Let's Be Real by Natasha Bure {Review}

This month, we received another fun package from Zonderkidz with new books to share.  One of our picks?  Natasha Bure's Let's Be Real, which I thought might be a good pick for my girl.

Who is Natasha Bure?  You might know her as the daughter of Full House's Candace Cameron Bure and hockey player Valeri Bure, but she also a talented singer and actress in her own right, appearing on The Voice and starring in her own YouTube channel.

Let's Be Real shares advice for teens from another teen, on friendship, on relationships, on being true to yourself, even tips on health and beauty.  It's filled with questions all young girls have and answers to guide them along the way, written in a manner that feels like the author is talking right to you.

Each chapter features a different topic and Bure uses examples from her own life and walk with Christ to show other young girls how to handle what they might be facing.  Smaller text boxes highlight tips and ideas that further each topic, from Bible verses when you're stressed, to journaling tips to help you get out your thoughts, to advice on how to stay safe on social media.  At the end of each chapter, an advice column style segment features specific questions and Bure's relatable advice on the topic at hand.

From Zonderkidz:
With her spunky, artful, and unashamed attitude, Natasha Bure pushes back and gets real. Whether it’s acne, boyfriends, faith, stress, or having fun with girlfriends, Natasha shares her views on personal experiences, and shares insightful ways she’s approached road-blocks. To be put simply, no matter what you face, always be honest and real.
Let's Be Real is recommended for teens, and we fully agree. My girl enjoyed her copy of it and felt that it was a great read for anyone her age.

Disclosure:  A copy of Let's Be Real was provided to me for the purposes of this review by Zonderkidz.