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Dear Daughter by Jamie Chin
Illustrated by Alena Karabach
About the Book
In a world where girls are pressured to look or act a certain way, the sentiment of this book says you love her just the way she is. Let’s have our girls internalize this message from the start – that they are perfect just as they are! Instilling confidence and self-acceptance in our girls from the beginning will pave the way for a bright future and help create a better world for generations of daughters to come.
About the Author
Jamie Chin is a mental health therapist by day and a writer by night.
She earned her master’s degree in psychology and works as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist at a community college. As a therapist, mother, and writer, her days are filled with caring for others, running an online business, and helping young college students transition into adulthood.
Jamie strongly believes in the power of reading and its effects on young children’s minds. Books help children have adventures they might have never had, and stories like this one, can help build their self esteem and self agency.
Her inspiration for her first book, Dear Daughter, comes from her own two daughters. She wrote it as a love letter to them and hopes that this book can be used by other mothers who wish to express their unconditional love for their daughters.
When she isn’t writing, she’s enjoying nature, obsessing over dogs, or watching Netflix in her sweatpants. She lives with her husband of 25 years in Northern California.
In this beautifully illustrated children’s book a mother speaks affirming words to her daughter. The mother daughter relationship is a wonderful one and this mother wants to let her daughter know how special she is. Daughters are one-of-a-kind and overflowing with potential. Mother’s will love to read this book to their daughters to remind them of their unconditional love.