Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009

Precious Girls Club Giveaway

Last summer, Precious Moments launched a book series called the Precious Girls Club. The series is designed to provide tween girls with positive and wholesome stories espousing Christian values.  In conjunction with the books, they have also launched a virtual world of the same name.

I had the opportunity to chat with the development team for the website. I was impressed by the thought they had put into the various elements of the world, and by their willingness to listen to my feedback (which was not always positive). If you are raising a daughter in a Christian home, you may want to check out the Precious Girls Club virtual world. Your daughter can play online in an environment where you and she can both feel safe.

Our friends at BSM Media and the Precious Girls Club have generously offered a prize pack for one lucky viewer. The prize pack includes:

Precious Girls Club Charm Bracelet

Precious Girls Club Charm Bracelet

Precious Girls Club Friendship Bracelets

3 Precious Girls Club Friendship Bracelets

Stuffed Puppy Just Like Kate Bennet's Dog in the Precious Girls Club Books

Stuffed Puppy - Just like Kate Bennet's dog in the Precious Girls Club books

Valentine’s Day is coming up and these would make lovely gifts for the special girl(s) in your life!

To win the Previous Girls Club prize pack, simply leave a comment* with one positive trait you think is important for girls today.*Comments are moderated, so please be patient if yours doesn’t show up right away.

Fine print:

  • Comments will be open until midnight Eastern time on Friday, January 30, 2009. One winner will be chosen at random using random.org.
  • One entry per person, please.
  • Sorry, US residents only.
  • Don’t forget to leave your email address in the form so I can reach you.

This giveaway is part of the Bloggy Giveaways Carnival. Join in the giveaway fun!

COMMENTS ARE CLOSED – Thanks for your entries! The winner will be posted shortly.

23 Responses to “Precious Girls Club Giveaway”

  1. sarah Says:

    i think it is important to be compassionate toward others. thanks!

  2. Mo (Un-Mainstream Mom Reads) Says:

    For girls today, I think modesty is important. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. diana Says:

    I think girls should be able to learn to be independent and be able to stick up for themselves. Thanks for the giveaway.
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  4. Jill Says:

    To be self-confident and hold strong morals at the same time.

  5. Summer Says:

    I think it is important that we instill a respect for adults in our daughters. summe21@aol.com

  6. Jennifer Barr Says:

    good mannors

  7. beth shepherd Says:

    Thank you for having this!
    I would love to win. I think respect is very important and a to believe in God and keep in his plan
    Thank you

  8. Paula H Says:

    I think Honesty is a very important trait.

  9. Stacy Says:

    I think it’s important for girls to be honest.

  10. MRS.MOMMYY Says:

    to respect others and yourself

  11. Kelly Ann T. Says:

    I think it is important for girls to be true to themselves.

  12. Darlene Wright Says:

    I think it’s important for girls to learn to be sensitive and not hurt each other by making hurtful comments. Especially about appearances and clothes. Be kind.

  13. chris swan Says:

    Its hard but I try to teach my kids that the people we should praise and admire are the everyday people not those stars. And that they are beautiful inside and out naturally…

    So hard in todays world.


    I think its important for young girls to have postive role models

  15. kim v Says:

    Self confidence.
    Thanks for the giveaway!


  16. Dawn Papandrea-Khan Says:

    I think an important trait for young girls is modesty and respect for themselves and for those in authority over them (parents in particular).

  17. chantelle Says:

    i believe it is important for girls to have a good self esteem What a great
    prize! Thanks for sharing.
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  18. Angie Says:

    What a wonderful idea! I think it is important that girls develop a sense of confidence in themselves!

  19. Amanda Chapman Says:



  20. Dawn Hoke Says:

    I think self esteem is extremely important and is necessary before many other good traits can be learned!

  21. Kathryn C Says:

    A good trait to have is to know that they can do anything and to also know they are perfect just the way they are. I tell my Granddaughter this all the time
    Thanks Christy for a chance to win.

  22. Carolyn G Says:

    To be themselves and not to cave into the peer pressure.

  23. beth Says:

    i think girls should stop thinking about what they can’t do and start focucing on what they can do, just about everything that is