Good Manners for a Little Warrior

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Join Luke - a warrior prince - as he learns the manners that make someone able to be used by God.

Good Manners for a Little Warrior

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Suggested Age under 5, 5, 6, 7, 8
Author(s) Kelly Chapman
Page Count 32
Publication Date 2011
Publisher Harvest House


Out of a heart to minister to kids, mom and author Kelly Chapman created the popular A Warrior Prince for God and Princess with a Purpose children's books and curriculum to teach kids about the joys of being a child of God. Now the same engaging characters and the fun artwork of Jeff Ebbeler return for a standalone story about manners for boys ages 3 to 8. The adventure begins when Luke and his friends are transported to a time of knights and gentlemanly manners. At Warrior Prince Academy the boys are challenged to:

- let kindness reign in their hearts
- dine with divine dignity
- become a Golden Rule Keeper
- be a noble and gracious friend

Every parent, grandparent, and Sunday school teacher will be excited to bestow the godly lessons of chivalry, courage, and confidence on the young boys in their lives. by Kelly Chapman

What GOV Says: We like this book for boys because it is simple and easy to read. Boys enjoy the story of Luke and his friends as they go to the Warrior Prince Academy.

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Kelly Chapman is an experienced and sought-after speaker. She and the Royal Purpose Ministries staff present the Princess with a Purpose Prep School and Warrior Prince Academy programs to groups throughout the United States. Kelly married her college sweetheart, Brit, and they have two children and a dog named Bean.

Jeffrey Ebbeler has been creating art for children for nearly a decade. His work spans a wide range of media from illustration to paper engineering, large-scale murals, puppets, and even performance arts. And his whimsical sense of humor shines through in his illustrations, especially his quirky characters. He lives in Chicago with his wife Eileen, where he works as an illustrator and makes school visits to lead children through the creative process of the picture book.