Monday, August 31, 2009

Review of God's Little Princess Devotional Bible

God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible (Tommy Nelson, 2006), written by Sheila Walsh, is a wonderful story book for young girls. Sheila utilizes the International Children’s Bible (Thomas Nelson, 1999) to communicate God’s Word in easy-to-understand terms. Special features that accompany each Scripture passage are fun and interactive, from mini-plays to songs to what-would-you-do-if thought provoking scenarios. Sheila even offers beauty tips to young ladies, advising her readers to adorn their hearts with the love of God and, “Then ask God to help you grow up to become the special woman he wants you to be” (Walsh, 113).

I would have written this review much sooner, but my daughter insisted we read through the book three times. We initially read God’s Little Princess Devotional Bible at bedtime but quickly discovered it piqued my daughter’s interest, awakened her creativity, and invigorated her inquisition rather than quieting her spirit. My little princess has learned much about the King from this book and is pleading, “Read it again!” as I type. I encourage all parents of little girls to devote time to study this book with their own daughters.

1 comments:

Cindy said...

I've read this with my daughter and she loved it. I'm happy you're giving the book extra exposure--it was such a blessing to be able to share this with my little one.

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