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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A wealthy sultan ruled a land called Turan and he lived in a magnificent palace. The roofs of the palace were covered in gold. Aladdin, the Great Thief of Turan, wanted to steal the gold. The palace had the most beautiful garden in the world but Aladdin was only interested in reaching the roofs. The sultan's wizard caught Aladdin climbing the palace garden walls, gaining access to the roofs, and trying to steal the gold from the rooftops. Aladdin was scared, knowing he would be beheaded but the wizard asked him to go to the cave of the thief All-Baddie and his 400 thieves and steal an old oil lamp for him. Let's read Aladdin Is Done In: A Story to Guess the Lesson by Rich Linville to find out what happened when Aladdin retrieved the old lamp.
Aladdin Is Done In: A Story to Guess the Lesson by Rich Linville is a fun read. The author takes an old story and adds interesting twists and thinking prompts to give it a new and educational approach. This makes it a good storybook for children to read, enjoy, and learn lessons. The illustrations are bright and vibrant and breathe life into the story and characters. Aladdin Is Done In by Rich Linville is definitely a good story for parents and tutors to use for read-aloud sessions or to use for bedtime storytelling to children.