Add To Cart
Add To Cart
Add To Cart
Number of Pages: 224
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 6.60 X 9.03 (inches)|
Young Hearts Pure Lives: Staying Pure In A Reckless WorldLuanne BottaWhitaker House / 2010 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
$13.99Save 29% ($4.00)
From singer, model and YouTube celebrity Natasha Bure, the daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, comes a real, honest conversational book that doesnt hold back. Everywhere she goes and every video she posts has one basic message: this is real, this is life, and we all go through it. Whether its acne, boyfriends, faith, stress, or having fun, Natashas view is to simply be honest, simply be real, no matter what you face. Natashas real and relatable tone paired with personal notes and stories will help readers see that living a "real" life is the best life.
Let's Be Real features a stunning dust jacket with embossing and foil.
Natasha Bure is the daughter of actress and New York Times bestselling author, Candace Cameron Bure, and former NHL All-Star forward, Valeri Bure. Natashas passion for music and entertainment began at the age of 10. She has appeared in ABC Familys hit show Make It or Break It as well as in Hallmarks The Heart of Christmas. Natashas unique vocal style and creative songwriting have been featured in national performances on ABCs daytime talk show, The View, and she was a participant on NBCs top-rated reality singing competition, The Voice. In addition to Natashas core values of faith and family, she enjoys playing tennis and staying active with her friends. She grew up in South Florida and now happily resides in Southern California with her family. View Natashas posts on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/NatashaBure/ and on Instagram @natashabure!
Kaycee4 Stars Out Of 5Great Big Sisterly Advice for Teenage GirlsMay 24, 2017KayceeQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Let's Be Real by Natasha Bure is a fun read on being authentic in all aspects of life for teen girls. She talks about friendships, faith, family, health, friendships, beauty and being true to who you are. Natasha down-to-earth voice resonates throughout her book and you truly feel like she is talking to a girlfriend or a younger sister. Natasha gives some great advice and shares some fun stories of her experience growing up and finding herself.
Of course,as an adult, I had a different perspective reading this, but regardless, I found that Natasha gave some great advice. I love how she inserted a few nuggets of truth and faith throughout the different chapters in her book. Because she is young still, Natasha didn't delve super deep into some issues I would have expected from a "seasoned" adult, but rather, she takes that "big sister" approach.
Overall,Let's Be Realwas a quick fun read and I would definitely recommend it to any teenage girl out there.
JanetBelton, TXAge: 45-54Gender: Female3 Stars Out Of 5Reads a Bit like ProverbsMay 3, 2017JanetBelton, TXAge: 45-54Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3Let's Be Real by Natasha Bure reads a lot like the book of Proverbs. It contains lots of sincere advice, not necessarily in logical order, from the heart and experience of its author to encourage readers just younger than herself. In the first chapter in which Natasha wants to teach her readers to discover who they really are so that they can be real, she talks about subjects such as overcoming fear, obeying parents, not being a drama queen, choosing your clothing style, and researching your family tree. (Advice on overcoming fear and researching your family tree are placed in boxes for quick reference should the reader want to look more closely at these at a later time.)
In the following chapters, Natasha goes on the discuss friendship, convictions, dating, family, health, beauty, faith, and being true to yourself, validating her advice with examples from her own life. Girls who read this book will absorb Natasha's insights into all aspects of living healthy and well.
Zondervan sent me a complimentary copy of this book so I share my thoughts about it with you. Now I am passing it on to my girls. I think they'll like her style.