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How to be a Bible Princess

by Catherine Mackenzie

Jacket

Paperback
Price: £5.99
Publisher:CF4Kids imprint of Christian Focus
Published:Summer 2012
ISBN:978-1-845-50825-8
Review:
A delightful book!
The publisher says it is for ‘Children’s teaching and Guidance’ an excellent description.
How to be a Bible Princess tells the story of eight Bible princesses – not always the obvious one in the story; six good and two bad. Starting with a series of questions (with hopefully obvious answers!) then the story, followed by teaching, explanations of words and further reading suggestions from the Bible, each princess brings a different angle on what being a Bible Princess is all about.
Enjoyable enough to be read and re-read, and with good solid teaching therein.

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Reviewer: Mary Bartholomew   (03/07/12)
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