In A.D. 641, the captain of Princess Wen Cheng’s bodyguard devotes every moment of his life to keeping her safe. The princess is traveling in a huge caravan from the Chinese Empire to Tibet to become the bride of the Tibetan king. Captain Lin finds a magic mirror that can help him serve the princess but what can a mere bodyguard do, caught between a princess and a minister, an emperor and a king?
Each year, sixth graders at Kinard dive into the world of Mythology. After studying great works of Homer, Ancient Greece and Rome, students write their own myths. This is the compilation of their hard work.
Some heroes are strong. Some are brave. And some, like Raven, are clever.
In this adaptation of a beloved tale out of the Pacific Northwest, Raven outwits the Old Chief of the tribe that lives above the sky and brings sunlight back to a grateful world. Like winter stories told around the world, this tale is a fun reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always light coming.
Great for readers of all ages, this interactive version of the classic fairy tale "Puss in Boots" puts YOU in the role of the cat. Select the right choice and your tale will end Happily Ever After! An entertaining and interactive way to enjoy this fairy tale that is over 500 years old!
When Rose's father fails to come back from an attempt to rescue a princess, she does not hesitate to strap on her father's old armor and ride into the dark forest. There she defeats a cursed knight and learns his secret, and then goes to rescue the sleeping princess from the castle's tower. And how does one wake a princess from a magical sleep? (A work- and family-safe lesbian folktale.)