The Princess Sisters

The Princess Sisters

It is 1860, and Robert Knight is praying. Destined to take over a struggling West Texas ranch, Robert has his work cut out for him. Despite knowing that his new ranch is vulnerable to Mexican rustlers and that a neighbor already despises him and his Christian values, Robert still holds one goal above all others: to find a wife—and quick. As Robert settles into life on the ranch, he intently watches from horseback one day as the first train full of dignitaries pulls into Haggard, Texas. All seems normal until he suddenly sees three hoodlums approach the train and drag a woman out against her will. Robert initiates a fierce gun battle where he eventually emerges the victor. After he takes the woman to the safety of his ranch, Robert soon realizes that he has not rescued just any woman. He has saved Elizabeth Abdullah from the claws of a radical group who want her dead. Unbeknownst to Robert, Elizabeth is facing an enormous duty: to marry a prince and become the mother of the next male regent of the island of Donoscia-este. In this historical tale, a future princess and her two sisters somehow find their lives intertwined with a young, adventurous West Texas cattle rancher who must rely on his faith—and God’s wisdom—to help him lead everyone in the right direction.

The Princess Sisters

The Princess Sisters

What happens when you mix five modern teenagers with five fairytale princesses? Belle, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, and Snow White Princess are cousins (and best friends) stuck with names they're not too fond of...and now together they must face the challenge of getting ready for high school--a world where fitting in is definitely a must. But how will they ever fit in when they're destined to stand out? Or, perhaps more importantly, how will their friendship ever survive when the five Princesses all set their minds on one Prince?

Princess Sisters Treasury

Level 1

Princess Sisters Treasury

A three books-in-one collection of level one I Can Reads for early reading princess lovers! Join the charming princess sisters in the Princess Sisters Treasury, as they learn how to be daughters of the King. In this three-book collection of level one I Can Reads, readers meet the princess sisters through adventures based on the popular picture books in the Princess Parables series! Princess Sisters Treasury includes: Princess Grace and the Little Lost Kitten Princess Faith’s Garden Surprise Princess Charity’s Golden Heart And is a durable, hardcover volume Perfect for emergent readers

The Princess Goes West

The Princess Goes West

Her kingdom bankrupt, a princess travels to the New World in search of a fortune When Princess Marlena’s father, the benevolent ruler of the tiny kingdom of Hartz-Coburg, dies, he leaves behind nothing but a famous name and a mountain of debt. To fill her beloved nation’s empty coffers, Marlena has two choices: marry or beg. Although she’s considered one of Europe’s great beauties, Marlena has a fiery temper and frightens off all but the most repulsive of the international nobility. Too proud to surrender to a man she does not love, Marlena goes to America to raise the money, arriving just in time to see the stock market crash of 1880. Penniless and desperate, the princess decides to find investors among the gold-rush millionaires of the American West. Instead she finds misery, danger, and a handsome stranger with a temper rough enough to match her own. To make it home, Europe’s toughest princess will have to find her inner cowgirl.

Illuminations

Magnifying the Light of Christ through the Pen

Illuminations

Through poetry, essays, and a short story, the contributing writers of Illuminations share their struggles, fears, and doubts and relay their underlying faith and hope they have in their walk with God. Compiled by LaTonja Brown, this anthology contains works by members of the Pentecostal Covenant Church in Seattle, Washington, with the youngest writer being ten years old. The works’ tone, mood, and emotion move up and down between despair and hope, failure and triumph, and doubt and faith. The writings address a plethora of subjects including death, struggle, illness, broken relationships, identity, abuse, loss, hope, and healing. Though the selections often address serious and heartfelt topics, the writings communicate that through it all, there is a beacon of light. It demonstrates the resiliency of the human spirit and shows that despite the odds, we hold on to our hope and faith that all things work for our good.

