The Princess And The Kiss - A Story Of God's Gift Of Purity
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A loving king and queen present their daughter with a gift from God - her first kiss - to keep or to give away. The wise girl waits for the man who is worthy of her precious gift. Where is he and how will she ever find him? The surprising answer in this marvelous parable will touch the heart of parents and child alike.
This Book is a Blessing for Parents in an Over-sexed World
This book is a wonderful portrayal of the gift that is purity. I have a son and three daughters and am appalled at how much smut my children are bombarded with from day to day in our society. All you have to do is turn on the TV and flip through commercials and it is right there before your eyes. I think now, more than ever, parents need to begin the "birds and the bees" conversation with their children while they are young enough to be able to understand it. This book is a fantastic "conversation starter" for that important and necessary talk.
It begins with a king and a queen who loved their daughter from before she was born. God gave them a special gift for their daughter that they kept safe until she was old enough to protect it on her own. This gift was her first kiss. Through beautiful water color illustrations, with the story set in a fairy tale kingdom, the book ta Full Review...
Teach Young Children the Sanctity of Their Bodies
If my children learn anything at all from me, I really hope that they realize the sanctity of their bodies. When it comes to raising teenagers, I know as much as I did before I had toddlers. What I mean is, I'm full of theories and know absolutely nothing of the challenges I will eventually face in this phase of my kids' development. Just thinking about them entering the dating scene makes me uneasy now, although I have about eight years until that may happen with my oldest.
Of course I'm afraid for my two boys and daughter. I want them to learn to respect others, and have the self-confidence to recognize on their own when their feelings are not being respected. I want my boys to resist the media message that urges men to objectify sex, and I pray often that my daughter will know that her self worth does not hinge on physical beauty.
I was a teenager once, and I can say from that experience that the quest for maintaining purity as a young adult is a mental, spiri Full Review...
A Catholic fairytale of a whimsical far off place, and a sacred gift of God's love.