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Drakestail visits the king

a magic lantern fairy tale

by Philip, Neil.

  • 206 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Philomel Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France.
    • Subjects:
    • Folklore -- France.

    • About the Edition

      The adventures of a drake who becomes a king with the help of a fox, ladder, river, and wasp"s nest.

      Edition Notes

      Statementretold by Neil Philip ; illustrated by Henry Underhill.
      ContributionsUnderhill, Henry, 1855-1920, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ8.1.P55 Dr 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[25] p. :
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2716215M
      ISBN 100399213929
      LC Control Number86009306
      OCLC/WorldCa13497302

      The New Oxford Book of Children's Verse (Oxford Books of Verse) (Editor) 75 copies, 2 reviews. Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen {12 stories} (Compiler) 71 copies, 4 reviews. Drakestail Visits the King 7 copies. Best-Loved Fairy Tales by Grimm and Andersen {26 stories} 7 copies. Quackling is wise duck who saves up a lot of money. He lends some money to the King, who does not repay him. Quackling decides to set off to the King’s palace. On the way, he is joined by some unlikely friends, but “you can never have too many friends”! Why we chose it. A lovely story to tell with very young children – with lots of actions.

      The Magic Latern by Bergman Ingmar: and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   So Drakestail loaned all his money to the King—" In this old folk tale, the gist of which is the merry adventures of a duck, the story interest begins with the first sentence. The children are introduced, with no unnecessary preliminaries of description or explanation to the hero, Drakestail, and then they are plunged into the story itself.

      In this old French folktale, Drakestail (a duck) goes to the castle to retrieve the money he lent to the king. Along the way, he meets several friends who help him out. As the duck says, "Quack. You can never have too many friends.". The King and His Advisor - When a king imprisons his advisor, a surprise awaits. Drakestail - Sing along with Drakestail as he strives for an audience with the king. The Poor Man and the Rich Man’s Purse - Thankfully, a wise rabbi can solve a problem. Ideas - When a fox and a crane are both trapped, which one has a plan?


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Drakestail is talking to his friend Fox. He is off to see the King to whom he has lent money. As with any printable artwork, there is a good 'bleed' round the edge of the actual picture, and the figures are kept well within the main frame.

I love doing natural scenes like this, and can never resist putting in some kind of fungi and little woodland folk. The king is a pudgy boy in jeans, T-shirt, and a crown that looks like a backward-facing baseball cap.

In the end, the king apologizes and Duck accepts, because "You can't have too many friends!" This is a lighter-than-air confection, but the playful message will appeal to children, who will enjoy the story's simple sense of fairness and broad Reviews: 4.