One day, a poor flower sellers drops his leftover flowers into the sea as a gift for the Dragon King. What does he get in return? A little snot-nosed boywith the power to grant wishes! Soon the flower seller is rich, but when he forgets the meaning of "thank you," he loses everything once again. "You just can't help some humans," say the snot-nosed little boy and the Dragon King.
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This Japanese variant of "The Fisherman and His Wife" features a poor flower seller and a snot-nosed boy.Aug 18 2011 | Read Full Review of The Boy from the Dragon Palace