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The Kingdom of Nothing

The Kingdom of Nothing

by Ronald Wohlman

In the Kingdom of Nothing, there really was nothing. No toys or TVs. No tablets or phones. No bicycles or tricyles or anything at all. Yet, with nothing in their kingdom, the Queen and the King, the Princess and the Prince, were still the happiest family in the land. And the reason why is simple. They all knew that the things in life that can bring you the most joy are around you all the time. You just need to know where to look for them.


Ages: 3-6
Illustrated by: Dylan Hewitt
ISBN: 9780711245266
Price: $18.99
Published by: Frances Lincoln Children's Books

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