I got this devotional to go along with the Book that Dannah wrote called The Power of Modesty for Tweens.
I didn't read through the whole devotional, but was pretty impressed with how it is set up. There are seven weeks of devotionals, five days per week. Each week is set up to go along with a chapter in the book. While you can do the devotional alone, it is recommended to do it with the book. Each devotional is a two page spread, with a little over a page being reading and then there are some journaling exercises as well. There is also a Bible reading to go along with each day.
Some of the journaling jobs include: "Write a confession of any lies you have told lately." And then a part where you ask God to give you a desire to tell the truth. Or taking some time to write some personal goals. A lot of the journaling parts have multiple little designs with lines in them, so both mom and daughter could do it if they wanted to. At the end of every week, there is a two-page spread to color. One side is a quote and the other side is a picture of girls or fashion that go along with the lesson of the week. The quotes would be fun to color, but the other page isn't really my style as much. There is also a "Talk about It" section for mom and daughter to discuss together. For example, "Has there ever been a tie when you dressed a certain way to get attention and have people look at you?"
The book is written for 7 to 12 years old, with the understanding that the younger girls will for sure need their mom to help them with the reading to fully understand what is being said. This book could also be done by an older girl on her own, I think, though I think it would be very valuable for mom and daughter to discuss these concepts together. It could bring out some very good and vital discussions.
I received this book from Moody Publishers and was not required to write a positive review.