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A Girl's Guide to Understanding Boys (Secret Keeper Girl Series) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-10 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 6 user ratings
ISBN:0736955364
LANGUAGE:English

"I was excited reviewing this book. Both from an adults perspective, and being a girl once. Boys too are God's creation. But we are slightly different- we talk differently, our brains are wired differently, process emotions differently. Secret keeper girls are different from normal girls. We weren't made to go Boy-Crazy or to hate their guts. The book was written in a conversational style, as if an older sister was transpiring wisdom to their little sister.

More at: http://kikoprincess.blogspot.com/2014...
" said.

"Hott Synopsis:



Oh No! Yesterday that boy was the epitome of gross and today he’s kind of cute?!?! What in the world is wrong with me?
From your varied emotions to the peer pressure ‘A Girl’s Guide to Understanding Boys’ walks you through it all. Don’t try to do this yourself! Rely on God, your parents, and this great insight to prepare yourself or navigate the relationships she has and needs.

Click Here for an excerpt

Hott Review:

This was great!! My tween and I really enjoyed going through this together. It spurred lots of conversations and helped us work though & prepare for what’s currently happening in her life and what is going to happen.

I recommend this book to everyone who is a tween and who is an influence to a tween. It’s laid out in an easy to read and segment format that’s perfect for remembering the important tidbits and guiding you through the deep subjects.

This book even has a bible study to help them understand what God wants!

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Author: Dannah Gresh and Suzy Weibel
Source: Harvest House via NetGalley
Grade: A+
Ages: 8-16 (plus adults)
Series: Secret Keeper Girl Series
" said.

"I was excited reviewing this book. Both from an adults perspective, and being a girl once. Boys too are God's creation. But we are slightly different- we talk differently, our brains are wired differently, process emotions differently. Secret keeper girls are different from normal girls. We weren't made to go Boy-Crazy or to hate their guts. The book was written in a conversational style, as if an older sister was transpiring wisdom to their little sister.

More at: http://kikoprincess.blogspot.com/2014...
" said.

"Hott Synopsis:



Oh No! Yesterday that boy was the epitome of gross and today he’s kind of cute?!?! What in the world is wrong with me?
From your varied emotions to the peer pressure ‘A Girl’s Guide to Understanding Boys’ walks you through it all. Don’t try to do this yourself! Rely on God, your parents, and this great insight to prepare yourself or navigate the relationships she has and needs.

Click Here for an excerpt

Hott Review:

This was great!! My tween and I really enjoyed going through this together. It spurred lots of conversations and helped us work though & prepare for what’s currently happening in her life and what is going to happen.

I recommend this book to everyone who is a tween and who is an influence to a tween. It’s laid out in an easy to read and segment format that’s perfect for remembering the important tidbits and guiding you through the deep subjects.

This book even has a bible study to help them understand what God wants!

More…

Author: Dannah Gresh and Suzy Weibel
Source: Harvest House via NetGalley
Grade: A+
Ages: 8-16 (plus adults)
Series: Secret Keeper Girl Series
" said.

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