Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Girl Talk Guy Talk: Devotions for Teens by Jesse Florea, Karen Whiting


Girl Talk Guy Talk: Devotions for Teens

This is a good book for young teens. As I read this book, I thought the advice a little basic so decided this book is best for the early teen years. I thought it interesting that the page-long chapters alternated between ''girl talk'' and ''guy talk'', making this book good for both boys and girls. Although this book is geared towards both, I assure you there was nothing in the girl chapters a guy shouldn't read and vice versa. I always appreciate when a book for young teens focuses on Biblical values and this one does. This is a good book to give a teen to read on his or her own or to use in a study. 

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.

One of the most awkward things about growing up is learning to communicate with the opposite sex. What is she thinking? Why did he do that? Teen guys and girls know they often don't understand the opposite sex or know how to talk to one another.

Communication is a key tool in life. We interact with words, gestures, and movements. The devotions in Girl Talk Guy Talk give insights that focus on different aspects of teen life to help both guys and girls better understand and communicate with the opposite sex. Various styles of devotions, including stories, checklists, quizzes, fact-based news, text messages, and skill-building tips will encourage and equip young girls and guys to understand how the opposite sex is wired and how to best relate with them.