Friday, June 19, 2009

God's Little Princess Devotional Bible

God's Little Princess Devotional Bible
By Sheila Walsh
Thomas Nelson Publishing

In Review

As little girls we dress up in our Mom's shoes and put pretend clothes on to make ourselves beautiful for our prince charming. Why? Because we are born with an innate desire to have someone in our life that makes us feel like a princess.

We imagine someone who will let us stand on his feet and dance, sweep us up into his arms and hug us, hold our hand as we walk, and wipe tears away as we cry. Who better than we as parents to teach our little girls that God is that someone?

God's Little Princess Devotional Bible was created to show your little princess that God is there to be her King, her Prince of Peace and her forever friend!

Each page is illustrated in a way that will appeal to the little princess in your life. This book will not be a good reference for Bible memory as the verses are taken from the International Children's Bible so they are somewhat summaries instead of full verses.

As I read this book I imagined my sweet friend, Lisa, and her little princess, Grace, reading this book together!

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Book Description
Girls long to be loved and adored, and give their heart to their hero. God is that hero! The characteristics focused on in this Bible storybook will help your little girl blossom into the princess she was created to be. Virtues to create beauty such as compassion, sharing, and truth are highlighted in fun and engaging ways. The perfect format for girls to learn about their destiny as a daughter of their King. Features included are:
Down In My Heart (Scripture Memory)
Beauty Secrets
Bible Princesses
My Hero (Scripture promises)
Take a Bow (Easy plays that are Bible-focused)
I Adore You (Put girls energy to use with songs, scripture and worship)
Royal Truths
Down In My Heart (Scripture Memory)
Princess Charming
Worthy of Love (Ideas to show how to love her family, siblings, friends and those in the community).


Deidra said...

This looks like a sweet book. What age would you say it is appropriate for? The publisher says 4-8, but one reviewer on Amazon said that she thinks 4 is too young. What do you think?

Shelby said...

That looks like an adorable book! I'm wishing I had a little girl to buy one for -- I think my little granddaughter, at nearly 11, might be too old for it...

Bet you've already gotten them for your baby nieces for when they're older! :-)

K Storm said...

Sissy was given this book by a special friend in the senior adult group when she was baptized. She likes this devotional book. The other day I saw that she had gotten this book out again and had been reading in it. In response to the person thinking it was too old for a 4 year old...I usually buy these types of book for the next level so they can grow into them. If you are reading with the little girl, you can discuss things and answer questions...sometimes the 4 year olds come up with the most thought-provocing questions!