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An enchanting and mysterious tale of a faraway land where a young king transforms his kingdom with a blue flower and some positive thinking. It is a story of love and the beauty of nature where the young king is taught by an old and sacred man what love means and how it can transform the world.

Francis Hodgson Burnett

Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849–1924) was an English-born author of romances and books for children. After moving to America in 1865 she established a popular reputation with the publication of That Lass o’ Lowries in 1877. She is best known for such stories as Little Lord Fauntleroy, The Little Princess, and The Secret Garden.

Public Domain (P)2002 Alcazar Audioworks

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  • 20-06-21

“Fill your kind with a beautiful thought, and there will be no room for others.”

What a wonderful reminder, through a delightful story, of the ancient truth that what we dwell upon in our minds is what we become.
Frances Hodgson Burnett at her best.
May many people, of all ages read and appropriate the truths of this story for their own.
Perfect narrator as well.