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The Princess and the Three Knights by Karen…

The Princess and the Three Knights (edition 2009)

by Karen Kingsbury, Gabrielle Grimard (Illustrator)

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Title:The Princess and the Three Knights
Authors:Karen Kingsbury
Other authors:Gabrielle Grimard (Illustrator)
Info:Zonderkidz (2009), Hardcover, 40 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:spiritual, daughters, bedtime story, morals

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This is a beautifully sweet and simple fairy tale about the treasure of godly love. A lovely depiction of the meaning behind true love from Karen Kingsbury. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0310716411, Hardcover)

'There was once a princess ... the most beautiful in all the land.' The search is on! The king determines to find a young man worthy of the hand of the princess. The knights of the kingdom endure tests and challenges to show their courage and strength. But those qualities alone will not win the king's approval or the princess's heart. The right knight must prove his kindness and character . . . And the real meaning of true love.

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A king devises a frightful final competition for the three knights who have excelled in the quest for the hand of his daughter, who possesses incomparable inner and outer beauty, in order to determine which is truly worthy of her love.

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