Author: Natasha Bure
Release Date: March 28, 2017
Rating: 5 Stars
Reviewer: Jessica Higgins
In today’s world it is hard for teens to find someone that is actually worth looking up to. Natasha Bure shows it is ok to be ok with yourself and gives teen girls someone they can have as a role model that their parents will approve of.
Natasha Bure, the daughter of Candace Cameron Bure, brings young girls a book they can look to that will help answer and deal with many of the problems they face growing up. Natasha has been on The Voice, and has her own YouTube channel with videos that show the real person she is without holding back. Throughout the book there are chapters on, friendships, faith, health, beauty and so much more we all deal with growing up. Let’s Be Real is the kind of guide teen girls can use and parents can be happy giving it to them to use as a tool.
I wanted to review this book, not because I know anything about Natasha, but because I have followed her mother for quite some time and wanted to see what her daughter had to say. They are a faith filled family and in today’s society that isn’t always looked upon with favor. I liked the way Natasha gave real examples of problems she had faced and how she handled those problems, even if it wasn’t handled in the correct way, she showed how she learned from it all. There are life lessons in every chapter and something for everyone to take away. I think this will be a great edition for teen girls to read and use to help guide them through many of the problems they will face growing up. We all face problems and the way that she handles her problems might not be right for you but it will give an example to hopefully help lead in the right direction. There is no one right answer but these examples will be great for everyone to use to think about what is happening in their life and hopefully give them encouragement along the way. I recommend this for teen girls, even if they are not experiencing problems, they will be at some time and can be ready with the resources to help.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. The views and opinions expressed within are my own.