Summer Book Club: Becoming the Best Big Sister

From the LYWB Blog Team: We’re on chapter six in our Summer Book Club, where we’re reading Family: How to Love Yours (and Help Them Like You Back) by Jessie Minassian. Even if you don’t have the book, there’s so much for you to learn! (Though we’re big fans of Family and hope you’ll grab your own copy.)

Let’s chat about how important you are, big sister, in the lives of your younger siblings!

As I mentioned in the vlog, we’re answering this application question in the comments today (because I love fun stories!): What funny memories do you have of your younger siblings making their mark on your life?

I hope you enjoy the next chapter of Family: How to Love Yours (and Help Them Like You Back), “Becoming the Best Little Sister.” We’ll meet again next Monday for another installment of our Summer Book Club!

Because we want to get a copy of Family into as many hands as possible, it’s time for another giveaway! Log on to the giveaway widget below, and answer this week’s discussion question to enter.

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About Author

Jessie Minassian

Jessie Minassian is a speaker, blogger, and the author of ten books and Bible studies, including Crushed, Unashamed, and Backwards Beauty. She is the "resident big sis" at LifeLoveandGod.com, a Q&A website for teen girls. Her work for teens and their parents has been featured internationally through outlets such as Focus on the Family, Parenting Today’s Teens, She Reads Truth, Axis, Revive Our Hearts and YouthWorker Journal. She and her husband live and serve at Hume Lake Christian Camps in California, and have two daughters.

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