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by Vladimir Vagin,Katherine Paterson

  • Author: Vladimir Vagin,Katherine Paterson
  • ISBN: 0440832543
  • ISBN13: 978-0440832546
  • ePub: 1804 kb | FB2: 1468 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Geography & Cultures
  • Publisher: Trumpet Club; A trumpet Club special ed edition (1994)
  • Pages: 64
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 113
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The King's Equal ePub download

by Katherine Paterson & illustrated by Vladimir Vagin. On his deathbed, the wise old king decrees that his arrogant son will not inherit the crown until he marries "a woman who is your equal in beauty and intelligence and wealth.

by Katherine Paterson & illustrated by Vladimir Vagin. Angry, and misunderstanding this "blessing," Prince Raphael sets about impoverishing his people and rejecting a procession of princesses who may excel in one quality, but never in three.

The King's Equal Library Binding – 1 February 1996. This book was easy to read because of the large font and easy vocabulary. Children judged the book by that and thought it would be a fast read and under their abilities. by Katherine Paterson (Author), Vladimir Vagin (Illustrator, Photographer). Therefore, they missed many of the details and concepts they should have seen. It is more like a fable with a moral which the children missed before adults called their attention to the facts of the story.

The King's Equal book. Katherine Paterson, Vladimir Vagin (Illustrator). Awards and Recognitions: Katherine Paterson won the Hans Christian Anderson award – 1998 and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award – 2006

The King's Equal book. A dying king makes his son his heir - on one condition: the vain. Awards and Recognitions: Katherine Paterson won the Hans Christian Anderson award – 1998 and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award – 2006. On his deathbed, the king gives his son, Prince Raphael, a blessing; though Raphael will rule when the king dies, he will not wear the king’s crown until he marries a woman that is his equal in all things: beauty, intelligence, and wealth.

by Katherine Paterson · Vladimir Vagin. A dying king makes his son his heir - on one condition: the vain Prince Raphael must marry a woman who is his equal in beauty, intelligence, and wealth. by Katherine Paterson.

Title: The King's Equal By: Katherine Paterson Format: Paperback Vendor: HarperCollins Publication Date: 1996 . Vladimir Vagin lived in Russia until he moved to the United States in 1990

Title: The King's Equal By: Katherine Paterson Format: Paperback Vendor: HarperCollins Publication Date: 1996 Dimensions: 1. 0 X . 0 . 5 (inches). Weight: 7 ounces ISBN: 006443396X ISBN-13: 9780064433969 Ages: 7-10 Stock No: WW3396X. Vladimir Vagin lived in Russia until he moved to the United States in 1990. Mr. Vagin has illustrated several books for children, including Katherine Paterson’s The King’s Equal and Celia and the Sweet, Sweet Water. He lives in Middletown Springs, VT. Ask a Question.

Katherine Paterson has twice won both the Newbery Medal and the National Book Award. She received the 1998 Hans Christian Andersen Medal as well as the 2006 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for the body of her work. An active promoter of reading and literacy, she lives with her husband, John, in Barre, Vermont.

Finding a book equal in quality and brilliance to this one is an even more formidable task.

By (author) Katherine Paterson, By (photographer) Vladimir Vagin. Free delivery worldwide.

The King's Equal" is two-time Newbery Medalist Katherine Patersons original fairy tale . But there is one condition: Raphael cannot wear the crown until he marries a woman who equals him in beauty, intelligence, and wealth. Where will such a woman be found?

But there is one condition: Raphael cannot wear the crown until he marries a woman who equals him in beauty, intelligence, and wealth. Where will such a woman be found? Raphael believes that no one is as smart or beautiful as he, and his greed soon makes him the wealthiest person in the land. But there is one thing he does not have: the crown to the kingdom.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The King's Equal by Katherine Paterson (Paperback . She is intelligent and wealthy, as well as beautiful-certainly his equal, he thinks

She is intelligent and wealthy, as well as beautiful-certainly his equal, he thinks. Finding a book equal in quality to this one is an even more formidable task. Paterson weaves her story within the structure of familiar fairy tales. Vagin's illustrations are exquisite.

To win his father's crown, Prince Raphael must marry his equal in beauty, intelligence, and wealth, whom he finds in Rosamund; but he must also prove himself her equal.
Peras
This book was easy to read because of the large font and easy vocabulary . Children “judged the book” by that and thought it would be a fast read and under their abilities. Therefore, they missed many of the details and concepts they should have seen. It is more like a fable with a moral which the children missed before adults called their attention to the facts of the story.
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I purchased this book after one of my students shared her copy with me. I didn't use it this year, but I hope to use it as a mentor text next school year. It's a great book!
Jieylau
This little book is a great introduction to chapter books for young readers. The text is larger and while it has some challenging words it is not overwhelming. It is a lovely story about friendship and good values. My six year old read a chapter every day for a week and loved the story. It has not only improved her reading fluency but also her enjoyment of reading. I think this is the first time she has truly read to herself for pleasure. A big hit and a great improvement over those boring school readers.
Akisame
The land of make-believe for young children must be grounded in the universal morality to which we cling for meaning as adults. This story engages readers in the paths to humility and repentence found by a young prince who becames enthralled by the beauty of Princess Rosamund. She exhibits character beyond his own, though she has the wealth of a peasant's daughter. His pursuit of this princess leads him out of his own selfishness and into true service to his people.
Amhirishes
Great book for young children. Emphasize a lot on inner character. We as parents, would like our children to believe that good luck are more than just a pure luck sometimes, it is the result of keeping your moral and kindness under any circumstances. And the reason to keep positive lies in our conscious, not in wishing something good will follow.
Yar
My son enjoyed it. It is beautifully illustrated. There are other copies available but this one is the best as far as
I can tell.
Malahelm
Great early chapter book for young readers! Patterson's story also shares a moral of why developing the personal characteristics of charity, kindness and hard work are more important than wealth or physical beauty.
Good reading
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