Liked by Kari Kampakis review

I absolutely enjoy finding books that help girls deal with life. As a mom of three girls it’s refreshing to see that there are good books that have Biblical values and can help mom’s and dad’s raise their daughters to be confident in who God made them to be. It’s also a benefit when these materials offer encouragement in matters that today’s girls struggle with day in and day out. When you find those kinds of resources you want to share the word with all those who have daughters.

This book is one that I believe is a huge asset to girls for today. Kari Kampakis writes this book in a fun way where your daughter can read one chapter a day. It can be used in their own personal study time or within a group setting. She starts each chapter off with a story of a girl and what they are dealing with, she then goes into what God says about the issue. She writes it in a way that encourages you to be better than what you are. She concludes each chapter with discussion questions and if you are using this book on your own you can use these questions to journal your answers.

I felt this book is a much needed resource for tween girls today. Especially, in our social media addicted world. Girls always struggle with relationships and wanting to be liked. I mean, doesn’t all girls, regardless of their age? As I was reading this book through, I felt this book can also be a benefit to the teen girl not just the preteen or tween. In fact, even some adults should probably read this book. I was actually blessed by what she wrote. It was encouraging to remember that we don’t need “likes” on social media to matter. We matter to God no matter what we do or don’t do. Not matter how many “friends” we have on Facebook or “likes” we get on Instagram.

If you have a daughter you should invest in this book.

You can purchase the book here.

_225_350_Book.2081.coverAnd here is more information about the book from the publisher:

Would you rather be liked online—or loved in person?

Social media can be great. But for girls growing up in a generation saturated with social media, getting enough “likes,” comments, and online friends can become an unhealthy obsession.

In Liked, Kari Kampakis offers positive and powerful insights to help girls navigate the digital age. Applying God’s timeless truths to modern realities, this unique resource dives deeply into topics like social media, friendship, identity, and faith—while ultimately encouraging habits that lead to real and lasting relationships.

Liked can help girls think through those questions that may stir wildly in their mind and heart, such as:

Who am I? What is my purpose? How can I change the world and make an eternal difference? How can I love myself when I feel unlovable? For anyone tired of the quest to impress—and ready to rest in God’s unconditional love—Liked is the answer. This book is a conversation-starter that will quickly unite mothers, daughters, sisters, and friends by speaking to the female heart and addressing the need for approval with wisdom, hope, and grace.

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