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The King's Equal

by Katherine Paterson
In order to inherit the crown, an arrogant young prince is told he must marry a woman who is his equal. The prince is sure this is impossible, but in true fairy tale fashion, he learns a lot along the way! 28 pages, Ages 7-10

Item Number: 695
Category:Shorter Fiction in Contracted Braille (in EBAE)

Price: $6.50
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5I read this book to my 6th grade class and my students loved it. They just couldn't believe Raphael's arrogance. They believe his father made that demand on purpose because, as arrogant as he was, they knew for sure that Prince Raphael would never find anyone his equal. His father feared his son getting his crown, because he knew his people would suffer. My students really enjoyed how Rosamund turned things around and how Prince Raphael now wasn't Rosamund's equal. Prince Raphael really learned a lesson and that is that wealth, wisdom, and beauty are no substitute for friendships. He learned that he must be kind and sensitive to the feelings of others, and in turn people will be kind to him, and he will gain friends for life.
2011-08-06

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