Princess Stories: Real Bible Stories of God’s Princesses

December 21, 2018 - Comment

Princess Stories is the big sister to popular board book My Princess Bible. Princess Stories, appropriate for girls ages 4 to 8, is a collection of first-person narrative stories about 29 women in the Bible―and the 30th story is about the reader, who is God’s princess too. In each four-page story, the reader gets a

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Princess Stories is the big sister to popular board book My Princess Bible. Princess Stories, appropriate for girls ages 4 to 8, is a collection of first-person narrative stories about 29 women in the Bible―and the 30th story is about the reader, who is God’s princess too.

In each four-page story, the reader gets a rhyming verse about the princess (addressed to “Mirror, mirror on the wall”), a first-person story of the featured Bible woman and the special quality her life reflects, a Bible verse from another passage of Scripture that summarizes/relates to the character trait, and Princess Ponderings―questions that help girls and their parents discuss the stories and relate the lessons to life.

Through this book, girls will learn more in-depth stories of women of the Bible and how to apply Scripture to their own lives.

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Anonymous says:

… for a kids’ book club and the stories are wonderful. They follow the biblical stories closely and tell … We are using this book for a kids’ book club and the stories are wonderful. They follow the biblical stories closely and tell the bible stories from the first person perspective. I am leaving out graphic details (tent peg through the head in Deborah) and other things that might scare my 6 year old daughter, but because I’m reading it to her vs her reading it – it’s all good! Anytime I read a bible children’s book I also study it in the bible to make sure it hasn’t added details that confuse or…

Anonymous says:

We enjoyed the book We enjoyed the book. The idea was great! I was a little disappointed in the lack of diversity though. Most biblical women would likely be more middle eastern looking, and what about Solomon’s love who was “dark”? I’m just thinking it could have including more cultural and ethnic diversity than just European looking women is all. 🙂

Anonymous says:

Great idea… but I was disappointed This book was a disappointment and I wish I hadn’t purchased it. The same static image of a woman in a standing pose is used for every page of the story of that princess. My daughter asked me why they used the same picture on both pages (and she is very obviously bored because there are so many words and no action illustrations)! This book would be infinitely better if they had given pictures that illustrated the main event of each of the characters (they had the space to do this; I don’t…

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