Little Princess Holy Bible Review/Giveaway







*Disclosure: I am a Tommy Nelson Mommy and was provided complimentary books to facilitate my review. These are my experiences and opinions yours may differ.*




God's Little Princess Holy Bible is a bible for girls ages 7 to 10. It is written in New King James version and has added little things for your daughter to learn more and apply what she has learned. Sheila Walsh adds in sections like regal relationships and Kingdom living. These are put in certain areas so that they go with the scripture being read. They are points on how to live out what you have read and I think this is great for little girls. 

This little bible will stay in our house for a long time. I plan to give it to Christine when she is old enough for it. I think any little girl would really love it. You can learn more about it here or enter to win a copy below. Good luck!!






19 comments:

  1. Yes and occasionally my oldest girls will read from the Bible. I didn't ask them, they just picked it up and wanted to read

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  2. Yes, we do! My son is 8 years old and is slowly getting out of the phase of the "story" bible. He carries his regular bible and reads from it more often.

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  3. My 8-year-old does. I sometimes read to my younger kids from my Bible.

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  4. I sometimes read to my younger kids from my Bible

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  5. Not yet my daughter is still a baby.
    megan tilley
    countrycamogirl89@yahoo.com

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  6. I don't think I 've read it to my kids when they were younger.

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  7. I let my granddaughter who is 7 try to read the Bible. I think it is wonderful when children take an interest in learning about the Bible

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  8. yes and it was hard for them to understand, but I explained it but like the children story bibles the best thank you

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  9. I bought my son a cowboy bible. It is easy to read and for him to understand.

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  10. My daughter is 5 and we will be doing this soon with her, as she's just started reading.

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  11. Not yet. My granddaughter is 6 and starting to read. I think it's something she could enjoy for years.

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  12. Right now they are still reading from Children's bible stories.

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  13. Yes, we read from the Bible.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  14. Yes my son always reads from the bible.

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  15. We try to combine storybook Bible stories as well as reading directly from the Bible.

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  16. no i think bible is hard for them to understand

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