Every year when I attend Sally Clarkson’s MomHeart Conference, my children’s favorite time is when I come home. Not just because they will have real food the next day for breakfast, but because my suitcase is always loaded down with one special gift for each of them: a book! Over the years I’ve found wonderful books for my children at the book table, and this year was no exception. I met Jeanna last August at the MomHeart Intensive held at Sally’s home. She’d just written two sweet books for girls and had a wonderful story to tell about how God had given her the idea–when she’d never before even thought of writing a book! (How unfair is that, by the way? But I digress . . . ) So when I got to North Carolina, the first thing I told Jeanna was that I needed those books right away. And what a sweet treasure they are! Every little girl wants to be a Princess, right? And so Jeanna has written stories using the Parables of Jesus that feature character qualities your little girl can emulate.
I believe the princesses in your home might enjoy them as much as mine do!
After 20 years as a corporate event planner, Jeanna Young was called by God to develop the Princess Parable series. She never dreamed she would be a children’s author and she questioned God’s choice in her – for this huge task. God has used her gifts and talents developed over the years to author these books with her mentor, Jacqueline Johnson. God showed her the need for princess role models with character and depth while reading to her own princesses. Living so close to Disneyland, she desired a Disney-style Christian princess role model for her girls.
Jeanna has graciously offered to send one of these gems to an especially-blessed comment-er, so if you’d like to receive one of these precious books, please send me a note about your princesses in the “Leave a Comment” section below. If you blog about this giveaway, add another comment, and if you share this page on facebook, add one more! My oldest princess, Victoria, will draw one winning name from a very technologically-advanced pile of written names next Friday, April 8th!
Hope you have a wonderful, regal day!