The Land Of The Blue Flower
Every fair night through the King's earliest years the Ancient One carried him to the battlements and let him fall asleep beneath the shining myriads. But first he would walk about bearing him in his arms, or sit with him in the splendid silence, sometimes relating wonders to him in a low voice, sometimes uttering no word, only looking calmly into the high vault above as if the stars spoke to him and told him of perfect peace.
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The Land of the Blue Flower by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a short sweet fairy tale by the author of The Secret Garden and A Little Princess. It's the sort of morality tale often written to instruct ... Read full review