Being a middle school or high school girl in today’s world is tough. The pressures and issues come at girls from every direction. They are bombarded with marketing schemes suggesting what it takes to be cool, hip, and beautiful.
Tween/Teen girls are seeking to understand:
That’s why pouring into this age is so important. Relationship is the precursor to influence. Many times it’s not easy but it’s so worth it. We need outside help though. Teen girls don’t always always want to hear it from their parents and I’ve found surprisingly very few resources targeted to this age.
That’s why I am so thankful my precious friend, Kari Kampakis, wrote 10 Ultimte Truth Girls Should Know.
This book is written to your Tween or Teen daughter. It tackles all of the issues mentioned above and more.
Girls love this book because it’s about
- their life
- their uniqueness
- their friendships
- their reputation
- their passions
Kari equips girls with TRUTH ahead of time so they are prepared for the middle school and high school years. She guides them through each topic with a big sister attitude.
I was halfway through the first chapter, when I grabbed my daughter and we read the rest together.
There are discussion questions at the end of each chapter so it is great for a small group.
Several highschool girls will be leading my 7th grade daughter and her friends through this book. What better influence than some hand-selected girls to mentor your daughter. This book does the work for you.
Although I have been pinning, tweeting and sharing this book over the past several months, it finally releases today!
You can buy your copy on Amazon here.
A little bit about Kari Kampakis. She is a dear friend of mine who has a heart to equip her 4 daughters to live boldly and passionately for the Lord. She is a blogger at Karikampakis.com and her work can be found on the Huffington Post. We love Kari!
Allison, you are a gem! Thank you for this beautiful endorsement and months of spreading the word about this book. I LOVE what you’re doing with the older girls mentoring the younger girls. That is so smart and an idea I want to pass on. Love you, sweet friend!
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