Pigs Don't Wear Pearls

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A large part of "the girl experience" is reading and believing in fairytales. While dreams definitely do come true, God- in His infinite wisdom- has a unique one for each of us. For some, marriage is part of the happy ending. For others, it is not. Yet most girls are groomed from an early age to go to great lengths seeking the acceptance and attention of their male counterparts. Pigs Don't Wear Pearls reminds its readers in general, and girls in particular, that they are God's priceless possessions. A catalyst ...
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Overview

A large part of "the girl experience" is reading and believing in fairytales. While dreams definitely do come true, God- in His infinite wisdom- has a unique one for each of us. For some, marriage is part of the happy ending. For others, it is not. Yet most girls are groomed from an early age to go to great lengths seeking the acceptance and attention of their male counterparts. Pigs Don't Wear Pearls reminds its readers in general, and girls in particular, that they are God's priceless possessions. A catalyst for confidence, this book creates the opportunity for parents, guardians, and teachers to converse with their children about how precious they are.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984237883
  • Publisher: Faith Books and More
  • Publication date: 5/1/2010
  • Pages: 36
  • Sales rank: 686,686
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.09 (d)

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  • Posted May 3, 2012

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    Great Message, May need adult explanation

    Pigs Don't Wear Pearls is a poem written about the virtue of loving yourself and seeing yourself as God sees you: as a pearl. Based upon the Bible verse "Don't give to dogs what belongs to God. They will only turn and attack you. Don't throw pearls down in front of pigs. They will trample all over them." Matthew 7:6. The illustrations by Kimsey Davis are nice and the book looks like a "gift" book in format and style on the inside. The summary lists this book as a "catalyst for confidence" creating an opportunity to talk to your child, especially girls, about how precious they are. In the summary it also mentions how girls love fairy tales. So I thought this was a work of fiction, especially because of the cover. However it is not what I expected. This is a nice "gift" type book, but not a story book. I was disappointed. My 6-year-old daughter didn't understand it. I had to explain what it meant and explain what some words meant like "aforementioned." I don't really recommend this book for under 7 or 8 as a read alone book. It would have to be read and discussed with an adult for younger readers to get the meaning.

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