The Emperor and the Kite

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Collins & World, 1967 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 31 pages
28 Reviews
When the emperor is imprisoned in a high tower, his smallest daughter, whom he has always ignored, uses her kite to save him.

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Gorgeous illustrations and a lovely, quiet flow. - Goodreads
Simple colorful illustrations on a white background. - Goodreads
The book is accompanied by many great illustrations! - Goodreads
The illustrations are very unusual. - Goodreads
Bah! I like the story and the illustrations. - Goodreads

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User Review  - kbrash1 - LibraryThing

In my opinion, this was a spectacular story. The main character, Djeow Seow (Chinese for “the smallest one”), is a very likable character that I feel many people could find relatable, as I believe ... Read full review

Review: The Emperor and the Kite

User Review  - Aaron Siclovan - Goodreads

Being very little and not observable, Princess DJEOW SEOW spends all her time by herself, or playing with her precious kite of paper and sticks. This toy for the little girl is very significant and ... Read full review

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