Reviewed by Lisa Lickel
How to Be God's Little Princess
by Sheila Walsh
"Sheila Walsh has put together the sweetest little book on true Biblical beauty that girls' clubs and youth groups will want to read together."
Royal Tips for Manners, Etiquette, and True Beauty
There are friends to whom I will recommend this book, but I never wanted to be a grandma to little girls as badly as I do after reading this book.
Sheila Walsh has put together the sweetest little book on true Biblical beauty that girls' clubs and youth groups will want to read together. Filled with short, readable and adoptable chapters, Walsh captures the essence of practical essential living skills for the modern day tween who desires to follow Christ.
Each chapter, from how to dress to how to throw a party to how to act on social media networks, is a must-gift for any parent or caregiver or other significant other in a young lady's life.
Crafts-practical applications-Biblical reference-skills-how to's: each is addressed in the chapters. How to wear your hair; jewelry crafts to make; party favors, communication etiquette: The information is timeless and acceptable to any generation.
For those who love their girls, Walsh's book is an inspiring gift.
Lickel lives in Wisconsin with her high school teacher husband in a 150-year-old
Great Lakes ship captain's house. She is active in more than one historical society,
belongs to writing and reading clubs and is the editor in chief of Creative Wisconsin,
the magazine of Wisconsin Regional Writers. A graduate of the Christian Writer's
Guild, she has written newspaper features and magazine articles, radio theater,
and authored several inspirational novels. Find her online at http://lisalickel.com,