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The One Year My Princess Devotions: Preschool Edition Hardcover – September 1, 2013
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The One Year My Princess Devotions: Preschool Edition will teach girls that they are truly daughters of the almighty King. They will also learn how much God loves them and what God expects from his children.
Each devotion includes a short scripture (Royal Words), a special message (Royal Thoughts), a prayer for the King, and an activity related to the devotion’s theme (Princess in Action).
Your little princess will want to read about her King each day and learn how to live like royalty throughout her life.
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The content of the book is excellent and gears right to my daughter (3 years old and all about princess) but there's no illustrations to help captivate a 3 year's mind. I do really appreciate the content and it's excellent and very good towards the preschool age.
Author: Karen Whiting
Illustrator: Jackie Nunez
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
"Girls will learn about God the King and develop a sense of belonging to God's family as they apply his Word daily and become princesses in action," Karen Whiting writes in her children's book, "The One Year My Princess Devotions: Preschool Edition."
This three hundred and ninety-four page hardbound book has an embossed cover complete with glitter targeted toward girls that are ages three to five years old. With no profanity, sex, or violence, it is to be used as a daily devotional for mother and young preschool daughter to read. Using mostly the New International Version of the Bible, this reader wishes all pronouns of God were capitalized for reverence.
Each page has a day's devotion with a darker pink background on the left page and a lighter pink on the right side as tiny ladybugs flitter across the paper. Besides monthly page breaks, at the end of the book is a Scripture index by date, author's biography, and other books available.
Every day is broken down to four themes about princesses: royal words, princess thoughts, a prayer for the King, and the princess in action with each being only one to five short sentences long for quick reviewing. Some daily topics range from flowers, hearts, music, and dancing to listening, being friendly, learning about God, and praying.
For example, August 2nd writes out under the first theme Proverbs 31:10 about a noble wife is worth far more than rubies. The thoughts are about being a loving and caring woman, mother, and wife and how she is better than fancy jewels.Read more ›
First to reach younger children with Gods Word is one of the first thing I did growing up in church. I absolutely loved being a helper in Sunday School and or nursery. When I was able to start teaching myself, these were the ages that drew me and spoke to my heart. I truly believe that even the youngest child can be reached for God. I loved preparing to teach.
This devotion was such a wonderful day to day devotion. It is kinda like playing dress up with God. There is a thought for the day, a scripture, a prayer and then a place for them to a activity to drive it all in.
The cover is sweet, the devotions understandable and down to the level for the age. On that note thou I will add that after reading and checking out for the review, I gave it to one of my granddaughters who loves devotion time. She was and is older but still enjoyed every day of it. She would send me messages on facebook or call me with the scripture of the day.
So for all the reasons above I will be giving this precious devotional a Breath of Life rating of:
Five Clock Rating!!
Disclosure: I did receive the above book in exchange for my honest opinion and or review. But the Opinions are my own and yours may differ.
I was given this book by Tyndale House in exchange for an honest review.
My Princess Devotions is a beautifully illustrated, easily understood application for preschool and kindergarten girls. The appearance is "all girl" with princesses depicted on the cover and throughout the book, the use of pinks and purples which are generally a little girl's favorite colors, and what little girl doesn't imagine herself to be a princess? While some may look at the "princess" theme as a negative connotation, the use of this theme is more importantly a means to show the child that she is special, not only in our eyes, but in God's eyes. Every little girl is a daughter of the King, a princess!
This sweet book is an excellent tool for parents to use in helping their little girls understand who God is, what he has done for us, and the way that he teaches us to live for him. Using this book with our little girls is a beautiful way to spend time together in both a spiritual way and having fun together. My little granddaughter will love this book!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from Tyndale House Publishers, Inc. in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are y own, and no monetary compensation was received for this review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These devotionals are the perfect length for short attention spans and could definitely be used by early elementary ages as well. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kelly
This says preschool level so I got it for my almost 4 year old. There are no pictures and the devotions are way over her head. Read morePublished 20 months ago by R. Bourland
Great book! Recommend it for kindergarteners/first grade that would understand the scripture/messages moreso. My 3 year old is too young for it yet.Published 20 months ago by Gport
A very cute devotional that all my girls (ages 3, 5, and 8 years old) enjoy! I would definitely recommend!Published on June 23, 2014 by Emily Robinson
This book features a one-page devotion for each day of the year and is a resource I can imagine my little girl using as she learns how important it is to read the Bible on her own. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Julie M.
We started it today, I can already tell that it is going to be a wonderful experience for my daughter and I to read through this year! It is a very nice sturdy book as well! Read morePublished on January 1, 2014 by Amanda
It's a bit unusual to see me reviewing a girly book, considering I have 3 boys. We did manage to get 2 nieces(both from my brother), while the rest of us had boys. Read morePublished on December 26, 2013 by Bluerose's Heart