Item description for Dear Diary: A Girl's Book of Devotions (Lily Series) by Susie Shellenberger...
Overview Written in the style of a young girl writing to her diary, this hip and cool devotional with biblical life guidance helps girls ages 8 to 12 deal with the struggles they face as preadolescents.
Publishers Description The years between ages 8-12 can be an awkward and uncertain time for many girls. Not quite a little girl, but still not a teenager—just in between. Well, author and teen advocate, Susie Shellenberger introduces a unique and creative devotional just for girls ages 8-12 in a way that is totally cool. Dear Diary is a hip new devotional that addresses many of the issues facing young girls today, by providing biblically based solutions at a time when straight answers and solutions to real-life challenges aren’t always so clear-cut. Written in the style of a young girl writing in her diary, each devotion not only offers guidance but also encourages girls to develop their God-confidence.
Citations And Professional Reviews Dear Diary: A Girl's Book of Devotions (Lily Series) by Susie Shellenberger has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Christian Retailing - 09/22/2000 page 18
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.43" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2000
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
Grade Level Middle School
Series Lily Series
ISBN 0310700167 ISBN13 9780310700166 UPC 025986700164
Availability 0 units.
More About Susie Shellenberger
Susie Shellenberger has written more than 40 books and is an international speaker for women's groups and teens. Susie lives in Oklahoma. Kathy Gowler, an author and speaker, has counseled teen girls and encouraged moms around the world. Kathy and her husband have two adult children and live in Colorado.
Susie Shellenberger currently resides in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado.
Susie Shellenberger has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Dear Diary?
One of the best devotionals for girls Feb 25, 2003
I love this book! It is really good. I have only done a few, but they are good. This is a great book for girls. One thing did not really apply to me, however. This book deals with a lot of things that happen when you go to public school and maybe a little private school. I am homeschooled, so this book did not fit me right in all ways, but not enough to make me change the number of stars.
An answer to prayer Dec 5, 2002
My 11 year old daughter accepted Jesus as her savior at the age of 9. But, she never read the bible or devotions on a regular basis. About a week ago I prayed about this over several days, and, I saw the flyer in Our Daily Bread for Dear Diary. I ordered it, gave it to my daughter and she loves it!! It truly is an answer to my prayers!! I have read through it and it deals with current issues that preteens and teens face. It provides wisdom, guidance, and encouragement to them in a world that has all but squeezed God out of every aspect of our lives. thank you for an answer to my prayers!! Pam Black
Great Start for Preteen Girls Seeking Answers About God/Life Aug 4, 2001
Each entry is written in a "Dear Diary" format, as if a preteen were actually writing in her diary each night. A real-life problem is presented on a page in the "diary," and then discussed, relating the problem to a girl's feelings about what was going on and what the Bible has to say about it. The discussion section provides spaces for writing in personal feelings, prayers, Bible verses, and answers to questions. My 11-yr-old daughter had been asking more about her relationship with God, and was also worrying about starting middle school and all the issues that go along with that. We got this book and she and I read at least one entry per night and talk about it together. She looks up the Bible verses and writes her own thoughts and feelings in the book. She really likes the book, and the opportunity it provides for us to spend time together talking about things that matter to her.