This book - aimed at the teenage market, but of interest and value to adults too, especially parents - is based on genuine letters written by an Australian Salvation Army officer, Captain Grant Sandercock-Brown, to his own daughter... hence the title. His original letters aimed to explain aspects of Christian belief in the contemporary language and style of young people, and this book sets out to do the same. It is wittily illustrated by Berni Georges, a designer oon the staff of The Salvation Army's International Headquarters. Topics covered include sin, Hell, the death of a child, science-versus-religion, holiness, sex, the Trinity, the Church, the gospel and prayer. They're weighty subjects, but dealt here with a light touch that will be appreciated by readers of all ages.