Description : You were born beautiful! In fact, your most radiant beauty is not on your outside but within your heart. There are so many ways to express your beauty. Choose to be proud of your unique beauty. Accepting yourself as beautiful will make your life happier. Read Beautiful Me and become inspired to celebrate the beautiful person you were born to be.
Description : Talia is seventeen, weighs thirty-one kilos, and has been committed to a psychiatric unit. Ever wondered what was inside the mind of an anorexic? This is her journal, Beautiful Me.
Description : Beautiful Me! is the introductory story to the author s up and coming curriculum entitled Beautiful Beginnings c. It strives to provide young learners with a world filled with positive experiences, an increased sense of self worth , creative and diverse learning opportunities, higher order thinking, and fun filled activities that are sure to keep Early Childhood learners actively engaged and ahead of their peers. In this story, Early Childhood learners will discover that uniqueness is a beautiful gift and that every person in this world is different in many ways. They will learn that beauty exists in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Young readers will feel great about themselves and others as they read the text and study the vibrant illustrations provided at each turn of the page!
Description : God loves who you are! In this 90-day devotional for young women, Stasi Eldredge takes excerpts from her book Free to Be Me and combines them with prayers, scriptures, and positive declarations. Day by day, she turns you back to the truth that God sees you as beautiful beyond measure—and he delights in dreaming big dreams with you for your life!
Description : Beautiful Me features fictional narratives paired with firsthand advice from a licensed psychologist to inspire and build self-esteem among preteen and teen girls. This book will help readers discover their inner strength and learn to feel comfortable in their own skin. Positive coping skills are introduced for dealing with difficult issues, including peer pressure, parental expectations, and depression. Throughout the book, Talk About It questions encourage discussion. Additional resources, a glossary, and an index are also included. Beautiful Me will leave readers feeling confident to handle future challenges.
Description : A Hawaiian grandmother tells her granddaughter a favorite story about how much she loves her, in a title that includes a glossary with definitions and explanations of Hawaiian words and customs.
Description : From the Langston Hughes poem, titled Dream Variations, Beautiful Night, Beautiful Me compares the beauty of the night sky to the beauty of black skin.
Description : Many of today's women struggle with seeing themselves as beautiful. When compared next to the faces they see on the cover of magazines and in pop culture, they feel there's no way they'll ever measure up. In "Beautiful Me," LaKeisha Rainey-Collins seeks to boost the confidence of God's daughters by redirecting their attention to their God-given beauty within.