These books are some of our family favorites and many have a place on our living room bookshelves. We hope you will enjoy them, too!
A Girl of Beauty: Building Character in Young Girls. By: Carol Fiddler and Elisabeth Elliot. An unusual scripture-based study of character including how to handle disappointments and being a sunshine maker.
Apples of Gold: A Parable of Purity. By: Lisa Samson. My daughters voted this their favorite book on all the lists! So tastefully written so that young girls think that guarding their "purity" is saving their first kiss and older girls who have had "the talk" recognize it means much more.
Becoming a Daughter of Destiny: Letters to a Daughter About Discovering Her Purpose. By: Joy Moore. A scripture-based guide to help your daughter identify her spiritual gifts and begin to discover the divine plan God has for her life.
Growing Little Women: Capturing Teaching Moments with Your Daughters (ages 7-10). By: Donna J. Miller and Christine Yount. Stories and scriptures to read together and questions for each of you to answer. A great way to connect with your daughter.
Growing Little Women: Capturing Teachable Moments with Your Daughter (ages 9-12). By: Donna Miller. Stories and scriptures to read together, questions for each of you to answer. A great tool to improve or build your relationship.
Lessons in Responsibility for Girls, Level 2 (also known as Home Economics for Homeschoolers). By: Anne White. Simple projects with clear instructions to help girls learn skills for keeping a home.
Hind's Feet on High Places. By: Hannah Hurnard and JoAnn Edington. An allegory similar to the style of Pilgrim's Progress that speaks to hearts on multiple levels.
Just Mom and Me Having Tea: A Devotional Bible Study for Mothers and Daughters. By: Mary Murray.
Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends: How to Fight the Good Fight at Home. By: Grace, Stephen and Sarah Mally. Humorous and practical suggestions to bring peace between siblings.
Life Lessons from The Princess and the Kiss: Planting Seeds of Purity in Young Hearts. By: Jennie Bishop and Susan Henson. Includes a ceremony guide.