Scripture Princesses by Rebecca J. Greenwood (Blog Tour Review)


Welcome to my tour stop for Scripture Princesses by Rebecca J. Greenwood! If you have a little or not-so-little girl, you may be interested in a couple of free coloring pages, one for a tiara, one for Abish, and one today for Miriam that looks like this (without the words, of course):
on the author's website. Check out the book info and my full review below...

Scripture Princesses: Stories of Righteous Daughters of GodScripture Princesses
Stories of Righteous Daughters of God
by Rebecca J. Greenwood
Children's Book, Chapter Book, LDS
Paperback & ebook, 120 Pages
August 11th 2015 by Cedar Fort Publishing & Media


As a daughter of God, she is royalty. This beautifully illustrated book features all your little princess’s favorite scripture heroines. Each chapter tells the story of a different scripture princess, from Rachel and Leah to Abish and the Lamanite Queen, and even Emma Smith. With women your little girl can look up to, this book makes a perfect present for baptisms, birthdays, or any occasion.

My Review

This is the first time I've seen scripture stories, particularly focusing on women, in a children's chapter book. To be honest, I think it's a marvelous idea. Scripture Princesses simplified and summarized stories about sixteen women from the scriptures in a way that made it easy for grade-school-aged children to comprehend and enjoy them. The writing was perfect for kids and the illustrations added a lot to each story. I would have even loved to have seen the illustrations all in color, but they were still eye-catching and fit each story well. Overall, Scripture Princesses was a book that I enjoyed reading and one that my daughter will definitely enjoy. I'm hoping that the author will write other books as well for both girls and boys.

Source: I would like to thank Cedar Fort for my complimentary copy, which did not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Rebecca J. Greenwood studied visual art with a music minor at Brigham Young University. She is a multimedia artist, illustrator, comic creator, and designer with a love of stories. She has worked in publishing for the last six years. Rebecca lives in Utah with her husband, where she listens to audiobooks, cooks experimentally, has an interest in alternative health, and constantly has a new project in mind. Visit to experience more of her art and projects.

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