Beautiful Girl

Beautiful GirlBeautiful Girl, by Christiane Northrup, M.D., is a fabulous picture book for a girl of any age.  The reader feels a sense of reverence and respect for her own personal self, while at the same time feeling welcome in community with the feminine.  I am grateful to Dr. Northrup for extending her wisdom to a younger set–which ends up being helpful to everyone in between as well.

While not specifying these special gifts, changes and body wonders (which is good–it allows room for those discussions to occur on an individual basis), this book elevates girls without devaluing boys–one of my favorite lines occurs right away: “These special gifts are just for girls! Boys have their own.”

Although I myself do not have daughters, I am one!  This book will be appreciated by daughters, sisters, mothers, aunts, grandmothers, female family friends, and any person who has anything to do with raising healthy, happy girls.  Which, really, is all of us.  Single dads of daughters, go get this book right now!

The book is a treasure to be shared.  My copy will be donated to the local elementary school library, and I will use it when I have the annual spring “The Talk” with the fourth-grade girls!

Hay House was gracious enough to give me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion of it, through their Book Nook blogger program.  Check it out!

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