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The Three Princes is a Middle Eastern folktale that teaches readers about making tough decisions. The author guides the readers by including reference points and focus questions throughout the book. For example, definitions of difficult terns could be found at the bottom of the page. The story itself has an easy to follow plot and the author does a great job at only introducing important characters to the story. This book has simple yet vibrant colored pictures that flow nicely with its tradition structure of the story. Students will be interested to see which of the three princes the princess will chooses because they all took part in aiding her recovery. This story would be best understood by an older set of students or those that may have a higher reading level. 

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