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Books: Grace Not Perfection for Young Readers

Grace, Not Perfection for Young Readers Believing You're Enough in a
World of Impossible Expectations

As she grows up in a generation that is busier and more distracted than ever, your tween girl will love the fun vibe and practical ideas in Grace, Not Perfection for Young Readers by bestselling author, creator of the Simplified Planner, and organizational expert Emily Ley.

Today's fast-paced, technology-driven society affects all ages, but it's taking its biggest toll on our kids. Does your middle grader feel compelled to participate in a ton of activities, be an excellent student, take a perfect photo for every occasion, and be friends with as many people as possible--only to end up exhausted and anxious? Help her adopt a new, life-giving perspective in Grace, Not Perfection for Young Readers.

An excerpt

I know firsthand all that you’re trying to do. After all, I was once your age. This is a time in your life when you’re learning, changing, growing—not only in your body but in your mind and heart and the way you look at the world. You may be young, but you’re already juggling so many activities and responsibilities. Some days you probably feel like you’re running round and round on a hamster wheel—going as fast as you can, trying to do it all, but feeling like you’re getting nowhere. It’s an exhausting place to be. I understand. I know how difficult and fast and overwhelming life can be when you want it all and you want to do it all perfectly. I know those aches of your heart. I want to show you how to let go of this whole idea that you have to be perfect in order to be somebody.