UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who signed up for the blog tour! If your blog was selected, you'll receive the book in the mail soon.
Watch Zondervan Blog for more review opportunities coming soon.
Hey Dads, are you looking for a guide to relating to your tween daughter? Then you're in luck, because we're giving away 25 copies of What Happened to my Little Girl to bloggers for review.
Written by tween expert Nancy Rue and her husband Jim, this book will help fathers relate to their daughters as they make the transition from girl to young woman.
How to Participate in the What Happened to My Little Girl? Blog Tour
- We'll ship a copy of What Happened to My Little Girl to you if your blog is selected.
- Please post your review on your blog during the week of 5/9. Then link to your review in a comment here, because we're interested in your thoughts on the book.
- Please mention in your post that Zondervan provided you with the book free of charge, for the purpose of review.
- Post your review on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or a different bookseller's website.
More About What Happened to My Little Girl: Dad's Ultimate Guide to His Tween Daughter
This companion book to the FaithGirlz novels, devotionals, and Bibles, focuses on four tween issues – appearance, body and mood changes, girl politics, and authenticity. Let tween expert Nancy Rue, and her husband, Jim, guide you in helping your daughter live as a girl-child rather than a mini-teenager.
Empower your daughter in spiritually sound behaviors as the rate of aggression rises among tween females. Show your daughter how to not only avoid but take a stand on the twisted parts of her culture such as peer abuse, shallow consumerism, and an unrealistic sense of entitlement. Give her alternatives to the toxic media, and encourage her to become part of something bigger than herself through charitable, God-centered activities. Learn to model the growth of a deep, personal connection with God, which makes all of the above not only possible, but probable. In the midst of a world saturated with poisonous role models, it is possible to raise your daughter to be a respectful, confident, God-centered, young woman. Learn More