Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
$14.99 194 pages
“I will always be my daddy’s little princess.” I can still hear my daughter’s voice as she shared her heart with me.
While this may not be the case in every family, little girls of all ages can rest assured that when we know the love of Jesus Christ we are indeed, Daddy’s Little Princess, because we are the daughter of the King.
Carefully crafted to draw from words found in Galatians 5:22, Doreen Hanna and Karen Whiting, in their book, Raising a Young Modern-Day Princess, use the biblical fruits of the spirit to outline a growth pattern for our young daughters, teaching them to grow in grace and wisdom.
What I love most about this book is the numerous activities and practical concepts that help parents (and grandparents) to develop what I like to call “sweet fruits.” Their Dad and Daughter Activities, Mom’s Tools, Fruitful Activities offer great ideas for hands-on projects and topics for deeper discussion with daughters, even young ones.
Raising a Young Modern-Day Princess will help parents nurture their daughter’s inner beauty, character development, and faith as she grows into the princess God created her to be, a princess with purpose and strength. Raising a Young Modern-Day Princess is a must have for parents whose greatest desire is to raise young women to know and love Jesus and to understand how much HE loves them.
If your daughter is entering the teen era, you may find Hanna’s first book, Raising a Modern-Day Princess (co-authored with Pam Farrel), a source of wisdom and encouragement. These books and much more can be found on Hanna’s website,
- Gerry Wakeland
God is calling families to be intentional in raising their daughters. This new book by Karen and Doreen is a timely resource that will help educate and equip parents in raising godly girls in a world that can be confusing and distracting. Raising a Modern-Day Princess is built around practical applications drawn from biblical truths and the authors’ personal experiences. Each chapter will surely inspire mothers and fathers to pursue their daughters in these busy and challenging times.
Kristi Tatro, National Program Manager, American Heritage Girls
Karen Whiting is an award-winning author of more than twenty books and hundreds of articles. An international speaker, Karen has raised five children, including two daughters.