A Mom’s Guide to Lies Girls Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free
You can’t change the world, but you can prepare her for it.
Your daughter is facing challenges you never dealt with at her age! From skyrocketing anxiety rates to bullying on social media, the Enemy’s lies are everywhere. How do you help the girl you love walk in freedom?
Mom’s Guide to Lies Girls Believe, the companion book to Lies Girls Believe is your tool to come alongside your daughter in the fight against the lies the world is telling her. Based on in-depth research and focus groups led by Dannah Gresh, author of Secret Keeper Girl and Lies Young Women Believe (Coauthored with Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth,) Lies Girls Believe teaches your daughter the Truth she will need to navigate the challenges she is facing. The Mom’s Guide provides research, cultural trends, and case studies about the problems tween girls face, but also offers encouragement and biblical insight to empower you to talk with your daughter about God’s truth.
Together, these books give you the tools you need to start important conversations at an age-appropriate pace. Topics include:
Lies about God
Lies about Friendship
Lies about the Future
Lies about Myself
Lies about Boys
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Not great, but tolerable. Writing is not well done. Characters are cheesy or very unlikable. Minor editing glitches but not enough to stop you reading. You wouldn't re-read it. Not likely to recommend to a friend.
Not a waste of time, but not memorable. Plot, characters and writing style have merit. May falter but will keep you reading. Will recommend it to a friend, but it wouldn’t go on your keeper shelf.
Very memorable and a delight to read. Writing style, characters and plot are well developed. Highly likely to recommend it to your friends. Deserves a spot on your bookshelf. Stay up late to keep reading!
Excellent! Putting it down is not an option. Loved the characters and the plot. Start checking authors back list. The writing and editing were superb. Most favorite authors fit this category.