Monday, February 9, 2015

My Princesses "Learn to be Brave" and "Learn to Share"

To my three year old's delight, I was able to review these two lovely books this week! "My Princesses: Learn to be Brave" by Stephanie Rische and "My Princesses: Learn to Share by Amie Carlson". Both are equally adorable and perfect for any toddler who loves princesses!

In "My Princesses: Learn to be Brave" Princess Grace learns what it means to be brave. Grace and her friend Hope are playing at the park when a little boy says some mean words to them. Grace is reminded of a Bible story about a girl named Esther who was just a regular girl until one day when she married the King! Queen Esther learned to be brave even though a mean man named Haman was trying to hurt her people. She asked God for help, and because Esther was so brave, her people were saved!

In "My Princesses: Learn to Share", Princess Hope learns what it means to share when Grace and Hope get in an argument over a dress they both want to wear. The dress gets ripped and Hope's mom reminds the girls of a story in the Bible where a little boy shares his lunch with Jesus. Jesus used the little boy's lunch to perform a miracle and feed a huge crowd of people with only five loaves of bread and two fish!

I think these two books are adorable! The stories are easy to understand and each of them presents an excellent moral appropriate to toddler age children. The stories are also relatively short, so my 3 year old has no problem sitting through one of them. (Or even two sometimes!) The illustrations are also super cute! As a family of three small girls, we really enjoyed this series! I rate these books as 5 stars each and would highly recommend them!

I received this book for free from Tyndale in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.

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