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The Last Golden Egg

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Alexander is chosen to become the protector of the medieval King Andrew's golden egg that is thought to bring prosperity and contented, peacefulness over his realm. Alexander finds that his simple peasant life style changes dramatically. Will he remain true to his childhood virtue of honesty after being falsely accused? A three way pursuit of the egg catches innocent ...more
Paperback, 34 pages
Published January 11th 2011 by Outskirts Press
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Shannon McGee
Jul 04, 2011 Shannon McGee rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2011
Having a very fairy tale feel the story is told in a lengthy format with much description. A Kingdom with a Golden Egg of Hope is a interesting concept that loses something in the telling of the story.

A young peasant boy is asked to be caretaker of the egg but is set up by a thief who steals the egg and the blame goes on the boy. The boy pleads his innocence and his animal friends help him to prove what is right.

The story doesn’t flow that smoothly and at times can be confusing. In the beginning
Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
Written as a fable. It has a great moral and teaches honesty.

A kingdom is prosperous because of their belief in a golden egg. The king grows old and can no longer care for the egg. He searches for and then hires an honest nine year old boy to take care of it for him. Alexander is a good boy whose best friends are a dog and a horse.

The egg is stolen and his animal friends rally to help Alexander clear his name and find the egg. In the end everyone realizes that they were prosperous because of the
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