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Gigi, Gods Little Princess Board book – Sep 29 2009


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Product Details

  • Board book: 24 pages
  • Publisher: Thomas Nelson; Brdbk edition (Sept. 29 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400313864
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400313860
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 15 x 1.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #518,340 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Don't bother! Jan. 11 2007
By K. Cressey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I was disappointed with the content. The pictures are delightful, and for that reason only, it got 2 stars. I found the story line thin, when in fact, the truth that we are ALL children of the King is really quite profound. Gigi is completely absorbed with herself - not a worthy role model. This is not because we don't suffer the same, but because she does not move from that position and it is not addressed or reinforced by anyone else in her life. Her father abdicates from the discussion, her mother gives her a one liner and her friend she considers her "subject". I thought Gigi was quite horrid!
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Missed the Mark May 12 2010
By Bethany L. Birch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I have to agree with some of the other negative reviews of this book. It is cute and had potential, but the character is very self focused and I feel like the emphasis on her being a "princess" takes presidents over the much more powerful message of God being King. I think it is sadly reflective of our Christian culture being more and more focused on US as the worshipers over God the one we are suppose to be turning our eyes to. I feel like it has confused my daughter since she frequently talks about being a REAL princess because she knows God. But, I feel like in her mind she is confusing this with being dressed in a dress up dress and living in a pink castle. It just isn't how I want her to understand her relationship with God, because ultimately, that is putting the focus on HER being glorified, not really a respect for God's place in her life.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Selfish and spoiled Jan. 22 2011
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Gig's selfish behavior really doesn't set the kind of example I want my girls to follow. I'm not sure what the Christian message is supposed to be, but whatever it is, it got buried under all the pink fluffy trappings that apparantly make Gigi a "true princess". If you really want a great princess book for Christian girls, check out "the Princess and the Kiss" by Jennie Bishop. Now there's a princess book that has it all- adventure, love, and a great message for girls everywhere. For boys I also highly recomend "The squire and the scroll". My 9 year old loved it and it too has a great message. Happy Reading :)
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Princesses of All Ages! Sept. 21 2005
By TJ Delgado - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
I first read Gigi to one my grand daughters, all 4 of them are princesses. The story and its content were just precious! I even related to many parts of the story myself...those who know the Lord as the King of Kings can smile with pure joy, knowing they are a true princess of the richest King of all.

The illustrations by Meredith Johnson were priceless! Author Sheila Walsh is a brilliant, tender and passionate woman who loves the Lord and delights princesses all over the world through Women of Faith, her CD's and her books. Thank You Sheila

The book was perfect when Twin Oaks Church in San Jose, CA hosted a Mother-Daughter event entitled "All of God's Princesses"... Granny "O" (Granny Ora Oaks) came and read the story to all. And it was loved by all princesses, young & old, big & little, all shapes and sizes! Several Gigi books became the door prizes!

I'll encourage anyone to read this sweet little book of reality on every level... or incorporate it into a Princess Event in your sphere of influence. It is like sipping a cup of Chamomile Tea with an endless smile on your face!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Warning: Princess behaving badly Jan. 22 2011
By Busy Bee, Mom of Three - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
My girls love anything princess, and we are Christians, so naturally I was excited when one of them received this as a gift. However, after watching it with the girls, I could not be more dissapointed! This could have been a great chance to show young girls that being a princess is really about modesty, treating others with love and kindness, or better yet, saving faith in Jesus Christ. Instead it turned out to be a story about a very pampered and spoiled little girl who is never satisfied no matter what she gets. Througout the movie "princess" Gigi is ill tempered, rude, inconsiderate and demanding. At one point her cat/servant whom she calls "Lord Fluffy" tells Gigi that she's actually a girl and would really prefer to be called "Lady Fluffy" and wants to wear pretty dresses instead of the manly garb she's been forced to wear. Gigi announces that she already has too many Ladies (though you never see any) and the female cat must continue to dress as a male and be called by the unfortunate misnomoer "Lord Fluffy". From then on the cat is dressed in even more masculine aparrel. I'm not even sure what the point of that whole scene is except that Gigi is a selfish brat or why this gender confusion issue would even be brought into a "christian" movie for children. To make matters worse, Gigi's parents are portrayed as doting weaklings who just want their little princess to understand how truly special and wonderful she really is and apparantly to pamper her as much as possible. Ridiculous. It just goes to show, just because they slap the "christian" label on things doesn't mean it's really worthwhile or appropriate for children. I really would have prefered my girls not have been exposed to this type of "princess".


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