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"The Princess Twins" Book Review

I know I posted a review about a month ago about "The Princess Twins."  Well, I have 2 more "The Princess Twins" I CAN READ series books that I reviewed.  

The first one is "The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party" and the second is "The Princess Twins and the Tea Party" both came out in May 2012.  

About the story: "The Princess Twins and the Birthday Party"
Princess Emma and Princess Abby put on their fancy dresses and tiaras to celebrate their birthdays.  Too bad when a party guest arrives and feels less than beautiful in her plain dress, she leaves the castle.    Can the Princess twins help their friend and remember where true beauty lies?  

My Review:
My daughter is still in her fun princess stage.  She absolutely loves anything and everything princess related.  These books are fun for her because they are princess stories but I love them because there is always a Biblical lesson to be learned.  :)  I think this lesson hit home with my daughter.  She loves to wear a dress every day and she relates a dress to beauty instead of the inside and this book is a great way to start reminding her that it does not matter what clothes we wear!

About the Story: "The Princess Twins and the Tea Party"
The Princess Twins try to host a tea party.  Princess Emma wants it to be perfect  but the dog and the napkins are creating chaos.  Can Princess Abby convince Emma that only God is perfect? 

My Review:
It is frustrating to plan and plan and then the event not go as you had wanted, but at the same time you learn.  It is always a great reminder and lesson to know that we are human and make mistakes because God is the only perfect one.  My daughter enjoyed this story and wanted to act it since she loves having tea parties.  :)  

About the Author:
Mona Hodgson is the author of more than twenty-two children's books.  She lives in Cottonwood, Arizona, where she's learning to be a real girl of the Bible.

About the Illustrator: 

Red Hansen began illustrating books during college when he as working at Waterford Institute, an education company dedicated to helping children learn to read by book and interactive methods  Red has completed a number of books.  He currently lives in Celebration, Florida, with his wife and children.  

About I can Read!:
the first I Can Read! book, Little Bear, writtten by Else Homelund Minarik and illustrated by Maurice Sendake, was published in 1957 and is still cherished by young readers.  Today, I Can Read! is teh number one beginning reader series in the country.  It features more award-winning titles, authors and illustrators than any other beginning reader series.  It features more than 200 titles for readers at five beginning reading levels.  

About Zonderkidz:
Zonderkidz is a division of Zondervan, inspires young lives through imagination and innovation.  As the leader in Christian children's communications, it produces bestselling and award-winning Bibles, books, board books, graphic novels, audo, video, and digital products that awaken the hearts and t
ouch the soals of kids under 16 and the people who love them, from family members to educators.  


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