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Being A Girl Who Serves

Being A Girl Who Serves by Shannon Kubiak Primicerio
Shannon Kubiak Primicerio
Bethany House
Release Date:Feb-01-2006





Age Level
9 - 12


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Flamingnet Student Book Reviewer  CMy
Do you live to serve God? Well, whether you do or not this book tells you how you can serve Him and others with your time and your talents, the importance of praying, and much more. It also points out that it doesn't matter who you are or where you're from, God can use you to serve Him and others. Shannon tells interesting real life stories of how God has been working wonders in her life and others' lives as well. At the end of each chapter there are also review questions that let you look at the way you're living your life and can help you to make it better. This is the second book in Shannon Kubiak Primicerio's Being a Girl Series.

I think Being a Girl Who Serves is a well- written book that teaches you life-changing lessons. I think it was neat how the author divided the chapters into different sections, which made the book easier to read. This book is a pretty slow-paced book that takes a while to read but in the end, it's worth it. I think that Shannon is a great role model for teen girls to look up to. I greatly recommend this book to Christians of all ages, but I think it would also be a good book for non-Christians to read.

Rating (0 - 10 scale): 7

Reviewer Age: 12

Reviewer City, State and Country: Upper Strasburg, PA US



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