New Book Becomes a Place Where Girls Can Find Jesus - The King Who Sees Them
ST CHARLES, IL, April 20, 2020 - In “A Royal Mission,” Luisa Rodriguez aims to show girls that Jesus sees them as an important part of His story. Through striking illustrations and a captivating plot, girls learn about their God-given purpose and and what it means to serve the King.
In this children’s book, the reader has the chance to become part of the story. She is asked to insert her name into the pages of the book making her the protagonist.
Her journey begins in a perfect kingdom as a beautiful princess, but she is soon interrupted by a messenger from the King's court who tells her the King wishes to see her. Upon arriving at the palace, the King tasks her with an important mission to a lost world and explains the difficulties she will encounter. The story then weaves through images of her life in the lost world, the details of her mission, and the circumstances of her return to paradise. It is only at the end that girls learn that this benevolent, powerful King is Jesus.
This allegorical story helps budding princesses understand their role and purpose in God’s overarching plan. It includes discussion questions to help girls make the connection between this story and the Biblical record.
About the Author:
Luisa Rodriguez is a prolific writer and illustrator with a passion for helping girls find their purpose and develop a positive self-image.
As a former Sunday school pre-K teacher and youth leader, Luisa aims to find creative ways to teach girls Biblical concepts in easy to understand formats.
Rodriguez is available for interviews and appearances. For booking presentations, media appearances, interviews, and/or book-signings contact email@example.com.
For more information, visit A Royal Mission at Luisa’s website.
Book available for purchase at Amazon.
To order in bulk, contact Luisa Rodriguez via email.
Age Range: 5-9 years
Hardcover and Paperback: 34 Pages
Publisher: Fruitfully Write, LLC (March 20, 2020)
ISBN (Hardcover): 978-1734298703
ISBN (Paperback): 978-1734298710