Brave Girls Beautiful You is a Beautiful Book

I recently had the privilege of reviewing an absolutely wonderful devotional for girls called Brave Girls:  Beautiful You.  Although this was my first time reading anything from the Brave Girls series, I'm certain it won't be my last. Devotions in this little gem of a book are told from the point of view of one of three different girls:  Gracie, Hope, and Glory. The premise of this book is that they wrote the devotions to help figure out how God defines true beauty. 

This book contains ninety days' worth of devotions.  The Table of Contents include "Beauty Basics," "Radiant Reflections," "Works of Beauty," "Beautifully Clothed," "Kingdom Fitness," and "Creative Beauty."  Within each section, the devotions start with a Bible verse; have an introductory question, checklist, anecdote, or comment upon which to reflect; have the main devotional section; and then end in prayer. The topics are all uplifting, encouraging, and exactly what young girls need to help them navigate through the difficult waters of grappling with the concept of beauty. Different topics that appear throughout the book include pride, contentment, helping others, caring for one's physical body, memorizing scriptures, praying, and making good choices when it comes to technology. These subjects and more help point young girls to how to lead a beautiful life spiritually, emotionally, and physically.

This is an absolutely wonderful book for young girls, tweens, and young teens.  Truthfully, even adult women (like myself) could benefit from this devotional guide.

I highly recommend this beautiful book that helps all those lovely girls out there see how truly beautiful they really are in Christ.

Rating:  Five out of five stars

 

 

 

Book Description

Body image and self-esteem are major issues for young girls today. This devotional for tweens helps them appreciate themselves and grow up to be comfortable with who God made them to be—inside and out.

 

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