Master Marios Story
Rafik Schami, Anja-Maria Eisen

Master Marios Story

Details about the book
The day the puppets took over
  • date of publication: 26.08.2013
  • from age 8
  • 88 Pages
  • Hanser Verlag
  • hardcover
  • ISBN 978-3-446-24309-5
  • Deutschland: 12,90 €
  • Österreich: 13,30 €

The audience loves it when a lazy, good-for-nothing duke becomes a diligent, hard-working farmer and the Prince, instead of marrying the princess, weds a clever girl from down-to-earth country stock. But the puppets are bored stiff with playing the same parts over and over. They cut through their strings and assign themselves their own roles: Queen Selfless becomes the Sorceress GimmeGimme, court jester Po-face turns into Sidesplit the Clown. The only one who wants to hang on to his old identity is King Slugabed. At first Mario is horrified, but then he realizes that his puppets’ desire for liberty cannot be restrained, and from that point on they all perform together: the puppets in their self-chosen roles – and Mario as a giant.

Foreign Sales

Turkey (Kirmizi Kedi), Japan (Tokuma Shoten)


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