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When Kari Kampakis wrote a blog post titled "10 Truths Young Girls Should Know", the post went viral and was shared 74,000 times on Facebook and pinned 20,000 times on Pinterest. Obviously her message strikes a chord. This nonfiction book for teen and tween girls expands on these 10 truths and can reach the hearts of both mothers and daughters. Teen girls deal daily with cliques, bullying, rejection, and social media fiascos. Kari wants girls to know that they don't have to compromise their integrity or their futures to find love, acceptance, and security. Her 10 truths include:

  • Kindness is more important than popularity.
  • People peak at different times of life. Trust God's plan for you.
  • Get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Otherwise you'll never stick to your guns.
  • You were born to fly.

Filled with practical advice and loving support, 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know is a timely and approachable list of guidelines that will help young girls navigate a broken world and become the young women God made them to be.

©2014 Kari Kampakis (P)2016 Tantor

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wow...

I was just planning on listening so I could understand my daughter better being her father. I had no idea the emotional struggle that girls go through. even being past 40 years old, I still had misconceptions about what girls experience. Thanks for sharing. Very educational.

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