People were right. I took my copy of Jesus Calling and compared it to the "Teen" version. No difference except a few scriptures were printed out. Perhaps more teens will read it if it says it is specifically for them, I suppose. Still, somehow the fact needs to be conveyed that the book is the same as the original, but just a different title.
Was extremely disappointed the title is so misleading. I ordered three of the Jesus Calling books, one was the teen edition and one was for women the other one was the regular book. In which I find that all three say the same things. I don't care about having a different cover - it is misleading in that you think the content is geared toward the teens and women. It seems like false advertisement to me. Just trying to make money off people. Will probably never buy anymore of her books, but so disappointed that I don't even want to read what she has to say as a Christian author. This book was not geared to teens no more than the women's edition is geared toward women.
Title makes it seem as though it's written "for" teens
October 19, 2015
I have a whole section in my Supply Closet dedicated to any and all Sarah Young books and Bibles. I give them as gifts and read from several different ones daily. My daughter is 11 and has outgrown the Jesus Calling for Kids. When I saw the title Jesus Calling Teen Edition, I was elated, as I had contemplated giving her one like mine. I hadn't done so yet because I felt that it might be too big of a jump from the kids version. I received my order today and couldn't wait to take a look at what I had ordered for her. I honestly thought that Christian Books had made a mistake until I began reading other reviews. I am terribly disappointed and I feel that the title is very misleading. I still love Sarah Young and her message but I do not recommend this particular version unless you just LOVE the different cover. I'm now left to decide whether to give this to my daughter or not.