"Once, long ago, there was a king. His kingdom was rich, his palace beautiful and his army big and powerful.
There was just one thing the king did not have.
But the king didn't want just any old ship. He wanted a ship bigger, more powerful and full of beautiful treasures than any ship that had ever been been…"
"The King's Ship" is a cautionary tale that unveils the perils of greed. Authored by the multi-award-winning picture book maker, Valerio Vidali, this enchanting story promises laughter, lessons, and a delightful journey for readers of all ages.
Brace yourself for a mischievous twist that adds an extra layer of charm to the narrative. Vidali's storytelling is infused with a delightful sense of mischief, making the book an engaging and entertaining read.
If you're a fan of Jon Klassen, Peter Brown, or Emily Haworth Booth's "The King Who Banned the Dark," you're in for a treat. "The King's Ship" aligns with the spirit of these beloved authors and their penchant for stories that resonate across generations.
Dive into the world of "The King's Ship," where laughter meets wisdom, and a cautionary tale unfolds in the hands of a master storyteller. Valerio Vidali's latest creation is not just a book; it's an invitation to embark on a sparklingly funny and thought-provoking escapade.
About the Author:
Valerio Vidali, the creative force behind "The King's Ship," is an Italian illustrator whose works have transcended borders, being translated into a dozen languages. His knack for storytelling and visually arresting illustrations has earned him international acclaim, making him a prominent figure in the world of picture books.