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Let’s be honest: As parents, we can have a lot of trouble making the stories of the Bible come alive for our kids. Bible Belles makes it fun and easy.

Help your daughter dive deeper into the stories that matter with interactive devotions for kids. Designed with a former Disney animator and VeggieTales book designer, the Bible Belles series follows 9-year-old Rooney Cruz on a once-in-a-lifetime superhero adventure.

Thanks to some help from the angel, Mari, Rooney meets Hannah, Esther, Abigail, Ruth and Deborah. Five heroic women of the bible with five real superpowers – prayer, patience, bravery, loyalty, and leadership – help Rooney discover the hero inside herself.

Five years ago, the lightbulb went on for mom and teacher turned national speaker, Erin Weidemann. Young girls could name every Disney Princess but struggled when it came to women in the Bible. It got her and her husband, Brent, thinking – wouldn’t it be great if girls today were just as excited about biblical women as they are about princesses? And just like that, the Bible Belles book series was born.

Erin is at The Balancing Act studio discussing the inspiration behind the series. You don’t want to miss this!

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