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I know when I was younger and didn’t have “work” stuff to do, during the summer, I was always reading. When the family went on vacation, I’d pack two or three books to go with me. If we were going to the pool for the day, I brought a book with me to read when I wasn’t in the water.
Books and I, during the summer months, were constant BFFs. The library was just our location of meeting.
Here are some of my recommendations for some summer readings for Christian teen girls…
A list of summer reading for teen girls
- Journey’s of Faithfulness
Have you ever read any of Sarah Clarkson’s books? They are amazing. This one especially stands out to me, because it talks about many of the key women in the Bible and how their faithfulness played a large role in lives around them. It also gave me a desire to be more like them. Quite eye-opening.
- Do Hard Things
Sadly, I have not read this book, yet…BUT it is on my “to-read” list. Do you know why? Because all the reviews I have read make me want to read it. It was written by two teenage brothers, who wanted to challenge Christian teens to “do hard things” and be an example of Christ in today’s society. Definitely want to read this book. Maybe this summer…
- The Christy Miller Series
Every teen girl cannot wait to one day become a Mrs., at least I know I couldn’t wait! This series is written by Robin Jones Gunn and has so many inspirational things for teen girls, who want to keep themselves saved for their wedding days. The stories are very relate-able and quite easy for girls to get into.
This book is also on my “to-read” list. I have a couple friends who highly recommend reading this for the godly encouragement it possesses for Christian women (and girls) of today’s culture.
- Perfectly Unique
This books make your daughter see each part of them through the “eyes of God” and learn how to use these gifts to make a difference.
I love this book! It isn’t one of those “miss-goody-two-shoes” type of books, but rather more of a fictional story for anyone, Christian or otherwise. The story is something your daughters would definitely get into…trust me.
- Chasing Jupiter
This book was written by the same author who wrote the book above. Her work is truly a priceless collection of words that put a teen girls life into a fictional setting and makes you want to sit down and find out what happens “in the end”. A great summer read!
- Kisses from Katie
I had this book recommended to me for a while, but I had no idea what to expect. I thought it was going to be some “sappy-romantic” book, but when I started to read it, my life and view of this world changed.
I reviewed this book a few months ago and fell in love with it. If you are looking more for a fictional read versus a inspirational read, this must go on your list!
- Hope Was Here
A great book for girls who are looking for hope in the many things that are always changing in their lives. Some for the good and some for the worst.
What books do your daughter’s have on their summer book list?