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[PDF] Download Secret Garden Wall Calendar An Inky Treasure Hunt…Miles, featuring illustrations by J. A sequel entitled The Princes and the Dragon has been written and will focus upon Earnest and Gallant's life raising twin boys. The strong and capable Princess Elena has a problem — her father, King Rufus, has been pressuring her to marry a prince, despite her own desire not to marry a prince. In desperation Elena makes a wish and is whisked away by an old woman in a carriage, prompting her father to announce that he will marry Elena to any one that can rescue her. The request is answered by two men, the reluctant and shy bookworm Earnest and the strong and handsome Gallant. They eventually manage to make their way to the tower where Elena is being held, only for the old woman to demand that they bring her the "greatest treasure in the land" in exchange for the princess. Assuming that she meant physical goods, Earnest and Gallant seek out the land's five greatest treasures, only to fall in love in the process discover that the greatest treasure isn't a physical good but rather their love for one another.
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So, we mounted our valiant steeds and searched the kingdom high and low, for books that would satisfy the entire royal court without sacrificing the fierce feminist values we hold dear. Here are the treasures we found! Princess Gie Gie can tame wild dogs with her howl, and make the wind come at her call, but she cannot bring the water closer to her village. The writing is also lovely, wrapping Gie Gie in a story that acknowledges the beauty of her world alongside its difficulties. Things to know: The author is not from Burkina Faso, and is therefore not a member of a community like the one in the story, however, the research she undertook seems to have created an accurate portrayal. Instead, Princess Smartypants turns her prince into a toad. Take that, tradition.
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