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Earlier this year I attended a mother’s conference where I met the author of this beautiful series. She understands the delight little girls have in princess stories and the need they have to hear Christlike traits reinforced in their developing hearts and minds. She has written these stories to retell some of Jesus’ parables with beautiful princess illustrations. Kailey has enjoyed them over and over again and always wants to give them as gifts to her friends for birthdays. The other book released so far in this series is about Princess Joy. Grateful to Jacqueline for the work God has lead her to do that is blessing my daughter and many other girls! Below is Kailey’s review:

I like the the Princess Grace story because it’s scary in the dark forest when the kitten gets lost and if I am lost, God will find me. The Princess Parables are my favorite books. I like the pictures and that she found the kittens. I think God helped her.

Product Review: “‘Search everywhere for the lost kitten. Bring her back safely to the castle.’ In Princess Grace and the Little Lost Kitten, Princess Grace promised her father she would care for the kittens she found. But Poppy, the curious one, has run away. Princess Grace must find him, even if it means searching the entire kingdom . . . even braving the Black Woods. Along the way, she remembers a parable Jesus told about God’s great love for us and how he too searches for each one who is lost.”

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