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God's Little Princess Devotional Bible: Bible Storybook Hardcover – October 31, 2006


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Product Details

  • Age Range: 4 - 7 years
  • Grade Level: Preschool and up
  • Hardcover: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson; Reprint edition (October 31, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400308798
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400308798
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 6.5 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #489,309 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Sheila Walsh, Women of Faith® speaker, is the author of the award-winning Gigi, God's Little Princess® series, God Loves Broken People, The Shelter of God's Promises, and a novel, Sweet Sanctuary. Sheila lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Barry, and son, Christian.

More About the Author

Sheila Walsh is an author, speaker and Bible teacher who has sold over 4 million books. Her heart is to show what happens when your real life meets the Word of God. She is the author of the #1 best-selling line of Christian books for little girls, "Gigi, God's Little Princess." Sheila is the creator of Children of Faith and the Gnoo Zoo, a ministry to children that communicates God's love for them. She is the author of several books for women including "Honestly," "Gifts for Your Soul," "Living Fearlessly," and "The Best Devotions of Sheila Walsh", "The Shelter of God's Promises" and her latest book, "God Loves Broken People and those who pretend they're not." As an accomplished musician, Sheila has recently released the CD "Beauty From Ashes." Sheila, her husband, Barry and their son, Christian live in Dallas, Texas.

Customer Reviews

My daughter read this book everynight!
Jolene Suir
God's Little Princess Devotional Bible by Sheila Walsh This sweet book teaches young girls about the inner beauty and character qualities that make a true princess.
T. Mitchell
The book itself is very easy to read and understandable to young girls.
C. Lewis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By blbooks on April 1, 2010
Format: Hardcover
God's Little Princess Devotional Bible features Scripture selections from the International Children's Bible (ICB).

Here are some of the other features of this book: "Down In My Heart", "Beauty Secrets", "Bible Princesses", "My Hero", "Take A Bow", "I Adore You!", "Princess Charming", "Worthy of Love", and "Royal Truths."

The "Take A Bow" features share a dramatized skit for mothers and daughters to perform together. "I Adore You!" focuses on songs, music, praising God. "Princess Charming" is all about manners and etiquette. "Bible Princesses" focuses on women from the Bible. "Down In My Heart" focuses on memory verses. Each feature serves a purpose. I suppose that is where the "devotional" part comes in.

If you've got a young girl in your life--daughter, granddaughter, niece--then she may enjoy this one. Especially if she loves pink. Especially if she loves dressing up. Especially if she's a girly-girl. But not all girls love these things. Some of these activities ("devotions") may be more appealing than others.

I am not such a big fan of this one. But that doesn't mean you won't be. I would have liked to see more Scripture, less devotion. More emphasis on sharing God's Word, less attention on the activities and extensions. It depends on the reader I suppose.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Kupferer on June 30, 2009
Format: Hardcover
As my daughter is getting ready to turn one, I am really starting to think about what resources are available to help me as a parent. I think I know what the boys need a lot better than I know what my little girl needs. So, when I saw God's Little Princess Devotional Bible, I was quick to pick it up. This devotional Bible is geared toward girls age 4-7 and I would say Walsh has done a good job writing for that age group. The Scriptures are taken from the International Children's bible, which means they are written so that little girls will understand the verses.

Along with the Scripture, this devotional Bible contains several other features. Everything from Scripture memory, tips on being beautiful on the inside, profiles of women in the Bible, Scripture promises, skits, songs to sing, teaching manners and values. Each feature is full of fun activities and questions to help your little princess grow. If you are looking for something to help you and your daughter spend time in the Bible together, God's Little Princess Devotional Bible will be a huge help.

There is only one problem I have with this book: the almost complete absence of dads within its pages. There are only four mentions of "dad" throughout the book, all in the combination of "mom and dad." A few other times, parents are mentioned. But every other time there is a reference to a parent, it is always mom. And I understand the need for daughters to spend time with their mothers and the fact that during the day mothers are more likely to be home, but let's not neglect dads. If there was a mention at the beginning of the book stating it was going to focus on the mother/daughter relationship, then I would be fine with it. If you are a dad like me and want to use this devotional with your daughter, then you will need to adjust some of the wording.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By C. Lewis on January 29, 2010
Format: Hardcover
With two little princesses in my own home, I completely relate to the idea that every little girls wants to be her own princess. This book does a great job at working to help parents to aid their daughters in the process of not only becomming their princess but as the book explains, God's princess.

The book itself is very easy to read and understandable to young girls. The book is geared toward girls ages 4-7, but it could be read by ages a bit older as well. I found that the book itself it truly written on the level of a young girl. With terms typically heard from a young girls' mouth, my eldest (Diva-J) had an easy time relating to what was said.

I also liked the fact that the book itself was written with many interactive components within it as well. Using not only the written language, but interspersing skits and other interactive components makes the stories, morals and values presented jump off the page.

I liked how the book was broken into different parts, including such things as:

Down in my heart - scripture memory
Beauty secrets - how to be "beautiful"
Bible - Princesses- girls and women of the Bible
My hero - scripture promises
Take a bow - dress-up and role-playing ideas
I adore you - kids songs and worship ideas
Princess charming - teaching manners, poise and charm

Overall this book was definitely a keeper and one that I would definitely recommend to all my reader who have daughters or who are connected to others with daughters!
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18 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Henry Zonio on June 24, 2009
Format: Hardcover
If my 4- and 7-year-old daughters are any indication of what many little girls are like, they will want to get this plastic jewel-encrusted, tiara-bearing devotional Bible written by Sheila Walsh and published by Thomas Nelson.

"Every girl is a princess, the daughter of a King... the greatest King who created and rules over everything."

This sentence from the Introduction for Parents sums up the purpose of the God's Little Princess Devotional Bible, which seems to be a follow up to the Gigi, God's Little Princess stories also by Sheila Walsh. The devotional Bible has selected passages from the Internation Children's Bible followed by a number of features including Bible verse memorization, tips on being a beautiful person, highlights of "princesses" in the Bible, dramas, ways to worship God, etc. The Bible also features illustrations by Meredith Johnson from the Gigi stories (which bear an uncanny resemblance to Fancy Nancy).

While I appreciate the thought behind this devotional Bible, I was confused as to the age group this was targeted to. The illustrations would suggest that children ages 4-7 would want this devotional, but as you read through it you quickly find that the writing is more geares for a 10-year-old. In addition to that, a parent would have to have grown up in a conservative evangelical church to know any of the lyrics or tunes to the songs in many of the activities. This would definitely be a frustrating book for parents who are new Christians to use with their daughters.

I wish I could recommend this devotional because the idea is great and it looks cute.
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