The Emperor's New Clothes
Unicorn Publishing House, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
Two rascally weavers convince the emperor they are making him beautiful new clothes, visible only to those fit for their posts, but during a royal procession in which he first wears them, a child whispers that the emperor has nothing on.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Golijanin - LibraryThing
This fairy tale is humorous and sarcastic. Its emphasis is on self-centeredness, vanity, and frivolousness. We can all be in a situation where we feel insecure to express our opinion and decide rather ... Read full review
THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHESUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
From Lewis (The Steadfast Tin Soldier, 1992, etc.), a plucky new treatment of the familiar tale. Here the emperor, everyone's favorite sartorial obsessive, is a preWW I dandy, but he is the same chump ... Read full review