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  • SubGenre:LGBTQ+
  • Age Range (years):4 - 12
  • Language:English
  • Pages:32
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350923315

The Tale of Two Princes

by Joshua Desjardins

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"The Tale of Two Princes" is a beautiful children's story about two princes in love, but told as a classic fairytale. Forced to leave their kingdoms for being who they are, they may find a castle full of princes just like themselves, but it's not until their families are reunited with the princes that the valuable lessons of tolerance and acceptance are truly learned.
"The Tale of Two Princes" follows the story of the Pretty Prince and Beautiful Prince, who grow to love one another after growing up together. But the Pretty Princess becomes jealous of the two princes, so the Pretty Prince and Beautiful Prince are banished from their kingdoms. They travel the land far and wide until they discover a castle full of princes just like them, and it is here that they find their happy ending. That is until the Pretty Princess and Beautiful King and Queen miss the two princes, so they set out to find them. When they do, the princes welcome their families back into their lives regardless of their families' intolerance. Now is when ALL the characters of this beautiful story truly enjoy a happy ending--when all are tolerated in the kingdom.
About the author
Joshua has always had a passion for writing. Born and raised in Andover, Massachusetts, his biggest distraction from becoming an author was the theatre, which he first discovered in his hometown. He later earned his B.F.A. in Musical Theatre at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA. Joshua also came out in college, where he was fortunate enough to have his family and friends accept him for who he is ever since. Joshua currently resides in New York City where he is surrounded by princes of all kinds. He plays bridge once a week with friends of all ages, including his best friend at almost one-century-years-young. The greatest lesson he's ever learned through the power of friendship is that no matter who you are or who you want to be, family almost always comes around.

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