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My Princess Bible Board book – September 1, 2010
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This is a board book style and the pages are sturdy so you can start instilling these truths from even the tiniest babe to the 6 year old. My almost 6 year old is fascinated with this Bible and she enjoys the beautiful illustrations which are done by, Sergey Eliseev. Each woman also have the place where you can read about her in more detail in a big Bible. For each Princess is given a trait, like for Ruth it says "A princess obeys God and sings Him a song" then follows two sentences where you can insert your child's name to make it feel more personal. Again for Ruth you'd see "_________________ is God's special princess. _________________ obeys God and sings Him a song." The last Princess is your daughter! This has a cute little reading complete with motions and really brings home the fact that God loves your daughter and she is His princess.
**This is a Mama Buzz review. The product was provided by Tyndale Publishers for this review. No other compensation was given.
I was not impressed by this book. It lacked depth and ignored the actual Biblical narrative, it gave a false impression of biblical accounts, and it glamorized beauty.
I think the intent behind it was good, but I don't think this book should be promoted as a "bible".
This book is no longer in our home.
If you want to read short Biblical stories with colorful illustrations to your daughter about Biblical women to teach them good character traits and habits.... Then this book is for you! You won't find stories about Daniel, Noah, or Moses, but then I would bet you have multiple other Bible books that have those stories as central focuses.
My daughter is two and loves all things pink and princesslike. Of course I won't use this text as our Bible, but I will certainly be continuing to use it as a quick and engaging source to read solely about strong women.
All the negativity that I read on here was shocking to me. My goodness, it is a book intended to share positive women from the Bible with little girls. Put the hate away. Use it for your family or don't, but this book is not against Christ or sin or any other baloney. I would encourage the publishers to retitle the book though since it is not a Bible.
If you have been in church for a while or have much familiarity with your Bible then you will have certain expectations when you start reading these stories corresponding accounts in the Princess Bible. To be charitable I read the entire book but I was thoroughly disappointed. The three major observations that I had about the book were 1) It lacked depth and the true Biblical narrative, 2) the stories were written to moralize, and in some cases incorrectly, the biblical accounts and 3) the book consistently promoted a physical beauty of all the women that was Barbie-esque.
I want to be sympathetic but I can't. If you are writing a "princess bible" then you will emphasize the womanly/feminine/beautiful side of certain stories but the reality is that the intended meaning is lost when this happens. God did not give us the account of Abraham and Sarah so that we could learn to be thankful for God's surprises. Indeed, this is a true statement but if this is all we teach out daughters then shame on us. God's word is too rich to simply moralize and teach frivolous object lessons about behavior. I think the trend of specialty bibles can be a slippery slope to play on. If it continues every subset of people will eventually have a bible that provides an interpretation and emphasis to suite their life. I say 2 Timothy 4:2-4 indeed.
I don't think Andy Holmes is a bad guy, I just think Andy Holmes' has a bad book.Read more ›
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I NEVER GOT THIS I GOT IT FOR MY DAUGHTER AND I DONT LIKE IT WHEN I BUY SOMETHING AND THEN I DONT GET ITPublished on March 16, 2014 by DENISE McDonald
I love how the stories of the women ("princess") of the Bible are in this book. The other thing I like about it is each story draws a conclusion and application that it... Read morePublished on December 19, 2010 by Carrie Steyer
There are 6 one-star reviews for this book. One of them, the earliest, was posted on September 27th. The other 5 were all posted on or after October 5th. Quite the coincidence! Read morePublished on November 23, 2010 by J. McH
I received a great book from Tyndale recently to review that is my personal favorite of all the books I have reviewed. Read morePublished on October 26, 2010 by NRNOODLE
I just had to enter my review of this product. The people giving My Princess Bible One Star reviews have never seen the product and have no basis for their opinions. Read morePublished on October 8, 2010 by Cheryl Kerwin
Shockingly, many of the women in this book are not princesses at all! And they forgot one of the bona fide princesses from the book of Kings, Jezebel. Read morePublished on October 7, 2010 by Chris Ward
Wow, 19 Biblical women, and they left out Lilith entirely?
Obviously, Mr Holmes isn't paying attention to the ENTIRE Bible, since he didn't bother to tell the little... Read more