Sheila Walsh's bestselling series featuring the precocious Gigi is back! You'll enjoy two fully-animated stories: "The Royal Tea Party" and "The Pink Ballerina." In "The Royal Tea Party," Gigi has a dilemma. She has important news to share with her best friend, Frances, but how best to make such a grand announcement? This slice-of-life peek into the life of God's little princess reinforces the vital message that each child is royally important to God. "The Pink Ballerina," finds Gigi and Frances in their first dance class! With reluctant practice and awkward help from Tiara (her new dog) and Lord Fluffy (her not-so-cooperative cat), Gigi struggles to dance perfectly to God proud of her. Then Gigi learns that God looks at our hearts, not how perfectly we do things, and that God is proud of us when we are kind to others. Recommended for ages 4-7
Sheila Walsh's bestselling series is bestselling for a reason! This adorable character "Gigi" Learns in "The Royal Tea Party" that everyone is Beautiful and "Royal" in God's eyes! What a wonderful message to send to little girls in a world where materialism has become all too important! "The Pink Ballerina" story was very cute, and sends the much needed message that God see's who we are on the inside and love's us despite mistakes or imperfections.
This is a great series, and the recommended ages seem appropriate to the story line and animation. The Animation and Illustrations of "Gigi" are adorable and very well done. Overall, an adorable series. Teaching Little Girl's that ALL Little Girl's are Princess's in God's Eyes!
It will catch the attention of all little girl's that are princess loving, feather boa & dress up wearing, ballerina's to be! ( My little princess sure liked it :-)
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