Precious Princess Bible
I could hardly believe my eyes. Seriously?????? A PRINCESS BIBLE. You have got to be kidding me!!!! This is how we want to represent the Bible to our young girls? I suppose it fits with the whole Toddlers and Tiara's nonsense. How sad!
It's the day after and I'm certain you can sense my anger and frustration bordering on disgust at this level of christian marketing.
Please don't misunderstand; of course little girls like to dress up and play princess; of course we save our grad dresses/wedding dresses/dress up dresses so our little girls can play make belief. The distinction for me is that one is play; the other is fostering the notion that the idea of princess is real. News flash: not real! Most of us don't end up with a prince, nor do we live in castles. We are not princesses.
This practice of marketing the Precious Princess product in Bible form is offensive. I am equally angry with the misguided person(s) that came up with the product as with the stores that are stocking the book. Needless to say we will not be buying the Precious Princess Bible for any of our precious granddaughters. How about you?
At what point does marketing go too far?