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Reviewed by Leiann Lynn Rose Spontaneo for Readers' Favorite
At the beginning of A Letter To My Little Sisters by Naomi White, the author emphasizes that women are so nurturing yet they need to take a look in the mirror. Women replace love with things and people. Then, they go home alone. On the other hand, women do not have patience. But waiting can make you stronger, according to the author. She states that God made women to be a help to a man. White lost her parents at an early age. She learned from God how to handle neglect and not feeling loved. For example, when she did not have God in her life, she had low self-esteem. The author tells readers to take some “me time.” In conclusion, she gives a pep talk to fellow women, about how valuable they are, followed by related Bible verses.
The content was uplifting, encouraging and powerful for all women, especially for those women who have gone through rough experiences in life. The author’s style is very neat and different. I learned from White’s book to be a strong gal, especially in my faith. I think female readers are going to be motivated and inspired, maybe even a few men out there too. I think readers should get A Letter To My Little Sisters by Naomi White as a daily devotional. The letter to her mother, the pep talk to fellow women, whom the author refers to as “future queens,” and the Bible verses are going to raise readers' self-esteem high. Instead of replacing love with things and being lonely, the author advises readers to look in the mirror and love themselves.