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Growing With Grace

Written for her daughters Whitney and Madi Jo, Growing With Grace is a mother's loving guidance for teenagers everywhere. In today's world, teens are plagued with choices and difficult decisions, as well as encountering new and unique challenges in society, from underage drinking and drug use to online associations. The choices they make today will greatly affect their future. In her book, Suzonne Underwood discusses those choices with her children and talks ...

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Overview

Growing With Grace

Written for her daughters Whitney and Madi Jo, Growing With Grace is a mother's loving guidance for teenagers everywhere. In today's world, teens are plagued with choices and difficult decisions, as well as encountering new and unique challenges in society, from underage drinking and drug use to online associations. The choices they make today will greatly affect their future. In her book, Suzonne Underwood discusses those choices with her children and talks to them about tragedies and triumph, while sharing with them the principles that build strong character and self respect. In Growing With Grace, Suzonne shows teens and young adults how to say no to risky behaviors, while mentoring them on how to live a rewarding and righteous life. It's a must read for teens and parents alike!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452844978
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/30/2010
  • Pages: 138
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Suzonne Evans Underwood and her husband, Bobby, reside in Monroe, Louisiana, with their two daughters. Becoming increasingly aware of risky behaviors by teens across the country and the heartbreaking tragedies which resulted from them, Suzonne wrote Growing With Grace, a mother-to-daughter talk, to prevent them from making the same mistakes. It is her hope that this book will provide support and guidance to her daughters and teenagers everywhere.

From her own experience raising children, Suzonne Underwood has learned that raising a successful young adult is easier if you have a blueprint. As a mother, Suzonne understands the issues teenagers face in today's society. Her genuine, heartfelt concerns reflect on the tragic results of risky behavior and lovingly persuades teenagers to consider safer alternatives. As a Christian, she encourages using faith as a guide throughout life in the hopes that teens everywhere will grow with grace and dignity.

Suzonne is currently pursuing her passion for writing as a career. She has a love for reading, writing, decorating, and antiques. She enjoys cooking and entertaining, fundraising, Bible study and spending time with family and friends. Actively involved in her children's schools, church, and community functions, Suzonne is already in the process of writing several other books, as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 1, 2010

    A highly recommended read for middle school to collage age students....

    This book is well written and should be put into the hands of kids from middle school to the college campus. This is what I'd call a teenagers handbook for making it through the pressure cooker years for our youth.....

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