Okay, I know I'm not the target audience for this title (it's geared towards preteens), and I don't have a daughter or any close younger female relatives that I need to share this advice with, but I still chose to review this book since I spent a semester interning for Nancy Rue. Even though I may be a smidge biased because she was one of the nicest people I've ever met, I went into reading this from the perspective of someone who does mentor young females, and this book is definitely a great resource for those folks. Combining practical knowledge with Scripture, Rue gives advice to "Lily" (of the Lily Series books that she has written) and her friends about learning to love themselves and their unique traits that God has given them. It's a great message for any girl who has ever felt inadequate about her looks or has played the comparison game, and let's face it, all girls have. If you're around preteen girls or will be in the near future, then this book is worth checking out!