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The Prince and the Brave Girl

Written By: Maor Farhi

  • Total Pages: 5
  • Book Level: 3

Excerpt from The Book: "The Prince and the Brave Girl"

Once upon a time, in a land far away, there lived a kind and brave prince. He was loved by all in his kingdom, and his people were happy and prosperous. But one day, an evil sorcerer cast a spell that made the prince fall into a deep sleep. His kingdom fell into chaos, and his people were left without a leader. A brave young girl decided to embark on a journey to break the spell and save the prince.She set out on her journey, facing many obstacles and overcoming many challenges. She met a wise old wizard who taught her the ways of magic and gave her a powerful amulet. She fought against fierce monsters and battled through treacherous swamps. But finally, she reached the sorcerer's castle and confronted the evil sorcerer. She used the amulet and her courage to defeat the sorcerer and break the spell.The prince woke up from his deep sleep, and he was amazed to see the young girl who had saved him. He thanked her and asked her to stay with him and become his queen. She agreed, and they ruled the kingdom together, bringing peace and prosperity back to the land. They had many children and lived a long and happy life together. And the kingdom prospered under their wise and just rule.But as the prince and his queen grew old, they knew that it was time to choose a new ruler. They held a tournament to find the bravest and strongest warrior in the land. Many brave men and women competed, but in the end, a young prince emerged victorious. the old prince and queen stepped down and handed the kingdom over to the new ruler. And the kingdom continued to flourish under the new prince's just and wise rule.The old prince and queen retired to a small cottage in the countryside. They lived a peaceful and happy life, surrounded by their children and grandchildren. They were remembered by the people as great and beloved rulers. And the kingdom continued to thrive, remembering the legacy of the prince and his queen. And they lived happily ever after.