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Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2012
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The book emphasizes that tween girls can have a relationship with God and that they can share their intimate thoughts, fears, insecurities, joys, etc. It lets girls know: it's between you and God. Questions/topics include the following: I know I'm supposed to be close to you (God), but I don't really feel like it now. How can I change that? Everyone talks about how I'm supposed to have faith, which is fine, except I don't really understand what faith actually is. Each devotion gives biblically based insight into the subject.
Tea Lover4 Stars Out Of 5NiceJanuary 7, 2015Tea LoverQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4My daughter really likes this devotional we bought her for Christmas - the entries are short enough to avoid being overwhelmed, and to keep her interest. She has shared several with us. The cover is attractive, especially for a 12 year old. My only wish is that it encouraged the reader to read straight from the Bible as well - there is a short Bible verse referenced with each entry, but no additional reading.
Fitzysmom5 Stars Out Of 5August 29, 2013FitzysmomBack to school season seems to be the perfect time to begin some great habits in your children. One of the best habits to form is the daily study of the Bible. Sandra Byrd has put together a wonderful year long devotional book designed for your nine to fourteen year old girl.
From the teal colored leather cover to the daily devotional layout, I think your girl with find this book engaging. Each day is generically dated making it possible to start at any point in the year. There is a nice attached ribbon that will keep track of your place.
Each day begins with a question that your girl would likely pose to God. The next section starts with, Consider this . . . and then proceeds to discuss the question. The next section is a reply to the question that begins with God says . . . and then gives scripture to address the earlier question. The day's devotion ends with a question that is addressed How About You?
My oldest granddaughter is too young to do this one on her own but we enjoyed doing it together this past week. The varying subjects each day led to wonderful discussions about how we feel on different topics and then allowed us to hold our opinions up against the Word of God.
Whether you are looking for something that your sweet girl can do on her own or something that you can do together I think you will be pleased with this devotional.
I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review.
seekingmyLordAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Tween Girl Appeal & Bibical PrinciplesAugust 27, 2013seekingmyLordAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This review is months overdue, but that is because my daughter has actually been and still is using The One Year Be-Tween You & God Devotional for Girls by Sandra Byrd. I had become discouraged about reviewing devotionals for tween girls until I found this one, which I can highly recommend. In the mornings, we have done it together and she has done it independently...without being reminded most of the time. I even caught her reading through it in the afternoons.
First let me judge this book by its teal, leather cover with impressed flowers and butterflies that my daughter found so pretty and I found so functional. It has a journal-like quality, being under 7Â½ x 5Â½ in size, making it rather convenient to carry along. It also has a gold ribbon bookmarker that keeps her place quite nicely. I was at first disappointed that the book was not in pink, previously my daughter's favorite color, but lately she has been liking teal, so she was thrilled.
Inside is not colorful, but not boring either; the pages have a girl-appeal, journal-like quality with decorative sections. A tab layered in flowers at the top with a date and beside it a note in a clean handwriting font with a question addressed to God, common and relevant to many pre-teen girls generally and specifically. Although the more specific might not be relevant to the child that day, the body of the message is still beneficial.
Dear God, I'm afraid my grades will start to fall if I get one bad grade on a test, even though I'm usually a good student.
Dear God, One of my friends gets mad if I "dare" to have another friend. I hung out with other friends, but I don't tell her. I feel dishonest. What should I do?
Dear God, I'm only a kid, really. What can I do to tell others about you? I'm afraid if I speak up, people will laugh at me.
The body of the page starts with: Consider this..." It is not preachy, but helps lead the child into a deeper thinking and change of perspective as a good devotional should. The advice given is gentle but firm, Biblical, and quite age-appropriate, like something a grandparent might say.
At the bottom of each page is another note-like section that begins with "God says..." with a scripture. Next to it is "How About You?" with one or more questions to make it even more relevant and help the child to put what was learned into practical use.
The one thing it lacked is a reminder to pray at the end of the pages. Personally, as an adult, I find such reminders in my devotionals annoyingly unnecessary, particularly when it is written about for what I should pray as if the devotional itself was not adequate to prompt a person on its own. However, considering the target age, I think a reminder to talk with God at the bottom of the page might have been beneficial for the girls who would be doing this devotional independently. So, I would suggest to parents to begin with the child guiding her through the devotional time process ending with a time for prayer, until the child seems prepared to take the initiative to spend this precious time independently with God guided with devotional.
I received a complementary copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review.
JennAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5This devo is getting attention!March 2, 2013JennAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I bought this devotional for my 11 year old daughter for Christmas. I thought it would be like others I've bought her and end up sitting on a shelf, unloved. But she reads this one every night! We went on a trip and she packed it and read it those nights too! It's wonderful to see a real, self-directed interest in a devotional.
hockmana3Knoxville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Tween Devo is Terrific!November 1, 2012hockmana3Knoxville, TNAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5If you are looking for a great way to teach your Tween daughter about having her own personal devotional time, then this book is for you! Beautifully bound, culturally relevant, and scripturally sound, this devotional is a simple way to guide young girls as they transition from childhood into the teen years.
My daughter, age 10, could not WAIT to dig into this book after we received it. I was very glad to see her so motivated to read the word of God!
Here is what she said about the book, in her own words:
"I like doing this devotional because
it is fun to look at. It also asks and answers a lot of questions I have about God. I like it, A LOT, and I would recommend it to other girls my age."
Author Sandra Byrd has a gift for guiding tween girls, and I hope she writes other books like this in the future!
(I received a copy of this book from Tyndale Publishing in exchange for my open and honest review.)