Anybody with a small child knows that children love that their parents read books for them, but what about the parents? Maybe parents could benefit from reading books on parenting, and the book “Raising God’s Girl” by Rich and Mary Lou Graham seems to be a perfect book for parents.
The book has just been awarded the Benjamin Franklin Silver Award for Excellence.
The Benjamin Franklin Awards, which includes fifty-four categories identifying excellence in book editorial and design, are regarded as one of the highest national honors for independent publishers.
Even Angela Bole, the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Chief Executive Officer is full of praise for the book, and has called it “truly the best of the best.”
“Raising God’s Girl” has also received 5 star reviews and highly favorable endorsements. Jon Gordon, author of the Wall Street bestseller, “Energy Bus,” declares it as “the go-to guide for raising daughters with purpose, courage, and conviction.” The Old Schoolhouse magazine describes it as, “an amazing book full of helpful advice and practical steps in parenting girls.”
In “Raising God’s Girl,” parents Rich and Mary Lou Graham address the unique challenges of raising daughters. Scripture teaches that daughters are gifts from God. But sometimes this truth can be missed in the whirlwind of emotions, activities, peer pressure, and media influence. “In our shaky world, having Christian parents should be an advantage,” say the Grahams.
The book is available in paperback and the Kindle app on Amazon.