Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Hello Stars by Alena Pitts
Lena and her girlfriends are fans of singer Mallory Winston. So when Mallory sends out a call for tween girls to send an audition video to be in a movie with her, Lena can't wait to send it off.
Hello Stars shares the angst, struggles, and insecurities that middle school girls will especialy relate to. And who hasn't dreamed of meeting a favorite singer or being "discovered" and cast in a movie role? Lena's parents encourage her to leave all her worries and dreams in God's hands and let him work out all the details.
Lena has a few scrapes but through the good times and hard times, she learns that God will never leave her and she has a family and friends making sure she knows how much she is loved and cared for.
Hello Stars is a great book for middle school girls as it's not only a wholesome read but it will encourage girls to put their faith and trust in their Heavenly Father who uses us in spite of our imperfections.
You can learn more about the book and the author at the Faithgirlz website.
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of Hello Stars from Handlebar Publishing for the purpose of review. No other compensation was received.
at May 30, 2017
Helen Skelton's book, Wild Girl: How to Have Incredible Outdoor Adventures , is one of the most engaging non-fiction books I have ever...
I'm thinking of starting a new group: Book-Aholics Anonymous. Group members would come and share about their obsession with books, curr...
Several years ago, I stumbled across the book, The Big Milly Molly Mandy Storybook written by Joyce Lankester Brisley. First written in 1...
Are you looking for a way to enhance linguistic acumen*? Know a student exhibiting histrionic* outbursts trying to study for the SAT? Has ...