Every Daughter Should Have a Book Like This to Remind Her How Wonderful She Is

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Blue Mountain Press, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 64 pages
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?A daughter is the sweetest and most beautiful gift anyone could ever be blessed with.? - Douglas Pagels We all know that the heart is capable of amazing things? but we never really understand how tenderly it can be touched, or how deeply it can be filled, until a daughter comes into the world. How could anyone inspire so much joy? How could one person make your heart overflow so easily, and how could she capture it so completely? Everyone with a daughter already knows the answer. Because she's so endearing, that's why. And because she just keeps getting more and more wonderful as the years go by. If you?d like to tell your daughter how special she is, it would be hard to find a more loving way to say it -- than with a keepsake like this. A precious daughter deserves a treasured book. She should have the perfect words to celebrate everything about her; words you?d like to say and share and last forever. And you?ll find all those perfect words right here? just waiting to touch her heart. Douglas Pagels writes about daughters in the same wonderful way he writes about everything: with words that reflect the feelings in our own hearts. As a bestselling author and editor, he has inspired millions of readers with his insights and his anthologies. No one is better at touching on so many subjects that are deeply personal and truly universal at the same time.

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Douglas Pagels is the author and/or editor of more than a dozen titles, with more than 1.5 million copies in print. In addition to writing and editing books, Pagels serves as an advocate for local environmental issues, a classroom volunteer, and a basketball coach for youngsters. He is also proud to say that he is a craftsman who built his very own cabin in the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

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