About the DVD from the Thomas Nelson’s reviewer site:
The Royal Tea Party finds Gigi with 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.
In The Pink Ballerina, Gigi and Frances take their first dance lesson. 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 make God proud of her. But she unexpectedly learns that God is most proud when we show love to others.
My girls were thrilled to get this DVD from Thomas Nelson – they really enjoy the God’s Little Princess items from Sheila Walsh so this was sort of like icing on the cake. Pink and frilly Gigi is God’s little princess and wants to share the news with her friend and neighbor but things keep falling apart. She is finally able to do what she knows God would want her to do. In the second title Gigi leans about God wanting us to show love to others.
I’ll admit I was a bit bored with this movie but my girls were very much into it – par for the course in this house. I will say neither I, my husband or my oldest daughter thought the use of lord toward Gigi’s cat was correct – considering the nature of the DVD – God. This did lead to us discussing the fact that we don’t call others lords and there is only one Lord, the Lord Jesus Christ, even though Sarah did call Abraham lord in the Old Testament.
Overall, I thought this was a neat way to introduce children to aspects of the Bible, I did think my 8 year old was a bit old for it but my 5 1/2 year old enjoyed it. The DVD sells for $14.99 and can be purchased at Thomas Nelson’s website.
**I was given a copy of this DVD from Thomas Nelson in exchange for my honest review, no other compensation was given.