Princess Grace and Poppy (I Can Read!1/princess Parables Series)
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About "Princess Grace and Poppy (I Can Read!1/princess Parables Series)"
When princess Grace finds five kittens in the hall closet what else can she do but ask her father, the king, if she can keep them? With promises to care for them and get help from her sisters, Grace experiences firsthand how much responsibiltily it is to care completely for something. Based upon the paprable of the lost sheep, readers can begin to understand just how much God must care for all of us!
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.
Jeanna Stolle Young is a Daughter of the King that lives in Southern California with her dashing husband, Bruce, her two sweet princesses, Danika and Emmalynn and two daring princes, Christian and Kenton. God gave her the vision for this series that has caused her faith to grow through watching Him work. These are her first published children's books.
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This book is simply delightful! The pictures are so detailed and remind me of disneys lovely characters, except with Godly stories with hidden meanings based on Gods word. This one is based on the scripture, "Be kind and compassionate to one another" (Eph 4:32). My daughter Grace loves all this series, with the princess sisters names being Joy, Grace, Faith, Charity (love), and Hope! We especially love the way the book portrays the five Princess sister's Father, with such respect (which helps create a good father image to girls, and also reinforces our relationship with Father God). In this book, the daughters find kittens and I am especially impressed that they ask their father if they can keep them and the king says, "we will talk about it". Then they pray "Dear God, thank you for the kittens. If daddy says yes, I promise to take care of them". In so many ways, this is enriching our childrens attitudes to accept Gods authority and their parents in their lives. The stories are also nice and long, this one has 32 pages with challenging yet well rated Level 1 words, that help inspire new readers, especially with all the pictures and a few lines of writing on each page. My girls regularly re-read these. I dont hesitate to give this book 5 stars and recommend the series.