While flying to a warmer climate, a little swallow stops to rest in the great city. His short stay is extended, however, when he takes refuge at the golden statue of the Happy Prince.
Beloved since its original publication in 1888, this Oscar Wilde fairy tale is now set against a modern-day backdrop and written for young readers. Elissa Grodin's masterful retelling breathes new life and meaning into this classic story of mindfulness and compassion for others.
Stunning, evocative paintings from artist Laura Stutzman perfectly complement the present-day sensibility of the updated text.
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