This book is meant to be a companion to the Secret Keeper Girl: The Power of Modesty for Tweens book that Gresh also wrote.
The devotional is best completed at the same time as reading the companion book. It consists of 7 weeks of devotionals for 5 days each week.
Just like the companion book, Gresh begins with an introduction that provides information as to why this devotional is important and what both mom and daughter can expect to gain from completing it. The introduction concludes with the same beauty challenge pledge as was included at the end of the companion book. This pledge is for both mom and daughter to sign.
Each daily devotional is quite short - only two pages. Each week is prefaced with the suggestion to read the corresponding chapter in the companion book. The daily devotionals include a scripture reference, Gresh's written devotional, and a section for mother and daughter to journal regarding that day's devotion. Each week concludes with a coloring experience. It seems as though Gresh has meant this section to be utilized as an opportunity to further discuss the previous week's devotionals while having fun with coloring.
The devotional concludes with two sections. One section is a Mother/Daughter Baking Finale. It provides a Muffin recipe for mother/daughter to bake together and is originally from her One Year Mother/Daughter Devos book. The second section is A Note To Moms which includes four myths that Gresh briefly discusses.
Again, I was impressed with the illustrations, coloring pages, and design of the book.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.