I Am The King by Dieterie

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After his mother gives him a crown, a little boy decides to do only what he wants to do, until he is sent to his room.

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Dieterle was born in Ghana and traveled extensively during her childhood. She studied art at the Met de Penningham Art School in Paris and decorative arts in Strasbourg, France.
Published April 1, 2001 by Orchard. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The fellow's subjects (mom and dad) finally rebel and send him to his room, whereupon Louis decides that if he can't be a king, he'll assume the identity of a big bad wolf (a costumed and darkly imposing Louis then menaces his cowering stuffed animals).

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