Book Review: Real Bible Stories of God’s Princesses: Princess Stories
Real Bible Stories of God’s Princesses – Princess Stories by Carolyn Larsen
About the Book: Little princesses will love reading about the women of the Bible. They will learn about the loyalty of Ruth, the wisdom of Deborah, and the courage of Esther . . . and so much more.
Most important, girls will discover that they, too, are princesses—daughters of the King. As they look into these stories, they’ll learn to love God and to follow his Word.
Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who is the most special princess of all?
You, special princess, are the daughter of the King.
You’re more precious to him than any other thing!
Open this book and help your daughter find value and purpose in living as God’s little princess!
My Review: I loved reading the Princess Stories. Children love to dress up like the Disney Princess in the movies and wishing to be a princess. There is a great introduction to this book, “Have you ever wished you were a princess? The bible already tells us that we are God’s little princess.
This book has a collection of 29 women in the Bible from the Old Testament to the New Testaments that are loyal, faithful, bravest, and kindest and many more. It follows the story of the princesses, from Eve to Rahab, from Deborah to Esther and from Anna to you, and the last chapter is all about you. You don’t have to be daring like Esther or wise like Ruth for God has chosen you and made you special, just the way you are. It gives a summary of each of the women in the bible and their character traits.
Each story starts with a princess and a scripture.
Eve the First Princess
Genesis1:26 – 2:25
And a rhyming verse.
“Mirror, mirror on the wall,
Who was the very first princess of all?
A long time ago, before your birth,
Eve was the very first woman on earth.”
These are great lessons for kids 4 -8 years to learn the stories of women of the bible and how to apply scripture to their own lives. It is great to know that we are all God’s daughters and so that makes us his special Princesses.
Ages: 4 and up
Disclaimer: As per FTC guidelines, I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review from Tyndale House Publishers. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.
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