Sandra McLeod's Reviews > Me, Myself, and I: Youth Meditations for Grades 5-8

Me, Myself, and I by Sandra McLeod Humphrey
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Oct 17, 2009

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it was amazing
bookshelves: christian-youth, award-winners, childrens, childrens-nonfiction, juvenile-nonfiction, spirituality, religion-spirituality, devotionals, youth-devotionals
Read in January, 2008

Being a "tween" can be a very awkward time in anyone's life. You're not a full-fledged teenager with cars, dates, and high school issues, but you're not a young child anymore, either. You can still feel the pull in both directions--wanting to be a child and have fun, yet wanting more responsibility as a teenager. It's definitely not easy being a tween, but the wisdom offered in Me, Myself, and I can make the journey from tween to adult just a little easier with the reassurance that God is present every step of the way. Recipient of the 2009 Young Voices Foundation Bronze Award.

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