The Princess Parables Daughters of the King

90 Devotions

The Princess Parables Daughters of the King

Ninety devotions, each with a Scripture, reflections, and prayer, and written especially for young girls as they reflect on being a daughter of the True King. The Princess Parables Daughters of the King, 90 Devotions is a collection of readings covering themes that are close to a young girl’s heart—love, friendship, generosity, joy, and courage. With Scripture, reflection, prayer, and gentle words of wisdom and encouragement from the princess sisters Faith, Joy, Charity, Hope, and Grace, these devotions are sure to inspire thoughts of love and peace in every little princess’s day. Perfect for bedtime or any time of day, parents and young girls will cherish their time together reading this devotional that encourages them to live like a daughter of the King. The Princess Parables Daughters of the King: Features the beloved princess sisters from the princess Parables series Contains lovely illustrations from the Princess Parables series Perfect for bedtime or anytime prayer Written for girls ages 4-8

I’m a New Big Sister: A Princess Polly book

I’m a New Big Sister: A Princess Polly book

Princess Polly I'm a New Big Sister is a bright and engaging ebook describing the excitement and fun of having a new sibling and becoming a sister. The simple text and colourful illustrations will help little girls understand what happens when a new baby joins the family and how lovely it is to be a big sister. Have fun sharing the story with your child, whether reading it yourself or following along with the friendly voiceover. Part of Ladybird's successful Pirate Pete and Princess Polly range, it is the perfect companion to Princess Polly's Potty book.

Always Sisters

Becoming the Princess You Were Created to Be

Always Sisters

Becoming the princess God intended you to be has a lot to do with discovering -- who you are as His daughter and who you can be as a sister to those who walk beside you. Award-winning singer CeCe Winans has a heart for God and a heart for you and your future. And in the pages of this book, she shares her heart and her vision for you as a daughter of the King of Kings. Each day's devotional will help you grow more and more into the princess you were created to be. You'll find -- - a message from CeCe's heart to yours - scriptures to guide you in your royal walk as a princess - journaling questions to help you look into yourself and into God's Word - an Always Sisters Sister Tip to help you be a sister to the princess beside you It takes just twenty-one days to make a new habit. The twenty-one devotional messages in this book were designed to bring out the princess in you. They form a crown that you can wear again and again.

Turandot's Sisters (RLE Folklore)

A Study of the Folktale AT 851

Turandot's Sisters (RLE Folklore)

The central tale studied in Turandot’s Sisters, first published in 1993, is The Princess Who Can Not Solve the Riddle, AT 851. Other wisdom tales are surveyed to show that they are separate from the riddle tales in material and in spirit. Customs and beliefs concerning riddling and riddle contests are examined to see what motifs from the tales are taken from reality, leaving the rest to be either fantasy motifs or stylistic traits. The central tale AT 851 is analysed in detail to exhibit its obligatory and optional elements, a wealth of possibilities that enables it to adapt to a range of moods and to express a variety of ideas.

The Princess of the Light

Book One of the Saga of the Princesses of the Light

The Princess of the Light

The Princess of the Light: Book One of the Saga of the Princesses of the Light by James McKenzie The Princess of the Light by James A. McKenzie is a "fantastical" ride through space among thousands of civilizations that achieved much, but never conquered the problem of greed. This is a story that could have taken place several thousand years ago, or could possibly take place several thousand years in the future. This ethereal tale began in the surface world of Sha'nia, whose great trading ship returned from the cosmos with unexpected cargo-a plague that was so communicable that even trained medical personnel were unaware of it until it was too late. In two days, nearly the entire population had died. Now 6,000 people were the beneficiaries of 50 billion. In the Royal Palace, only 25 survived, including Queen Anne and her four children-William, Elizabeth, Andrea, and Andrew. They knew they were safe with the resources to feed, clothe, and educate themselves. However, over time, a problem came to light-only 100 women and 5 men remained fertile-how would they restore their population?Now, join the Sha'nia in their adventurous travels to other civilizations, as they look for ways to keep their planet alive. About the Author James A. McKenzie is a Michigan native, raised in Montrose, and currently residing in Haslett. The father of three children, he has enjoyed coaching their sports teams. An alumnus of Michigan State University, he trained as an engineer and is a skilled metal model maker by profession, able to create items that do not exist at present. If it can be imagined, he can make it. In addition to writing, his interests include sports and he has been a season ticketholder of Michigan State's women's basketball for years.