Princess Faith's Garden Surprise (I Can Read!1/princess Parables Series)
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About "Princess Faith's Garden Surprise (I Can Read!1/princess Parables Series)"
When Princess Faith discovers a hidden garden within the castle walls she asks for permission to plant a lovely flower garden. When her father approves, she and her sisters share the experience, only to find out it isn't all that easy. Based on Jesus' parable of the Sower, early readers of this level one I Can Read will see that people's hearts, just like soil, must be prepared to nurture new things.
Meet the Authors
Jacqueline Johnson was born into royal heritage and is a grandmother to three little princesses, Catherine, Alexandra Grace and Megan Joy and four princes, Zack, Maverick, Payton and Christopher. She delights in filling their hearts and imaginations with stories filled with Godly character and the concept of becoming a child of the King for eternity. Her devoted husband and castle are perched on a hill on the Pacific Coast in Southern California.
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My daughters love this book. My youngest said when reading this today, "That princess looks like me, so I'm that one." Shes four, and it reals just how impressionable children are and also how important the portayal of humans are in stories. Due to the overuse of animals with human language and emotions, I try to purchase books that have human characters to compensate. These illustrations are outstanding and delightful! I can use this series as an oportunity to reveal truth about God and His Word, but without just reading the same Bible stories repeatedly and my girls can learn how to better read while doing so! So this series is superb for subtly teaching children about God the Father, represented by the princesses father, about how to instinctively be grateful to God the Father while being so intreging with a secret door to a secret garden! A great buy you wont regret.