Saturday, June 15, 2024

"It's Good To Be A Girl" A Celebration of All That God Made Girls to Be - [Review & Giveaway]

Young girls will learn that they have been carefully designed by God
and that whatever they do in life, they can reflect
 who God is by following Jesus.

My thoughts:  Beautifully written to show girls that it is good, it is wonderful, it is great to be a girl. Also, that a girl can do many things that years ago were thought inappropriate for them or that they were thought to be incapable of doing.

Girl's strength to be and do wonderful things can come from a relationship with Jesus and the God of the Bible. 

I think that this story book gives faith driven families an opportunity to show their girls that God the Father and His son Jesus empowers them to have the desire, strength, knowledge, and perseverance to be and do what their heart desires.

A lovely book and one I recommend.

About the book: Celebrates that God made girls in his image and explores all the wonderful things he designed them to be and to do.

This beautifully illustrated book celebrates that God made girls in his image and explores all the wonderful things he designed them to be and to do.

Girls aged 3-7 will learn that they are good and necessary, how God calls different women to do different things, and how trusting in Jesus is the key to help us love and serve others wherever we are.

Follow along as a little girl learns from her mother all about real women from the Bible and later history. Together they imagine lots of different ways in which we can reflect God's character and help those around us today, whether that's through being a mom or a missionary, a truck driver or a teacher! Secret word: dignity  Downloads - activities 

Enter 2 win a copy of this book.
Begins June 15
Ends July 14 @ 12:01 a.m. EDT
Open to USA addresses only.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given. Winner's prize copy is provided and mailed directly to the winner by The Good Book Company. Chat With Vera is not responsible for lost or misdirected prizes.


  1. I would love to read Helen Roseveare
    The Doctor Who Kept Going No Matter What and Queen Elizabeth II
    The Queen Who Chose To Serve.


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