Katie Bennett is new in town and just can't seem to make friends. But she does have one very angelic best friend- Faith. The problem is, no one else can see her. When Katie's mom and aunt suggest that she start the Precious Girls Club, Katie needs a little bit of faith to believe in herself. Will she be able to convince the girls at her school to attend? Maybe if she puts up bright posters, makes pretty friendship bracelets or lets it slip (oops!) that she has her very own guardian angel. Find out how Katie discovers that a little bit of faith can help her overcome big challenges.
|Publisher:||Precious Moments, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.70(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 10 Years|
About the Author
Cindy Kenney is an award winning writer, editor and international speaker who is grateful to be living her lifetime dream of writing and working in publishing. She has served as the Senior Managing Editor/Writer and Publishing Director for such companies as Big Idea Productions (Veggie Tales) and Exclaim Entertainment.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My two daughters, 6 and 9, both read this book with me and were really tickled by it. It's a very realistic story about everyday girls who put together a club called the precious girl's club. My daughters went crazy about the idea and decided that they wanted to start a club of their own to do it too! I was thrilled to hear that they really wanted to do something like this that is so positive for their self-esteem and doing positive things. Plus Precious Moments has a terrific website tha the girls really like using too. It's just darling. There is another website for moms as well! I haven't seen anything like this in a long time that has really excited me and my daughters. We are telling all of our friends and family about it. It's something you definitely want your daughters to read. It really hits the target age. The writing is kid-friendly and understandable and very relatable to them. The characters are fun and the story isn't filled with any poor language, name calling or evil plots or violence. It's just a great story with a super lesson that is woven into to the story so that the kids hardely even realize that it's in there, because it is surrounded by so much fun. The plot is clever, interesting and keeps their interest. We really liked it and would highly recommend it.