I like that each of the Brave Girls characters are from very different family situations and ethnicities, but all of them are learning to be kind to one another and serve God just as they are. One is even homeschooled! Naturally, this is the kiddo who has the most trouble with going along with the crowd. (Hey, as a mom? I get why her mom thinks homeschooling is best for that child.)
I've also enjoyed reading the "Prayer Pointers" included with each day's devotional. That's exactly what they are - pointers or things to consider thinking and praying about. The book gives a sense of direction without smothering. No one girl is presented as the "good" or "bad" child - we all of us struggle to do the right thing sometimes.
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