Princess and the Kiss-Life Lessons

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This parent-daughter workbook is designed to highlight and expand on the virtuous lessons found in the book The Princess and the Kiss. Can be used as a parent-daughter study or devotional.

Additional Information

Suggested Age 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Author(s) Jennie Bishop
Page Count 57
Publication Date 2004
Publisher Warner Press


Picking up where the storybook left off, this easy-to-use devotional covers biblical teaching on purity, characteristics of a true princess, and Godly living. These life lessons are packed with wisdom from God's Word, truths that all young girls need to know as they guard their hearts, whether they're six or sixteen. You and your daughter can build a godly heritage with these short, practical, life-changing studies and activities that can be personalized for any age. An optional Princess Purity Ceremony is also included as an exciting and memorable way to formally celebrate your daughter's growth.
This book helps parents teach their daughters:
* God loves you
* Be careful about your feelings
* Beware of someone who tries to buy your love
* Inner beauty is more important than outer beauty
* Don't sacrifice the future for the present
* God gave you a very special gift--your purity
* Obedience to God makes you free
* God wants you to pass on a godly heritage.
Royal moms and dads take heart! God is faithful, and you are not at the mercy of our culture. You can begin today, planting seeds and planning to harvest a future of purity for your precious princess! Great for girls aged 8-12.

What GOV Says: These Life Lessons give the perfect opportunity to remind your daughter that she is a true princess! The 21 lessons included in this book are great for girls ages 8-12 as they learn about their identity in Christ and His plan for their futures.

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Jennie Bishop, a farm girl from Ohio, was formerly an editor for Warner press and is a home-schooling mom who has authored several children’s books, including the bestseller The Princess and the Kiss. Jennie explains that the idea for this book came when her daughter arrived home one day from kindergarten and announced, “Mom, all my girlfriends have boyfriends. I need one, too.”

Since the publication of The Princess and the Kiss, Jennie has also written The Squire and the Scroll for boys, along with companion Life Lessons devotionals for each of these children’s stories based on purity.