March 07, 2014

Book Review: The Smart Girl's Guide to God, Guys and the Galaxy.

The Smart Girl's Guide to God, Guys, and the Galaxy: Save the Drama! and 100 Other Practical Tips for TeensTitle: The Smart Girl's Guide to God Guys and the Galaxy.
Author: Susie Shellenberger & Kristin Weber.
Series: No.
Pages: 224.
Source: Netgalley.
Publisher: Shiloh Run Press.
Published Date: 4/1/14.
Links:
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Barnes and Noble

Summary:

"The Smart Girl’s Guide to God, Guys, and the Galaxy melds spiritual and practical advice with humor—a winning combination as you’re trying to navigate the ups and downs of life with grace and confidence. You’ll be encouraged and challenged with sound, biblically-based advice equipping you to stand up for your faith and live the Christian walk every day. . .plus, you’ll encounter some fun, common-sense tips along the way."

My Thoughts:

*Thank you Shiloh Run Press and Netgalley for allowing me to review this book!*

Smart Girl's Guide to God, Guys and the Galaxy is exactly that! I KNOW! Who knew!? And that's why I'm here for you guys!


Smart Girls Guide isn't a fiction read; there's no main character, there's no plot, and there isn't a cliff hanger!  Lame, right? NOOO! This book is a guide, it's filled to the brim with advice, quotes from God, and even humorous commentary.

The book is separated into different sections, and each section discussions a tough situation, that a teenage girl might find herself stuck in the middle of, or trying to overcome. A couple examples of the topics this book covers includes, having guy friends instead of boyfriends, confidence, avoiding drama, and forgiveness.

This is the perfect book, for anyone who doesn't really have a parent or adult they can fully open up to or talk about this issues.

I know this was a short review, but this will be a book I will always go back to and re-read different sections! The topics were relevant, each section got right to the point, and it gave REAL advise, and wisdom!


6 comments:

  1. Glad you enjoyed this one Lisa! Sounds like something a younger me would have liked =)

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    1. Yeah! It's not really a book you read all at one time, but more something you go back to over and over again. A good book to pick up for any younger girl dealing with tough teenage situations!

      Lisa

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  2. Wow, that sounds like a book my 16-year-old self would have enjoyed!

    Glad you enjoyed it so much!

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    1. That's the same thing I was thinking, "where was this when I was turning thirteen, or starting up high school!" But still it was an interesting read, and I'll recommend it to a few younger readers!

      Lisa

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  3. Mm, it sounds interesting. I don't usually read books like that, but I can see how it'd be helpful to some people. No cliff-hanger, though? What is this???
    ;)

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    1. Hahaha, I know! No cliffhanger sorry!

      Lisa

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