Publisher description for The apple-pip princess / Jane Ray.


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With sumptuous artwork, Jane Ray tells an original fairy tale of a humble princess whose love for nature’s beauty restores a kingdom.

Once there was a kingdom full of laughter, happiness, trees, and birdsong. But when the queen dies, the land becomes quiet and barren, and everyone is filled with sadness. What will make the kingdom bloom again? Can Serenity, the youngest of three princesses, bring hope and life back to her kingdom with a single apple pip — a precious seed left to her by her mother? This original fairy tale is brought to life and exquisitely illustrated by the internationally renowned Jane Ray.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Fairy tales.
Princesses -- Juvenile fiction.
Kings and rulers -- Juvenile fiction.
Seeds -- Juvenile fiction.
Apples -- Juvenile fiction.
Princesses -- Fiction.
Kings, queens, rulers, etc. -- Fiction.
Seeds -- Fiction.
Apples -- Fiction.