Book Review: “It’s Good to Be Queen” by Liz Curtis Higgs

In my bookcase are books from many authors, but there is a handful of one author who I truly adore and will buy their newest nonfiction title as soon as it’s released. Liz Curtis Higgs is definitely one of those writers.  One day I hope to meet her because she is so authentic in her books, she’s a great rapper (see video at the bottom of this post) and I can totally relate to her. (Besides the fact that she would be a super FUN girlfriend!)

It’s Good to Be Queen – Becoming Bold, Gracious, and Wise Like the Queen of Sheba is non-fiction with history, sharing God-given wisdom through a biblical character. This time Liz brings to life the account of the Queen of Sheba, who was on a quest of wisdom during a visit with King Solomon.

Liz takes the account in I Kings 10:1-13 and gives ten different applications of how we can use this story of the Queen of Sheba in our own lives. She takes each verse and breaks it down into smaller pieces to digest and study, plus she adds her own special interpretation through a first-person account from Sheba herself.

With discussion questions and full study guide at the back of the book, this title is an excellent choice for personal or group study.

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