Boys, Bodies and Becoming a Girl of Gold
by Rachel Gardner
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In this gutsy and intimate book, Rachel Gardner tackles head-on the issues facing teenage girls: self-image, the pull of the in-crowd, puberty, boys, sex, regrets and godly ambition. Credible yet shot through with biblical wisdom, parents and youthworkers can give this book with confidence.
To her readers, she writes:
I realize that you don't know me so it might feel a bit weird me saying that.
But it's true. I have written this book because I want to let you in on a bit of a secret; you are precious and your life is a gift to you.
It's a secret because few of us know it and fewer actually believe it.
I hope you will
feel inspired to explore your abilities and dreams
be encouraged to protect your heart and still keep it open to God and others
appreciate your life and the mysteries in the world around you
May these words of wisdom help you know that you are lovely, lovable, unique, full of potential and, above all, cherished.
Cherished by Rachel Gardner was published by Intervarsity Press in July 2009 and is our 6536th best seller. The ISBN for Cherished is 9781844743896.
Q: Is this suitable for a 13 yr old girl please? Many thanks.
A: This book is written for teenagers so should be perfectly suited to a 13 year old girl.
'Reading Cherished is like having a good natter with a very fun and very wise best friend; someone who tells it like it is, cheers you on, points you towards God and has a good giggle along the way.' From the foreword by Ali Martin, Soul Sista
|Page last updated||15th May 2013|
|Author / Artist||Rachel Gardner|
|Publisher||Intervarsity Press (July 2009)|
|Number of Pages||192|