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A Stunningly Illustrated Fairytale For All Ages From Internationally Acclaimed Papercut Artist Rob Ryan The Follow Up To THE INVISIBLE KINGDOMThis Is A Story About A Young Boy Who Doesn T Want To Be KingWhat He Wants, Than Anything, Is To Be NormalSo One Night, He Runs Away From The Palace He Climbs Out Of His Four Poster Bed, Disappears Through A Hidden Door In The Ceiling, Creeps Down A Long Forgotten Passageway, Opens A Small Window And Leaves Behind Everything He S Ever KnownAt First, The World Outside The Palace Seems A Magical Place That The King Delights In Exploring But With No Friends To Call On, No Money In His Pocket, In Fact Nothing Apart From The Clothes He Is Wearing, It Isn T Long Before The Young King Realises That Life On His Own Is Going To Be Full Of Challenges Meanwhile, Lord Von Dronus, The Most Senior Of All The King S Courtiers, Is Determined To Find The Young King Before Anyone Realises He S DisappearedBeautiful, Touching And Surprising, The Kingdom Revealed Is About Appreciating The Everyday And Learning What Matters Most The Kingdom Revealed


About the Author: Rob Ryan

Rob Ryan is a British Paper cutter artist who specialises in papercutting, screen printing and drawing and painting He is now most famous for his detailed paper cut outs Ryan was born on 5th November,1962 in Cyprus to Irish parents Doris and Buddy Ryan who divorced in 1966 He is the youngest of three brothers and his father was an RAF mess hall officer He studied at Trent Polytechnic and has a Master of Arts in printmaking from the Royal College of Art He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1987.



10 thoughts on “The Kingdom Revealed

  1. says:

    The Kingdom Revealed by Rob Ryan is castle fiction The problem is that the king escapes but, he has no money Will he get a job or just steal food The main character is the king My favorite part was when the king escapes.


  2. says:

    Beautiful illustrations and a wonderful story It s much longer than it seems when starting, but it was fun to read aloud to my 1st grader.


  3. says:

    Ending wasn t what I expected but also made it all thelikeable I have a lot of unanswered questions, though


  4. says:

    An intriguing continuation of the first book Now I am eager to read the last part.


  5. says:

    The story was just okay but the illustrations are wonderful.


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