God's Wisdom for Little Girls by Elizabeth George take virtues found in Proverbs 31 and writes each trait with "God's Little Girl is..." There is a rhyme, and then a scripture from Proverbs 31, as seen in the above picture.
Since I had two false starts on this book, I'd love it if any readers read it with their girls to tell us how it went. It was originally written by M. Hale and some grandmothers remember it back in the 1920s and 1930s. The publisher says the purpose of Beautiful Girlhood is to encourage our girls to a "nobler life and higher ideals."
I may just have to try for my third time to read this aloud (once with my older daughter, Blair), and twice with my younger daughter, Mary—especially because the Biblical virtues it writes of are timeless, and I need it, too!
Here's my littlest princess on her 7th birthday. She is "feeling" her present because she was born blind. Don't feel sorry for her, she is the most contented person I know! You can read a post I wrote on her here. I'm so thankful for both of my girls! May God bless you as you point your little girl to the God who made her!
"Who can find a virtuous woman?
For her price is far above rubies."
"Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain;
but a woman who fears the Lord, she shall be praised."
Walk by Faith,