It's quite a transition to move from being a girl to becoming a teen. You're just figuring out who you are, and pressure from parents, teachers, friends, boys, and the media can cloud how you see yourself. Every girl is unique and beautiful, but you may not see yourself that way. Using journaling, Scriptures, quizzes, creative activities, and straight talk, Nancy Rue helps you explore the big questions of identity and self-esteem. Lean how to be authentically you as you grow and develop into the young woman God intends you to be! Recommended for ages 8 to 12.
This new Faithgirlz! book helps girls ages eight to twelve develop God-centered self-esteem. Every girl is unique and beautiful, but not every girl sees herself that way. And with the often conflicting messages girls getfrom the media, from boys, from parents and teachers, and from each otherits no wonder that many of them never learn who they really, truly are. As a result, girls regularly hand over decisions and choices ofVarying importance to friends and peers who are less qualified to make them, with often tragic consequences. In Everybody Tells Me to Be Myself But I Don't Know Who I Am, girls explore the big questions about authenticity and self-esteem through journaling, Scriptures, quizzes, and creative activities, as well as straight talkin language just right for girls eight to twelvefrom Faithgirlz! author Nancy Rue, who helps each girl grow into the young woman God created her to be.
Nancy Rue has written over 100 books for girls, is the editor of the Faithgirlz Bible, and is a popular speaker and radio guest with her expertise in tween and teen issues. She and husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now live in Tennessee.