idleness, sibling relationships, honoring parents, contentment, modesty, purity, cleanliness, and
feminine biblical beauty. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to do a review on it.
I read this book for school but I was planning on reading it anyway. I liked it so much that not only did I read it for school
but in my free time as well!
Stacy Mcdonald recommends her book for girls ages 11-12 because there are a few chapters
that younger girls might have a hard time understanding.
It's a book you may want to read if you would like to know how to be set apart from the world.
It has a section at the end of each chapter titled "share your heart" which is a question and answer about the chaper. I wrote my answers in a notebook, you could also discuss the questions with your mom and/or sisters (Or if you are the mom; your daughter).
Another reason I enjoyed this book is because Mrs. Macdonald had Scripture to back up what she was saying.
Some of the things I liked about the book is it encouraged me to be more productive, not to be like the world, and that it's good to be set-apart.
The book also talks about modesty, its not only outward appearance but a heart issue too. If someone was dressed in a skirt to their ankles and a very modest shirt but did not have the right heart, then they might seem modest at first but once you get to know them then you might wonder why you thought they were modest in the first place.