Sunday, June 22, 2014

Princess Stories by Carolyn Larsen (Review)






  • Age Range: 4 - 8 years
  • Hardcover: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Tyndale Kids (December 30, 2011)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1414348117


Princess Stories is the big sister to popular board book My Princess Bible. Princess Stories, appropriate for girls ages 4 to 8, is a collection of first-person narrative stories about 29 women in the Bible—and the 30th story is about the reader, who is God's princess too.

In each four-page story, the reader gets a rhyming verse about the princess (addressed to “Mirror, mirror on the wall”), a first-person story of the featured Bible woman and the special quality her life reflects, a Bible verse from another passage of Scripture that summarizes/relates to the character trait, and Princess Ponderings—questions that help girls and their parents discuss the stories and relate the lessons to life.

Through this book, girls will learn more in-depth stories of women of the Bible and how to apply Scripture to their own lives.

My Review:

I thought this was a good children's book. An adult will need to read it to them. It is wordy instead of pictures. It would have been better with more accurate illustrations. Instead of Disney Princesses this book focuses on women found in the bible and makes them into princesses.. It is really cute. I do not have children so I read it myself. 


Carolyn Larsen has written more than 40 books for children and adults. She is best known as the author of the Little Girls Bible Storybook line of products, which have collectively sold more than one million units. In addition, Carolyn is a speaker who has taught and spoken extensively in the United States and overseas. She is the cofounder of the performing group Flashpoints, which is comprised of five women who share a God-ignited passion to encourage women and girls to know God better through drama, creative movement, signing, and humor. Carolyn is the mother of three and lives with her husband in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.

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