Posted 29 April 2009 - 08:23 AM
I started using this with my 10.5 year old this year. It has sparked some interesting conversations and some food for thought for her. Another friend doesn't believe her 13 year old is ready for this book. I wanted my oldest to be exposed and thinking about some of the topics in the book before she runs into them IRL. We haven't been consistent in doing this book because it is hard to find some time away from little sister. Right now little sister is that little "angel on your shoulder telling you what you did wrong", and if she listened in, I think she would drive her sister mad!
Why don't you start reading the book and see if you think your dd would benefit at this time?