Friday, June 10, 2016

The Adventures of Rooney Cruz Bible Belles Esther: The Belle of Patience Book Review and Giveaway #BibleBelles #FlyBy

I received Bible Belles Esther: The Belle of Patience free to facilitate this review.

Bible Belles The Adventures of Rooney Cruz by Erin Weidemann is an original children's series that presents the female heroes from the Bible like never before. The brand new series highlights five women of the Bible: Hannah, Esther, Abigail, Ruth and Deborah and each of their strongest virtues. These five were picked because of the bible verse, The sound of the Bell[e]s will be H.E.A.R.D… – Exodus 28:35. The acronym H.E.A.R.D. is the first letter of each of the biblical heroine's names.

These story books set out to empower and inspire little girls to be a beacon of what is right instead of what the world tells them they should be. In each book the main character, Rooney Cruz, goes through a modern day problem that needs to be solved. Her guardian angel, Mari, helps her solve these problems by showing her blasts from the past from biblical times. Each "Bible Belle" Mari shows Rooney has character traits that Rooney then incorporates into her own life to solve the problem that she has been having. These stories show the girls who read them how to apply these core Christian character traits, values, and virtues to real world problems that a girl might face in today's world and that beauty within is more important.

My girls love the story of Esther and how she was so very patient, trusting in the Lord to show her when the right time to approach the King was and following the promptings of the Spirit. They have heard it many times in our bible studies, but I believe that this storybook connected better with them. The story of Rooney is very relatable and although we might not have a guardian angel we can actually see, we do have the Holy Spirit that helps us and shows us the way. I am glad when I read this story to my girls it gave me an opportunity to share my testimony to them and let them know that having patience is very important. I know that my girls will remember Esther and her story better because we read this book.

I recommend this book and the others in the series to anyone who wants to help their daughter discover God's love and their divine purpose. These biblical heroines are wonderful role models for all young ladies. These have great age appropriate lessons and morals and should be included in every little girl's bible study.

Book Trailer:
Bible Belle's Esther: The Belle of Patience from Bible Belles on Vimeo.

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1 comment:

Michelle faile said...

I think patience is important, I always tell my daughter "patience is a virtue" no one like an impatient person