- Retail Price: 11.99
- Release Date: August 2013
- Page Count: 112
- Size: 5 1/4 x 8
- Binding: Trade
- ISBN: 978-0-7369-5531-7
- Case Lot Quantity: 80
A Girl's Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls
Friends can make or break the life of a tween girl. That’s why bestselling author Dannah Gresh, popular speaker and creator of the Secret Keeper Girl events, and youth educator Suzy Weibel have developed this resource that targets the hearts of tween girls as they grow in and pursue friendships.
A Girl's Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls springs from the life and example of Jesus, a tween girl’s true BFF. It helps her explore questions such as
- Who should I choose for friends?
- How can I keep my friends?
- How can my parents help me?
- What do I do about jealousy and hurts in my friendships?
- How can I be Jesus’ friend, and how do I introduce others to him?
Christian moms and dads will be delighted with the biblical grounding and godly guidance that will help protect their daughters in friendships and help them understand what friendship really is.
“The exercises in the book are both charming and helpful to girls…”
“…interactive, fun and perfect for personal or small group use.”
“…awesome-sauce stand-alone book that is part self-help, part Bible study helping girls think through important issues such as what it looks like to be a friend and how to choose friends.”
“Dannah and Suzy do an amazing job of sharing how some girls can appear to be your friend, but underneath it all they really aren’t.”
“This book is a great Bible story guide that digs deeper into God’s Word on the topic of relationships.”
“Talking with Your Daughter about Best Friends and Mean Girls and A Girl’s Guide to Best Friends and Mean Girls are must reads for moms and their daughters. I especially liked that two dear friends got together to help girls through these difficult years. Dannah’s gifts for the body of Christ continue to bless us. I will give these books to all the mothers and daughters with whom I work in my family therapy practice.”
—Tippy Duncan, Christian Therapist