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A Story From: Tibet
Read Time: ["10 to 15mins"]
For Ages: 5 to 7yrs., 8 to 10yrs.

Two young princes escape danger at the palace, & find more in the desert.
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The story, "Sunlight and Moonlight," is based on a story titled, "Sunshine and Moonshine" from Wonder Tales from Tibet, by Eleanore Myers Jewett (Little Brown & Company, Boston, 1922), pp. 164-183.

Revised by Elaine Lindy. ©1999. All rights reserved.


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Tibet
is administered today mostly under the administration of the People's Republic of China. Tibet is also officially claimed by Taiwan. The Chinese government and the Government of Tibet in Exile, however, disagree over when Tibet became a part of China, and whether this incorporation into China was legitimate. (Wikipedia)