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Take a look inside Gulnare of the Sea

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Gulnare of the Sea is one of the enduringly entertaining tales from The Arabian Nights. A mysterious lady is brought to the palace of a great sultan but she never utters a word and does nothing but stare at the sea – all day, every day. Eventually her story unfolds and we are treated to a sumptuous tale of enchantment, sorcery, magical transformations and adventure. In the story of Gulnare a watery sea-theme pervades everything, creating magical underwater kingdoms and raging under-the-sea battles. A rarely-told gem from the Arabian Nights, this is beautifully illustrated storytelling at its very best.

Take a look inside this fantastic new retelling by Kelley Townley with illustrations by Anja Gram.

 

 

 

 

Gulnare of the Sea

ARABIAN NIGHTS ADVENTURES

BOOK 3

Gulnare begins her tale
Gulnare, Rose of the Sea, is the mysterious lady who arrives at the palace of a sultan. She does not speak and spends all day staring at the sea. Eventually she begins her remarkable tale.
The strange bird
This bird has been acting strangely. Perhaps it is not entirely what it seems.
What happened here
Gia, a sea princess, being flung from under the ocean by powerful currents onto the land above the waves. Her home has just been invaded and the kingdoms under the sea are at war.

 

 

3. Gulnare of the Sea

Gulnare_9781911030027

A mysterious lady is brought to the palace of a great sultan but she never utters a word and does nothing but stare at the sea – all day, every day. As her story unfolds we are treated to a sumptuous tale of enchantment, sorcery, magical transformations and adventure. In the story of Gulnare a watery sea-theme pervades everything, creating magical underwater kingdoms and raging under-the-sea battles. A rarely-told gem from the Arabian Nights, this is beautifully illustrated storytelling at its very best.

ISBN 978-1-911030-02-7

Black and white paperback with illustrations, 158 pages. Unabridged.

 

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