My Child, My Princess
by Beth Moore
25 pages, Picture Book
Reviewed by Queen Aravis of Archenland
Good, short, and inspiring read.
When a king’s rebellious daughter disobeys her father’s wishes, his forgiveness and patience vividly remind readers of God’s unconditional love. Indeed, every child of God is a prince or a princess.
Good and bad are treated as such.
A character represents God but no one actually mentions God Himself.
A child falls out of a tree.
Drug and Alcohol Content
Crude or Profane Language or Content
Some children make fun of another child; they also hit some people with spitballs.
This short story is a wonderful way to show that when we sin God chastens us and then when we confess he forgives us. A very likeable little book.
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