Princess And The Three Knights [Hardcover]

By Karen Kingsbury (Author)
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A king devises a frightful final competition for the three knights who have excelled in the quest for the hand of his daughter, who possesses incomparable inner and outer beauty, in order to determine which is truly worthy of her love.

Publishers Description
'There was once a princess ... the most beautiful in all the land.' The search is on! The king determines to find a young man worthy of the hand of the princess. The knights of the kingdom endure tests and challenges to show their courage and strength. But those qualities alone will not win the king's approval or the princess's heart. The right knight must prove his kindness and character . . . And the real meaning of true love.

Item Specifications...

Pages   40
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 9" Width: 10.8" Height: 0.5"
Weight:   0.95 lbs.
Binding  Hardcover
Release Date   Aug 7, 2009
Publisher   Zondervan Publishing
Age  4-7
ISBN  0310716411  
EAN  9780310716419  
UPC  025986716417  

Availability  8 units.
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More About Karen Kingsbury

Karen Kingsbury USA Today and New York Times bestselling author Karen Kingsbury is America's #1 inspirational novelist, with more than 15 million copies of her award-winning books in print. She has written more than 40 novels, ten of which have hit #1 on national lists. Karen is also a public speaker, reaching more than 100,000 women annually through various national events. Karen and her husband, Don, live in the Pacific Northwest with their six children, three of whom are adopted from Haiti. You can visit Karen's website at

Karen Kingsbury currently resides in Fairfax, in the state of Virginia. Karen Kingsbury was born in 1963.

Karen Kingsbury has published or released items in the following series...
  1. 9/11
  2. Above the Line
  3. Angels Walking
  4. Bailey Flanigan (Audio)
  5. Bailey Flanigan (Hardcover)
  6. Bailey Flanigan (Paperback)
  7. Baxter Family
  8. Baxter Family Drama: Sunrise
  9. Christian Large Print Originals
  10. Firstborn (Tyndale)
  11. Forever Faithful
  12. Life-Changing Bible Story
  13. Life-Changing Bible Study
  14. Lost Love
  15. Red Gloves
  16. Redemption (Karen Kingsbury)
  17. Sunrise

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
greatgranddaughters love my favorite authors kid's book  Feb 12, 2010
I bought our two little beautiful,redheaded, great-granddaughters Karen Kingsbury's kid's book entitled 'The Princess and the Three Knights' and gave it to them at Christmas time. They love it and had their mom read it 5 times the first night!! I am so glad they love it as Karen is my favorite author and she shows her love of God through her work. The illustrations are beautiful and being a hard covered book, they will have it forever in their book library. Thanks, Karen. and Thanks this site for carring such wonderful works.
This was a heartwarming Christian-based story about a princess, a knight and the "true meaning of love."  Jan 25, 2010
The princess was beautiful and when she passed by in her multicolored carriage a little girl rushed up with a bouquet of flowers while others stood by, waved or simply admired her beauty. She was of marriageable age and all the knights in the kingdom wanted her hand in marriage, some for her beauty, while others wanted her for her money. Her father, the king, "decided that only a knight who treasured the princess for who she was on the inside" would be chosen. He soon staged a competition to see who that special young man would be.

The knight chosen would have to be courageous, strong, loyal, kind and most importantly of all have a "deep faith in God." The knight who possessed all these characteristics would be very special and the only one worthy of the princess. The competition began and everything from races to essay writing were undertaken. In time the field was narrowed down to three knights. The final test would determine who the princess would marry. There was a treacherous cliff "overlooking the sea." The knights would pretend they were riding a horse while carrying the princess. The one who came closest to the edge would be the winner. The first knight tried not to show his fear, the second was imagining his riches and the third kept repeating to himself: "I can do everything through God who gives me strength." Would anyone plunge over the cliff? Which knight would win the hand of the princess?

This was a heartwarming Christian-based story about a princess, a knight and the "true meaning of love." The tale of the princess and how her father selected the perfect knight for her is not at all preachy, but rather has a lovely gentle Christian overtone. Before the story begins, we see the princess pensively looking out the window of the castle. First Corinthians 13:4, 7 is printed out (Love is patient, love is kind, etc.) The artwork is sweeping, beautiful and adds just the right touches to give it that fairy tale quality. This is a very popular book with young children and imparts one of those special lessons about love that we all need to learn!
Not very good  Jan 20, 2010
It is beautifully illustrated, but the story is flat. It is basically an illustrated kiddie sermon aimed at little girls. It is not a story to read just for the pleasure of reading. The book starts out telling you the princess was loved by her kingdom because she was as beautiful inside as she was outside, but we never see her inner beauty. The princess clings to her father, the king, throughout the book, looking anxious. The king is in charge. He picks out who is daughter is going to marry by a contest. He rejects the suitors with only he felt suitor one was arrogant and he felt suitor two was greedy. It doesn't show how how he knew suitor one was arrogant or why he thought suitor two was greedy except for a line or two of thought text by each unsuitable suitor in the final contest. The final contest itself was the only clever redeeming part of the book.
Beautiful Inside and Out  Dec 30, 2009
Beautifully written storyline. I wanted my daughter (who is in love with princesses) to be reminded that it is her inner beauty that matters. People may look at her outer beauty, but those that matter will look at her heart. This story line reinforces this concept. The princess is beautiful - inside and out. Her father wants someone to value her inner beauty more than her outer beauty or the wealth she will bring her husband. I want my daughter to also know this... her inner beauty (kindness, joy, love) is what will shine through!
What a wonderful Children's book  Dec 7, 2009
Loved this book so much! What a great book for young girls. Enjoyed this!

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