlz!)?
Great devotional for preteen girls May 5, 2008
While looking for a devotional to use with our 9 year old daughter, I found this one. The format is great, Each devotional is about a behavior or attitude, one day will be the negative or sinful behavior, the next day the positive or godly behavior. Each devotion features a scripture verse, a narrative, 3 examples of girls in these situations, where the reader decides who is or isn't displaying said behavior, a prayer and finally additional scripture for a deeper study.
Our daughter is 9, a few years below the target audience, but still I feel this is a great tool, since she can identify with most of the situations even is she hasn't faced them herself. Her favorite part is picking out which girl is doing right in the "What's a girl to do?" section.