10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know- A Book Review

truth10 Ultimate Truths Girls should Know by Kari Kampakis  is a great book for teen girls.  This is an easy to read book filled with real life stories, advice, and loving reassurance to help guide your teen daughter as she battle’s real life challenges and safe guard her heart.  Growing up is hard and it is even harder to be a teen in  today’s society, where non believers are trying to change and manipulate God’s law and bully anyone who holds onto Christian views and morals.  I read this book with my 11 year old daughter and although she is a tween she was able to relate to most of the topics that were discussed. The author focuses on the Lord as she shares personal stories that every young girl can relate to.

Sneak peek…Truths revealed!

Truth #10- KINDNESS is more important than POPULARITY.

Truth #9- You were born to fly.
Truth #8- Today’s choices set the stage for your reputation.
Truth #7- Chasing boys doesn’t make you cool. It makes you a nuisance.
Truth #6- You weren’t made to worship yourself.
Truth #5- People peak at different times in life. Trust God’s plan for you.
Truth #4- Get comfortable being uncomfortable. Otherwise you’ll never stick to your guns.
Truth #3- Boys are visual creatures. The clothing choices you make affect the way they see you.
Truth #2- Pretty girls are a dime a dozen. Outer beauty attracts attention, but inner beauty is what holds it.
Truth #1- the source of all peace and happiness lives inside you. Learn to listen to the whispers of God over the megaphone of public opinion.

Kari Kampakis encourages young girls to stand out above the crowd and shine their light for Christ no matter what their peers say.  It is okay to be different.

You can purchase your copy of this book…here!

The BookLook Bloggers book review program provided this complimentary copy for review purposes. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

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