A Girl's Guide to Life: The Truth on Growing Up, Being Real, and Making Your Teen Years Fabulous!

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Thomas Nelson Inc, Jun 22, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 224 pages
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A Girl's Guide to Life offers girls a fun, healthy approach to facing their adolescent years.

This complete resource helps teenage girls deal with all the traumas, dramas, and triumphs in their lives. The book is divided into Body, Mind, and Soul sections to address the relevant issues in each area of a young womanís life. Itís "the" book for any girl wondering whatís happening to her body, soul, and mind during these crazy years.

Revised and updated to include information on texting, sexting, and the viral cultural in which teens live, this book will help girls navigate their way through what can be a very tumultuous time in life.

With conversations with real teen girls, a foundation on God and the Bible, and helpful tips and questions for the reader, girls will gain an encouraging and fresh perspective on their lives.

A Girl's Guide to Life offers teen girls a new approach to facing their adolescent years.

  

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Review: A Girl's Guide to Life: The Truth on Growing Up, Being True, and Making Your Teen Years Fabulous!

User Review  - Christina Weigand - Christianbook.com

Going online, Guys-What's up with Them, Religion: These are just three of the chapter titles that Katie Meier covers in her book A Girl's Guide to Life.With the use of stories, charts, Bible ... Read full review

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User Review  - LeAnne - Christianbook.com

We have used this book and it's previous version for our 6th grade girls retreat for the last several years. It is a very frank and open book about becoming a Christian woman and deals matter of ... Read full review

Contents

BODY
75
SOUL
149
Conclusion
210
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About the author (2010)

Katie Meier's writing serves readers a new kind of personal empowerment based on inner honesty and a common-sense approach to the world we face. This message runs throughout her books A Girl's Guide to Life and in her work on the Revolve: Psalms and Proverbs Bible.

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