If you have a daughter over the age of seven (especially if you have a teen), you must–and I mean must–get this book:
Brilliant, scary, hopeful, eye-opening, must-read.
Really, if I could recommend you get only one book this year, it would be this one (and get this year’s edition. Not the one from 2003.)
You need this book (unless you only have sons. Or your daughters are really little. Or you keep your teenage daughter locked away in a castle tower. With no cell phone. Or Facebook access.)
Amazon has it for $10.20.
5 thoughts on “The best $10 you’ll spend in a long time”
I trust you, so I'm getting it. Is it something I should have her read too?
Is it for you to read her her?
You are the second person I have heard about this book from this week. I think God is trying to tell me something!!
Seems like an excellent book—too bad it can't help with my grown daughters now….
I have been looking at this book on Amazon since last spring. It's been in my "saved for later" portion. Glad to hear your recommendation. I move it up to the checkout!
You should check out books like What a difference a Daddy Makes by Kevin Leman and Strong Fathers/Strong Daughters by Meg Meeker. Fathers are so important to daughters!