Prince Edward's Feast
Written by Robin O'Brien, Leah-Ellen Heming
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Even a King can be easily defeated by simple things! Left to feed Prince Edward when the Queen goes out shopping, the King tries everything to tempt his son to eat. But Prince Edward will have none of it! The King asks the Court Egg-Layer, the Count Dragon Slayer and the court Chef but no one can find out what it is the Prince will eat. When the Queen returns, the solution is a very straightforward one… An entertaining story about a familiar battleground!
A fun, young and tasty treat that parents and toddlers will thoroughly enjoy feasting upon. The King tries to persuade his son to eat something before the Queen gets back from the market, but no amount of trying with the help of the Court Chef, the Court Jester and even the Court Egg-layer can persuade Edward to eat anything, until that is he’s given... his spoon!
Prince Edward's Feast by Robin O'Brien, Leah-Ellen Heming
The baby Prince won’t eat. The King is distraught. But with the help of all the king’s horses and all the king’s men, surely Prince Edward will eat again! A fun, young, delicious book, with brilliant illustrations from Leah-Ellen Heming.
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Robin O'Brien, Leah-Ellen Heming
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