It's Me, Leslie

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Tyndale House Publishers, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 96 pages
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There is nothing like this in your store! This devotional journal series, complete with full-color, fun "doodled" artwork throughout, offers an authentic and often hilarious look into the life and issues of an average 11-year-old. An interactive devotional page following each fictionalized journal entry allows the reader to respond with her own thoughts and prayers. Since kids learn so much from watching their peers, this is a great way to offer them some positive influence--and a lot of fun. A perfect devotional tool for girls ages 8-12 who are learning about their own spiritual journeys.

#2 It's Me, Leslie--Leslie's African-American family is leaving its old church to attend a new one. Readers can reflect on Leslie's life experience and their own in the journal's interactive pages at the end of each entry.

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