Literature for Juniors
The Junior Daughter Handbook (2011)
The National Junior Daughters Handbook and Policies 2011 Edition.
The Junior Directress Manual (2015)
The new Junior Directress Manual 2015 Edition has an expanded social media section and a brief navigation of the new website. It also contains everything a senior Daughter or Junior Directress needs to know to start and maintain a Junior chapter. It contains helpful hints, suggestions and ideas. The Manual is informative, inspirational, and empowering.
Leader’s Guide for the Primary Grade and Youth Junior Daughters Study Guide (2011)
This leader's guide is a combination of both the Primary Grade and Youth Study Guides. It is used to lead prospective Junior members through either or both study guides.
Primary Grade Junior Daughter Study Guide (2011)
This study guide is used for prospective Junior members for ages 11 and under.
Youth Study Guide (2011)
This study guide is used for prospective Junior members for ages 12 and over.
National Transition Study Guide (2016)
This National Transition Study Guide can be used by Junior Daughters transitioning to Senior Daughters.
Mary Davenport’s “Work Among Girls”
This booklet contains the original address that Mary Davenport gave to her fellow sisters in The Order at the 1899 National Assembly of The Order of the Daughter of the King held in Atlanta, Georgia, in which she presents the need to start a “Junior Branch” of The Order. As the Junior Daughters were formally established at the Assembly, Mrs. Davenport is rightfully considered the founding mother of the Junior Daughters. The booklet also contains biographical information of Mary Davenport.
A Daughter's Book of Services (2015)
This is a compilation of all of the Services of the Order for both Junior and Senior Daughters. Individual and combination services can be found here.