The Artist and the King

When a bad tempered King punishes a little artist, he meets his match For Daphne, the artist, turns her punishment, a dunce cap, into a fashionable and regal hat.Now every villager wants to wear one of Daphne s creations How could she have known that her hat making would undermine the King s authority Then again, maybe Daphne s caring, creative spirit is just what the kWhen a bad tempered King punishes a little artist, he meets his match For Daphne, the artist, turns her punishment, a dunce cap, into a fashionable and regal hat.Now every villager wants to wear one of Daphne s creations How could she have known that her hat making would undermine the King s authority Then again, maybe Daphne s caring, creative spirit is just what the kingdom and the King has needed all along.
The Artist and the King When a bad tempered King punishes a little artist he meets his match For Daphne the artist turns her punishment a dunce cap into a fashionable and regal hat Now every villager wants to wear one o

  • Title: The Artist and the King
  • Author: Julie Fortenberry
  • ISBN: 9780979300035
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Artist and the King”

    1. A great book about being nice with great illustrations by the author. My girls loved it and asked immediately that it be read again.

    2. Some of us, especially as kids, might have drawn a mean picture of someone; and if we were unlucky, that person saw our picture. The little girl in this book was extremely unlucky, because she drew a mean picture of the KING—and he saw it, and he was angry. She had a little bit of luck, though, because her punishment could have been worse. The king told her she was no longer an artist, took away her artist beret, and made her wear a dunce cap. Looking for a silver lining in her cloud, she deci [...]

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