My Princesses Learn to Share by Amie Carlson

The Synopsis:

Little girls love princesses–complete with tiaras, gowns, and all things sparkly. This new, affordable picture book series captures the love of princesses and adds a biblical lesson, teaching girls they are daughters of the King and encouraging them to live as God would have them live. The full-color art features the adorable, multicultural princess characters created by Heather Heyworth.

Each story begins with a special rhyme about being a princess and includes a Bible lesson–sure to provide many hours of reading fun for young princesses!

In My Princesses Learn to Share, Princess Grace and Princess Hope want to wear the same pink dress when they play dress-up. They end up ripping the dress, but Mom has a story to help them learn to share. She tells them the story of Jesus and the young boy who shared his lunch. The girls get the picture, Mom mends the dress, and they learn to share.

I received this book from the author/publisher for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.


Perfect for young girls who dream of being princesses, this book focuses on the reality that any girl is a Daughter of the King and brings out those characteristics in fun illustrations.

In My Princesses Learn to Share, the girls struggle with sharing and are then taken on a journey through the Bible to learn about the boy who shared his dinner with Jesus. Full of scripture, Bible study, and easy-to-read words, the girls understand that sharing is caring and practice applying the example to their situation.

I recommend this book, along with its companion, My Princesses Learn to Be Brave, to Christian homes or even Sunday School teachers.

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