The Land of A Thousand Nagas
Long ago, two boys were born in The Land of A Thousand Nagas. One was born into poverty, with a father who beat him. The other was the son of a king. Yet except for their clothes, they looked identical. One day, through an odd series of events, they exchanged clothes, and suddenly each was living the life of the other.
So begins our adaptation of Mark Twain's classic novel, an exciting story that also provides food for thought about fairness, justice, and life's priorities.
by Mark Twain, adapted by Uncle Sasha
This book was made possible by a sponsorship from Maria Decker of Germany. Thank you!
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