- Title: Ten Girls Who Changed the World
- Author: Irene Howat
- ISBN: 9781857926491
- Page: 313
- Format: Paperback
Gladys Aylward Mary Slessor Isobel Kuhn Elizabeth Fry Jackie Pullinger Amy Carmichael Joni Eareckson Tada Catherine Booth Corrie Ten Boom Evelyn BrandWould you like to change your world These ten girls did Read this book and find out how Corrie saved lives and loved Jesus Mary saved babies and fought sin Gladys rescued 100 children and trusted God JonGladys Aylward Mary Slessor Isobel Kuhn Elizabeth Fry Jackie Pullinger Amy Carmichael Joni Eareckson Tada Catherine Booth Corrie Ten Boom Evelyn BrandWould you like to change your world These ten girls did Read this book and find out how Corrie saved lives and loved Jesus Mary saved babies and fought sin Gladys rescued 100 children and trusted God Joni survived and thanked God Amy never gave up Isobel taught others about Christ Evelyn obeyed God Jackie showed love Elizabeth followed Christ and won justice and Catherine rolled up her sleeves and helped the homeless Read this book and find out what God wants you to do
Recent Comments "Ten Girls Who Changed the World"
The stories retold in this book are mostly, in their original form, inspiring. They could have been so here, but they are not. The way in which the tales of these ten girls and women are told is not a good one. The writing style is disjointed, often with pointless and irrelevant paragraphs inserted simply - it appears - to prolong the section to make it something other than a textbook. (For example, two-thirds of a page are devoted to Catherine Booth's way with her father's horse and her sadness [...]
This book is a series of short stories about ten different girls. All stories started out with them being young and describing their personalities and dreams. They all start out with the girl thinking of something they want to do in the future but is not truly meaningful. During the process of growing up, they encounter many different experiences and finally realized what they were born and destined to do. This was an inspiring read because after I finish a story, I would stop and think. It is a [...]
So far, this book is excellent. I highly recommend this series to any girl. There are a few books in this series, also books for boys, which are the "Ten Boys Who" series. Each book has ten biographies about ten girls who changed the world, made a difference, etc. and they're short, but they give a lot of information. I like the way they're written, and because they're not SO long, you don' feel like, "Oh this book is boring, I want to read another one".I would definetly recommend these.
This was a sweet reading time with my 6 year old. It opened up great conversation & helped remind me over & over again of the different ways He has gifted each of us. There were a few typos & a couple of stories that may have been a little too "old" for my little girl - but I think the goods very much outweighed any bads. Looking forward to checking out more in this series.
I loved this book. It has some of my heroes like amy Carmichael and Mary slessor. They are great role models for girls. It is worded in a way that is easy to understand but still has meaning. One of the books of my childhood.
Cute and inspiring stories of great women of God. I read this a long time ago, as a child, but I still love it and find it entertaining as I'm getting older.
I've read the whole series and it is amazing how strong these women are. I'm quite a history nerd and I found these books fitted perfectly into my the history I knew.
Another book I read with my girls of girls who changed the worlds with their lives. Great challenge for my girls.
This book is great and inspiring! I think that every girl should read it.
This book was about 10 marvelous ladies that set out to change the planet. And change the planet they did! And they were good at it too!
Notes:so poorly written we could not enjoy these
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