The Invincible Kingdom by Rob Ryan

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The figures are usually solid black, but the artist sometimes tints them faintly to show that beneath her two kinky ponytails June has darker skin than her beloved companion. Admire the pictures, skip the thoroughly overblown text.
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?The third title in the stunningly illustrated fairytale trilogy for all ages from internationally-acclaimed papercut artist Rob Ryan. Born into the royal family, John has always known he doesnt want to be King. To escape his destiny hes run away and built a different kind of future for himself. But just when everything seems to be going right for John, his past catches up with him: Lord Von Dronus, the palaces senior courtier, is determined to hunt him down. Forced into hiding with his best friend, June, it seems as though John will never be able to live an ordinary life. Until one night he decides to put an audacious plan into place. Inspiring, funny, and moving, The Invincible Kingdom is about following your dreams and creating your own happily ever after.
 

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Published October 22, 2015 by Hutchinson.
Genres: Action & Adventure, Children's Books.
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on Sep 19 2016

The figures are usually solid black, but the artist sometimes tints them faintly to show that beneath her two kinky ponytails June has darker skin than her beloved companion. Admire the pictures, skip the thoroughly overblown text.

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