TeenVirtue2: A Teen Girl's Guide to Relationships
Broadman & Holman, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by Melissa Parcel
follows on the heels of
, which is a combination Bible and guide to many different issues for teen girls. The current edition does not include the Bible and is subtitled '
A Teen Girl's Guide to Relationships.
' Set up like a glossy magazine,
offers articles, advice, and quizzes about different types of relationships: with guys, with friends, with family, and with God.
includes up-to-date information that doesn't talk down to today's teens. With references to blogs, IM-ing, and other current communication techniques, this isn't your mother's relationship book. Every page is filled with advice from spiritually mature Christian women and includes Scripture references for God's perspective on each issue. The quizzes are totally fun - my daughter is twenty and she had a great time taking them.
xamples of articles are:
What Guys Really Think about Pushy Girls
Online Diaries: Are You Sharing TMI?
Sibs Driving You Crazy?
Too Busy for God?
The information given is biblically sound, interesting, and fun to look at. The pictures keep things lively, the total effect like a magazine rather than a textbook filled with dry facts. Teen girls looking for God's perspective on relationships will delight in
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