Dear Diary : A Girls Book Of Devotions
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.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310700166
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 2000
Lily – Zondervan
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