Growing Up Duggar

It's All About Relationships

The four eldest Duggar daughters- Jana, Jill, Jessa and Jinger- have decided to write a book together telling their fans about all their blessings and advantages in which each of them have been given because they are a Duggar girl. In very down-to-earth conversational style, each girl tells different stories of the lessons they’ve learned while growing up in such a large family. They discuss many key relationships in their lives such as the ones they have with their parents, siblings, God and friends.

I really enjoyed reading this book because I have been one of their fans for many years. I continue to find it amazing how growing up in such a large family seems to have so many more benefits to it than disadvantages. Clearly these four girls are very articulate and well-grounded individuals and it’s a true reflection of how well their parents have raised them. I highly recommend this book for any age and feel that every reader can take something positive away with them after reading it. If you aren’t familiar with the Duggar Family yet, this is the perfect book to read as a starting point to learn how well these girls have been raised to be model citizens and neighbors to their community. Well done, Duggar Family!

Book Blurb for Growing Up Duggar

In a rare look inside America’s favorite mega-sized family, the four eldest girls talk about their faith, their dreams for the future, and what it’s like growing up a Duggar.

Airing weekly throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, 19 Kids and Counting has made the huge Duggar family into a media phenomenon. The Duggar children are frequently asked, “Tell the truth; do you really agree with the lifestyle your parents have created for you?” Now, the four eldest Duggar girls—Jana, Jill, Jessa, and Jinger—open up about the blessings and advantages of living the Duggar lifestyle.

With a backdrop of the key relationships in their lives—relationship with self, parents, siblings, friends, boys, and God—the four Duggar girls open up about their own personal faith and convictions, boys, dating, manners, living in a large family, politics, and much more. You’ll learn how the family navigates the difficult years between twelve and sixteen and what the girls look for in a man, all in a frank and fun book that will inspire teens and adults alike. Including lighthearted stories about the younger kids’ antics, Growing Up Duggar is a wise and entertaining trip into a family like no other.

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2014 5.00