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The Golden Cage

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ISBN: 9781911496144
AuthorCastagnoli, Anna
Pub Date19/09/2019
BindingHardback
Pages56
CountryGBR
Dewey
Quick overview Valentina the emperor's daughter is an obsessive collector of exotic birds. Her servants track down every bird she desires - just one remains unfound: a bird that talks. Servants search far and wide to fulfill her impossible quest - and she beheads those who fail. In Valentina's palace, heads roll every day! Will the golden cage ever be filled?
€17.76

Valentina the emperor's daughter is an obsessive collector of exotic birds. Her servants track down every bird she desires - just one remains unfound: a bird that talks. Servants search far and wide to fulfill her impossible quest - and she beheads those who fail. In Valentina's palace, heads roll every day! Will the golden cage ever be filled?

A deliciously dark European fairy tale with words as rich as its bold and luxurious illustrations.

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Valentina the emperor's daughter is an obsessive collector of exotic birds. Her servants track down every bird she desires - just one remains unfound: a bird that talks. Servants search far and wide to fulfill her impossible quest - and she beheads those who fail. In Valentina's palace, heads roll every day! Will the golden cage ever be filled?

A deliciously dark European fairy tale with words as rich as its bold and luxurious illustrations.

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