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Wonder Women

Wonder Women Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity

By Kate Harris
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 3.4 Stars

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On 5/15 Sarah Kerner wrote: Wonder Women by Kate Harris (from the Barna Frames series) addresses the issues of modern motherhood with lots of statistics but gives us very few answers. The statistics do nothing to clarify the issue (Yep, moms are both stressed and happy. We're weird like that.) and the privileged viewpoint that ... Lots of stats, but no answers

Sarah 's Rating:

2 Stars

On 4/17 LaLaLaurie wrote: If you're a woman, you're probably familiar with the idea of "having it all" and "doing it all". How do you find the balance between working, having kids, and taking care of yourself? This is what the book Wonder Women discusses. The book is part of the Barna Frames series of books that offer big ideas ... Wonder Women by Kate Harris - Book Review

LaLaLaurie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 3/25 Lydia McKnight wrote: Ever feel like as a woman you have to be the best at everything? Wonder Women gives lots of stats to prove that you are not along. Also, advice is given in order to help you balance all that you are trying to do in life. I really liked the definition of vocation that is given in this book. Vocation is ... Wonder Women by Kate Harris {Book Review}

Lydia's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/18 resourceful homeschool mom wrote: I recently received this book called "Wonder Women" it's in a series of books called Frames from the Barna Group, I would like to share a little bit of the book with you. It's basically discussing how women get through life. How they face the challenges they have with being a mother, for some, having ... It's a good book if you're into research type books

resourceful homeschool mom's Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/23 Between Worlds wrote: The Barna Group recently published a new book series called “Frames“, a series of short but meaningful issues people face in modern society. Wonder Women: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity packs its 84 small pages full of rich statistics and ideas for women to explore. ... Review of Wonder Women: Navigating the challenges of Motherhood, Career and Identity

Between Worlds' Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/21 Terri Grothe wrote: I was thriled when I recieved this book, as soon as I was able I cracked it open and I could not stop reading, it was so helpful as a mom who tries to balance her life as a mom, wife, career woman. One of the most surprising (and troubling) statistics that I discovered in this book is that while many ... Wonder Woman

Terri Grothe 's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/21 Tiffany Malloy wrote: When I took this tiny little book out of the package, I was a little surprised. “It’s just so….tiny.” I wondered if it would even be big enough to say anything of value. Yes, it does. And I’m reading it again. This tiny book is one of many in the new Frames series, a collection of books ... Book Review: Wonder Women

Tiffany's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/19 TMD Reviews wrote: One day I will find a book that I really identify with regarding the work/life balance, especially when it comes to being a mother. However, "Wonder Women" isn't that book."Wonder Women" is part of a series front the Barna Group called Frames, intended to be shorter, more compact discussions of different ... "Wonder Women: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity"

TMD Reviews' Rating:

2 Stars

On 2/15 Gingi Freeman wrote: As part of the BookLook blogger review program, I was sent the book Wonder Women: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career and Identity by Kate Harris. I was drawn to the book because I am one of the starry eyed suckers who has bought into the whole “Wonder Woman Mom” syndrome. Right now, ... Wonder Women: Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career and Identity – Book Review

Gingi's Rating:

3 Stars

On 1/27 sallycat04 wrote: Wonder Women; Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity by Kate Harris and Re/Frame by Andy Crouch is a book in the Frames series that looks at different areas of concern and stress in Christians and people’s lives.  Other books include 20 and somethings, Becoming Home (adoption, ... Book Review: Wonder Women

sallycat04's Rating:

4 Stars