How do you help girls understand their purpose? Or to develop an identity, self-worth, and self-confidence based on Jesus? Or inspire them to live out their faith?
By writing a book that will do all these things! Luisa is a former pre-K Sunday school teacher, youth leader, and has developed her own curriculums for mother-daughter Bible studies. With this experience and the inspiration of her own two daughters, Luisa wrote and illustrated a book to help girls understand who God made them to be.
What People Are Saying
“I bought this book for my oldest daughter, a very faithful, strong girl. She absolutely adored it! She felt empowered by the Princess in the story, and immediately connected the Princesses Journey to her own journey as a Christian. It is beautifully written and amazingly illustrated! We have read it multiple times, and my younger daughter has asked for her own copy which I’ll be ordering soon!!!”
-Diana, Doylestown, PA
“This kids book is amazing! It can relate to what we all are called to do for the kingdom of God. This would be perfect for preschool, middle school, high school and adults. It even spoke to me”
-Sudamy, Plantation, FL
“This book helped my child learn the importance of making good choices throughout her young life, knowing that they are the only one who can make that choice. I would definitely recommend this book for young children so that they can understand that choices in life are not always going to be easy, but with God’s guidance they will be victorious.”
Ivette, Orlando, FL
“This is one of the best Christian children’s books I ever got. I bought five for my grandchildren. The story is amazing, very inspiring for today’s young girls. And all the drawings are so vivid that makes you really feel you are inside the story. I love the idea that the girls can personalize the books for themselves. I highly recommend it.”
-Lucy, Laredo, TX
“A wonderful and clear illustration of the Gospel for written for children, especially girls, and great for anyone – including adults! For all of us!”
-Lorraine, Dublin, PA
“It is an admirable Christian allegory portraying the choices believers must make to be in the world and not of the world. The book allows for the name your young girl in different places, so your child becomes the princess in the story…………….It is an inclusive book where the artwork can be seen and identified with by people with a variety of skin colors. It is empowering for the young girl, who while timid or lacking confidence, who finds her strength in fellowship with the King who never leaves her nor forsakes her.”
-Chuck and Janet Botson, Perkasie, PA