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Prinses Talia en die Draak | Children's Fiction

Helen Brain , Vian Oelofsen

This is the story of how Princess Talia saves the kingdom from a very angry dragon. 
The dragon has landed on the roof of the palace and refuses to leave. The king tries everything to get rid of the fierce dragon, but to no avail. Princess Talia is not afraid and speaks to the dragon. He confesses that he cannot leave because he can’t see properly and is afraid that he might land on something less appropriate than the roof of a palace. 
Princess Talia lends him her glasses (wearing glasses was a curse one of the bad fairies put on her when she was born) so that he can see properly to fly away. She is the hero and all the little girls in her ballet class, that used to make fun of her, now also want to wear glasses. 
The style is quirky and light and full of fun. It is aimed at first readers and illustrated in full colour.
There will be at least three books in the Princess Talia series.

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Prinses Talia en die Draak | Children's Fiction

Author: Helen Brain , Vian Oelofsen
Category: Children's Fiction
ISBN: 9780798158190
Date Released: 29 September 2012
Price (incl. VAT): R 125.00
Format: Soft cover, 64pp

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Helen Brain , Vian Oelofsen

Helen Brain was born in 1960 in Perth, Western Australia, and grew up in Durban, South Africa. In 1982 she completed a Performer’s degree in singing at the...

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