God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional give-away


Reading books at night is always a great time to have your children relax and slow down for the day,  & what a better way to end your child’s day than with a Bible devotional.

God’s Little Princess Bed Time Devotional by Sheila Walsh is a hardback, sparkly, pink devotional that any girl would love!  Each day starts out with a cute title, verse and a short summary to help young ones to understand more about God & His Word.


My daughters were immediately drawn towards the pink, sparkly jewels and glitter on the front cover and of course loved all the little girls through out the book.  Each lesson deals with many issues like selfishness, being kind, knowing your special, praising God, how to pray etc.  This book is geared towards girls ages 4 to 10.

Here is a brief description:
>A great combination of bedtime theme, encouraging and age-appropriate devotions, and the bestselling God’s Little Princess® brand, all wrapped up in a creative, sparkly cover is, sure to be a hit.
Bedtime means special moments to share between a parent and daughter, and God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional will help settle her heart and mind as she heads to bed. Bestselling author Sheila Walsh offers 106 daily devotions: each with a scripture, a short thought, a rhyming prayer, and a “Good Night Giggles and Grace” activity that will send every little princess off to bed full of smiles, feeling loved and secure.

If you would like more information or to order one, please go HERE   If you would like to WIN a FREE copy of this Little Princess Devotional enter below!


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* All opinions are that of A Heart for the Home and were given in exchange for the review of this book. Contest is open to ages 18 years and older and a resident of the U.S.

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4 Responses to God’s Little Princess Bedtime Devotional give-away

  1. Emily B says:

    We used a devotional with Anne for advent but have yet to find one for Ordinary time. I like this devotional because it screams little girl!!


  2. Shannae Rippey says:

    My little girl is 5 and we normally just read the Toddler bible, I would love to have a regular devotional for her. I saw Sheila at a Women of Faith event several years ago and absolutely loved her!


  3. Jess says:

    I’m always looking for a good devotional to do with my kids. And since my 7 year old is convinced she actually IS a princess, she’ll love the title!


  4. Bailey says:

    I think I need to give this book a try. My 5 year old daughter, who has such a big heart and has prayed sweet prayers since she began talking has now refused to pray at bedtime. She is also not very attentive or respectful when we pray before meals as a family anymore either… any advice out there? I am trying to be so patient with her but it makes me sad too. We moved into the country in the past year and the amazing “kids church” she used to be so connected to is no longer a part of our lives, this may be part of her recent change.


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