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The Prince and the Merlion: The Secret of Singapore’s Merlion Finally Revealed - cover

The Prince and the Merlion: The Secret of Singapore’s Merlion Finally Revealed

Sabian Lau

Publisher: T.E.A.M Projects Ltd

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Retelling of the traditional Malay legend about the origins of the island of Singapore. When Prince Parames is stranded on an island after a storm he meets and befriends the Merlion, a creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. 
 
This is the untold tale of a brave little Prince and his trusted friend facing dangers and surviving. 
 
A heart-warming tale of, trusted friendships and magic for girls and boys alike, and, yes for you too Mum & Dad. 
 
An adventure for all to behold about the myth of the famous Singapore Merlion.

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