Wafa Tarnowska; Nilesh Mistry; Niẓāmī Ganjavī
|注意：||These tales are based on the Persian poem Haft Paykar, written by the 12th-century Sufi poet Nizami.|
|描述：||96 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.|
|内容：||The making of a Shah --
The building of the Seven Pavilions --
The raja who dressed in black (told on Saturday by the Indian princess) --
The emir who did not want to marry (told on Sunday by the Greek princess) --
The lovesick hermit (told on Monday by the Arabian princess) --
The princess of the fort (told on Tuesday by the Russian princess) --
The adventures of young Mahan (told on Wednesday by the Moroccan princess) --
The story of good and bad (told on Thursday by the Chinese princess) --
The unfortunate lovers (told on Friday by the Persian princess) --
The shah and the shepherd.
|其他题名：||7 wise princesses|
|责任：||retold by Wafaʹ Tarnowska ; illustrated by Nilesh Mistry.|
A lonely king, inspired by seven mysterious portraits, invites seven lovely princesses to live with him; their stories entertain and educate him in the ways of a wise ruler.