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Author Unami Magwenzi shares thoughtful reflections and nuggets of wisdom that will uplift and enlighten young girls.
Australia (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Being a teenager in this age is not only difficult but also very confusing and often discouraging. Author Unami Magwenzi shares a book for every teenage girl, filled with insights that will enlighten them. GIRLS’ talk-words of reflection for teenage girls answers the questions that teenage girls usually ask and struggle with.
This book was written to offer encouragement to the vast number of young people who find themselves lost and clueless about how to approach some of the issues that they face. GIRLS’ talk-words of reflection for teenage girls was born from years of personal experiences but also includes the experiences of close friends and other young people the author had the privilege of working with.
As readers browse through the pages of this book, they will find each chapter containing a short story, a scripture reference, a poem and some reflective questions to consider. There is also a prayer at the end which serves to speak words of encouragement for the reader as they move on to the next chapter. Inspiring and enlightening, GIRLS’ talk-words of reflection for teenage girls is a must-read for every teenage girl.
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GIRLS’ talk-words of reflection for teenage girls * by Unami Magwenzi
Publication Date: November 25, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 55 pages; 978-1-4535-9871-9
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