The book tells the story of the YELLOW KINGDOM, a kingdom where wealth was not gold, silver and precious stones. The wealth was in the production of corn produced with abundance and quality. The kingdom was governed by King Edward and Queen Silvia. The kingdom was very prosperous, and everyone lived a good welfare. King Edward was very human and fair and had the loyalty and dedication of all his subjects. The royal couple had two children – Princess Lidia, loved by her subjects for her social work, and Prince Claudius, arrogant, insensitive, and
hated by his subjects, who just had fun and had no useful or productive activity. With the death of the royal couple, Prince Claudius becomes the new king. And the Yellow Kingdom underwent terrible transformations under his reign, and the subjects knew what poverty and suffering were. The new king no longer encouraged the production of the kingdom’s greatest wealth, maize, and spent the accumulated wealth in the silos. When the stocked corn ran out, he found himself in poverty. Finally, the new king was forced to sell the castle to a hard-working, persevering peasant, who made a fortune by planting the twelve grains of corn received as alms from the once arrogant prince. This peasant bought the castle, married Princess Lydia, who was proclaimed the new Queen of the YELLOW KINGDOM. And peace and prosperity returned to the kingdom. As for the now subject Claudius, the story holds a surprise at the end.
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