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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2012
Availability: In Stock
Carrie DenhamIndependence, MOAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5training them up in the way they should goJanuary 13, 2013Carrie DenhamIndependence, MOAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5have not actually read yet. looking forward to it. have also purchased 'Raising a Modern Day Knight'. have heard excellent reviews on these 2 items. so thankful to receive them
swaw0924Erin, TNAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5This book as some good ideasJune 7, 2012swaw0924Erin, TNAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3This book has some good ideas for celebrating the moments. However, it is from far too worldly a perspective for my taste.
Sandie5 Stars Out Of 5I bought this as a gift.December 10, 2010SandieI bought this as a gift for my son and daughter-in-law who have a 3 month old baby girl and I'm hoping that this book will help them in raising her to be a beautiful Christian woman.
Our Country Road5 Stars Out Of 5August 18, 2010Our Country RoadMs. Farrel & Ms. Hanna have created a program called The Modern Day Princess Group and another called Daughters of the King. These programs are 'Rite of Passage' ceremonies that fill a gap that is missing in our American culture. In this book, they discuss what a Rite of Passage ceremony is and why our daughters need them. They give wonderful ideas for creating your own ceremony and information about their programs.But, they don't just stop at the rite of passage ceremony. Ms. Farrel and Ms. Hanna discuss how so many events in life can be a way to show your daughter love, and to encourage her as she grows in her walk with the Lord. She may grow to realize that she doesnt live in a castle, she doesnt have a fairy godmother, and glass slippers arent in fashion. But, that doesnt mean your daughter cannot grow up to be a Princess.I HIGHLY recommend adding this one to your library. Thank you to the Tyndale House Media Group for providing me with a complementary copy of Raising a Modern Day Princess for my review. All opinions are my own.
TrenchMommyUSAAge: 25-34Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5June 30, 2010TrenchMommyUSAAge: 25-34Gender: femaleIf you are a Mom, Grandma, Aunt, or an influential woman in the life of any girl you will not only appreciate this book, but benefit greatly from it, too. Pam Farrel and Doreen Hanna have written a book that will encourage you in your relationship with your daughter(s) as well as walk you through many things we want to do, but just don't know how to do. Most of us want to inspire our daughters and breath purpose into their lives and Raising A Modern-Day Princess is the guide to help you do just that.I appreciated the combination of personal stories and insight that Farrel and Hanna shared along with all the simple and practical tips on how to raise a modern-day princess in a world that wants just the opposite for them. The book is easy to read and offers huge amounts of creative ideas for you to glean from.The focus of this book is on teaching young girls about becoming godly young women. My favorite part of all that was shared was the idea of intentionally choosing mentors, along with your daughter, to mentor her. There is a treasure trove of information in this book to help you at whatever place in life you are at. Not everything will be for everyone, but I doubt anyone could walk away without gleaning something.* * * * *This review copy was provided by Tyndale House Publishers and the opinions expressed our strictly my own