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Product Details

  • Age Range: 4 and up
  • Grade Level: Preschool and up
  • Hardcover: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers (January 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736928952
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736928953
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.1 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,537 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Kelly Chapman is an experienced and sought-after speaker. She and the Royal Purpose Ministries staff present the Princess with a Purpose Prep School and Warrior Prince Academy programs to groups throughout the United States. Kelly married her college sweetheart, Brit, and they have two children and a dog named Bean.


Jeff Ebbeler is a celebrated and multi-faceted artist, muralist, designer, art director, sculptor and marionette performer. For nearly a decade, he has illustrated more than 30 books, including the popular A Warrior Prince for God and related products. He and his artist wife, Eileen, enjoy their life of creativity and fun in Illinois.

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I love reading this book with our 4.5 year old.
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A definite keepsake for your son to cherish and to pass onto his son!
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I would highly recommend this book for any young child.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Momma C on February 16, 2011
Format: Hardcover
Do you ever have those times that you read a book and you can't wait to tell your best friends about because you know they will love it too! This is that time. If you have boys or know any boys, A Warrior Prince for God is a book you must get. Period.

The story begins with a baseball game. Luke strikes out and has to deal with the jabs of twin boys, Double and Trouble. That night some of the boys have a camp out. While sleeping, Luke begins to "dream a royal dream where warriors were courageous, knights were knightly, and castles were majestic." In his dream, he meets Constant, the King's royal helper. Constant invites Luke and his friends to the "Warrior Prince Academy." There they "learn how to become warrior princes for the King of kings."

Constant teaches them about Drakon, the snake, who is sneaking around trying to keep the boys from becoming warrior princes. Using the story of David and Goliath, the boys see how nothing is impossible with God. "When you face your enemy, stand strong in the Lord."

Luke soon is faced with a real-life-dream situation involving Drakon and the twin boys, Double and Trouble. Draken encourages Luke to get even. Remembering what Constant taught him, he faces Drakon head on saying "King Jesus is the only leader we will obey. It is in Jesus' name that I stand strong!"

Momma C's Thoughts:
Even with 30 long pages, Bubs was glued the entire time. He couldn't wait to turn the page and see what was happening next. Each set of pages contains a couple-hundred words. The book claims to be for ages 3 to 8 but I would definitely place it for the older children. At six, Bubs seemed the perfect age. The length and topic addressed seems too complex for a three year old.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By seasons of grace on May 6, 2012
Format: Hardcover
Most boys would love to be a warrior! They want to fight battles, win,conquer! In this book, "Once upon a real time..." a boy named Luke, dreams of becoming a courageous warrior. He wants to be noble and brave, but he has one small problem.... He is afraid!

In a world of baseball and backyard camp-outs, there seems to be much to fear: bullies, the dark, strange noises... During a camp-out with some friends, Luke has a strange dream of enrolling in Warrior Prince Academy. There he is taught lessons in bravery, who the real enemy is, and how to face his fears. After an exciting adventure, Luke discovers what it means to be a true warrior. How as a Christian, he must only go to battle when he is called and rely on God's strength -not his own to lead him to victory.
This book is for 3 to 8 year olds. My son, who is 7, really enjoyed this book, and I loved it myself! His favorite part: "How Luke stood up to the snake even though he was afraid." My son loves to pretend he is a warrior. How much more important is it that he realizes that he really is a warrior -God's warrior prince. When we become God's children, we are all princes and princesses, because our father is the King of Kings. I would highly recommend this book for any young child. At the end of the book, there is a gospel message about how they can become a warrior prince, a prayer, and a royal proclamation to sign and date the day they accepted Jesus as Savior and became His Warrior.

Kelly Chapman is an experienced speaker. She and the Royal Purpose staff present the Warrior Prince Academy and Princess with a Purpose Prep School programs to groups throughout the United States. The purpose of these curriculums is to help children find their true identity in Christ. These curriculums can be used for VBS, camp or other children's ministries.

I received this book from Harvest House Publishers for the purpose of my honest review. And am not required to give a positive opinion.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By dinglefest VINE VOICE on September 4, 2010
Format: Hardcover
I loved the idea of these books (this one as well as Princess with a PurposeTM) before I got my hands on them. We live in a world in which little girls love princesses and little boys love to be warriors, and I'm all about Christians standing up and saying: (1) We can encourage that! and (2) We can reclaim the concept of royalty for our children! Why? Because God dreamed it up first. (Don't take my word for it. Go to His Word. If you prefer online searches, use a site [...] to do a search for keywords like "King," "princess," or "armor.")

These books present the God-design for princesses and warrior princes. Both books are picture books but they have long pages of text, with the warrior one organized into five chapters. Both are geared toward ages 3-8.

In both, the protagonist - Caroline and Luke - fall asleep and receive their royal summons in a dream. In both books, one of my favorite characters is Constant, the King's helper, so named "because he constantly forgot things and constantly spoke in rhyme." Both also include Keydon, the talking hose. Both also provide gender-appropriate examples of bullies; research and anecdotes shows that girls and boys tend to bully in different ways, and the depictions of the bullies were right on for each gender. Caroline was bullied at school by way of a prissy, condescending girl and Luke at the baseball field by way of mocking, overt bullies.

When one of those bullies asserts that "a warrior prince is rough and tough and likes to fight - like me!" he is corrected by Sir Britmore who admits that he used to think that before he met the King. Instead "He taught me that a warrior prince is a son of the King of kings.
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