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Harvest House Publishers Princess with a Purpose &#153

A sweetly illustrated tale with a royal message! Chapman assures your tiara-toting 3- to 8-year-olds that "You became a real princess the moment you prayed and asked Jesus to live in your heart. And since he is the King of kings and you are his daughter, that makes you his princess!" 32 pages, hardcover from Harvest.
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Review 1 for Princess with a Purpose &#153
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Date:October 8, 2011
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Colorful, delightful to read. Sends a great moral message to girls.
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Review 2 for Princess with a Purpose &#153
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Great for 5 & 6 Year Olds

Date:November 15, 2010
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It is pink with sparkly poke-a-dots and that alone will get any girl's attention! But as you turn the pages it captures the heart of any little girl as it tells them how they CAN be a princess.
I read this story to my 5 and 7 year old daughters who loved the expressive pictures and the allure of learning how to be a princess. The story line was cute and easy for them to understand. They enjoyed the pictures and descriptions of all the "princess things" and I enjoyed how it gave the message that being a princess is all about being a child of God.
This book is targeted at girls ages 3 to 8. However, the pictures are great for the younger ages and the actual story line (wording) is more for the older end of that age range. I would say it's best for 5 and 6 year-olds and any siblings that fall in and around that age group. Also, the main character lives with her Grandma and has no parents in her life and so this book lends it's self to being even better when used with girls in that type of setting - although any girl will enjoy this book.
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This review copy was provided courtesy of Harvest House Publishers but the opinions expressed are strictly my own.
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