Item description for All Things Girl Journal by Teresa Tomeo, Molly Miller & Monica Cops...
The journal to accompany the ground-breaking series "All Things Girl" provides the idea opportunity for every girl to live more fully as a Princess. With 40 pages of thought provoking questions and colorful areas for personal reflections along with 6 charts for prayer tracking, this journal has become a favorite of young girls and endorsed by parents everywhere as the perfect way to teach girls the value of personal contemplation as a Daughter of the King
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More About Teresa Tomeo, Molly Miller & Monica Cops
Teresa Tomeo is an author, syndicated talk show host, and motivational speaker on the topics of media and pop culture. Teresa travels around the world speaking on faith, culture, and media awareness. She is the host of the daily syndicated Catholic radio show Catholic Connection produced by Ave Maria Radio and syndicated through the EWTN Global Catholic radio network. She writes a column for the national Catholic newspaper Our Sunday Visitor and appears frequently on EWTN Catholic TV and other religious and secular media outlets. She is the author of Walk Softly and Carry a Great Bag: On-the-Go Devotions.
Reviews - What do customers think about All Things Girl Journal?
Great companion to the series Mar 26, 2010
Great resource to keep in mind whats really important, a companion to the other All things Girl books. My daughter found them really interesting.
Journals can help keep a girl focused Mar 2, 2010
As someone who has written in a journal for more than 20 years, I can tell you encouraging this will help young girls with their communication skills and their priorities.
One Good Book Leads to Another Feb 27, 2010
We came across the boys book "All Things Guy: A Guide to Becoming a Man that Matters" through William Donohue's magazine, "The Catalyst." That great write up led us to the boys book which in turn led us to this wonderful series for our girls! Although the boy's book is one larger book and is black and white, the girl's books are in a fun series with great color and graphics but with the same overall theme: It is fun and exciting and a blessing to be a Catholic kid! Each book in the girl's series has some of the same information but we figured that is because not everyone will buy all the books and the information is too important to be left out. For instance each of the first couple of pages talks about dignity of person and that each girl is a daughter of the King. Each book also has a saint and helps the girls learn how to have a rewarding prayer life from a very young age. To keep costs down we bought the series for our girls to share but then bought them each their own journal. The books are rotating around and each girl is busy writing in her journal and keeping track of her prayer life. We were quite excited to find out that these books are now a series on Catholic television (EWTN) and will all be watching with books in hand with great anticipation for some more fun and learning.
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What a find! Mar 10, 2009
What a find! I had been looking for a good Catholic resource for my daughters who are all interested in fashion, beauty tips, media, friends, etc., but there wasn't anything out there until the All Things Girl series. These books are truly a treasure my girls love! Not only because they contain current topics, but also they contain solid Catholic teachings on dignity, vocation, saints, virtues and a plan girls can implement for their prayer life. Each book is beautifully designed with lots of color, quizes, ideas for projects, and an examination of conscience related to the topic of the book. These books are a must for every Catholic girl!
great book Jan 10, 2009
My 12-year-old daughter received this as a gift along with 2 other all things girl books. She is enjoying them and I overheard her telling her friend all about them. That she likes them speaks volumes to me.