King finds out that the queen is betraying him, he gets furious and calls for the Headsman.
Headsman appears urgently and cuts off the Queen's head .
King asks his Minister to bring him each night the most beautiful young girl. The next day the girl is killed by King's headsman .
The King's knights are bringing a beautiful young girl to the palace .
All the girls in the kingdom try to get married before they are taken to the palace, to be executed. They don't think whether they are ready to get married or if they are marrying the right person !
One day the Minister's daughter becomes volunteer to go to the Palace. She thinks she can find a way to stop the killing of the young and innocent girls. She tells a story to the king and the king goes to sleep and next day , king does not command his headsman to kill the girl because he wants her to tell him another story at night. This goes on and on….
The Tailless Mouse
22*22 24 Pages 978-600-5131-69-7
This story is about a mouse which has lost his tail, and is trying to put it back. It goes to many people and asks for help...
The Thousand-Woodpecker Valley
20*26 32 Pages
A story of love, enchantment, and separation. Two inseparable sisters find themselves in a bitter situation after a witch curses one of them. Can the power of love help reunite them?
The whipping boy
161 Pages 978-600-8025-90-0
Houpaa, Greenwillow Books
Award-winning author Sid Fleischman blends the broadly comic with the deeply compassionate in this memorable novel, winner of the Newbery Medal.
A Prince and a Pauper . . . Prince Brat and his whipping boy inadvertently trade places after becoming involved with dangerous outlaws. The two boys have nothing in common and even less reason to like each other. But when they find themselves taken hostage after running away, they are left with no choice but to trust each other. A rollicking tale of adventure and mistaken identity . . . . Robust scenes and characters are vividly evoked.—Kirkus Reviews
This briskly told tale of high adventure, taut with suspense and rich with colorful characters, was named an ALA Notable Book. Sid Fleischman's celebrated novel features brief, action-packed chapters and includes black-and-white illustrations by Caldecott Honor artist Peter Sís. An 18th century tale about the escapades of a resourceful orphan and a spoiled young prince. . . . Full of adventure, suspense, humor, and lively characters.—The New York Times
A child grows and discovers the world.As he lies awake at night, he sees there's enough room in the sky for all the stars and the moon.When he visits the ocean, he sees there is enough for all the fish, even for the whales.As he goes up, he doesn't understand why people fight for space.Surly, if we are kinder to one another, there will always be room for everyone? This is a beautiful and profound picture book- a testament of our time and a touching allegory for war and the refugee crisis. This young child's reflection carry a profound message of peace and tolerance.