The emperor and the kite

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Macmillan/McGraw Hill School Pub. Co., 1993 - Fathers and daughters - 31 pages
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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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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

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User Review  - melissadorish - LibraryThing

The smallest and youngest daughter of the emperor is inconsequential and ignored in this folktale. She has four brothers who were all deemed important and three older sisters who were all bigger and ... Read full review

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