This is a poem that offers a prayer of hope for a girl as she moves from a young child to becoming a woman.
Beautiful illustrations help celebrate this poem that offers encouragement, hope, and success.
If you're looking for a prayer in the traditional sense of the word, this may disappoint you.
Not long after I started reading, my daughter wanted to stop and just look at the pictures. She focused on the animals, particularly the owl who was the child's companion from page to page.
This is a lovely, illustrated poem. Although it is described as a "prayer" on the jacket flap, there is nothing that points to organized religion. The illustrations are beautiful and the girl's image changes race, hair color, etc., making it easy for any girl to see herself in these wishes for success.
This is a non-rhyming illustrated poem.
This is a book meant to be shared. The poem speaks to an adult's wish for success, hope, and the strength to be yourself.
6 to 9
2 to 5
Read with and by a 7-year-old girl.
Buy. This is a book that would make a lovely gift for parents-to-be or a graduation gift for a young woman ready to step out on her own.
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