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The product is already in the wishlist! Description Amazon Customer Reviews Description Sadko the musician loved his city of Novgorod, the richest and most free in all Russia.
With its great feasts, its white stone churches, its merchant visitors from many lands, Sadko felt there was no better place to be. Yet he was lonely too, for the rich young ladies who danced to his music would never favor anyone so poor. One night he takes his twelve-string gusli and goes alone to play by the River Volkhov.
Suddenly from the water rises the Sea King, who invites the astonished musician to play at his underwater palace. But how will Sadko get there? And how will he get back? This sounds really good, Lark. I love picture books with really good illustrations.
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