How nice that Prince Epoh was able to solve his problems and those of the people of his kingdom at the same time - a win-win! Nice messages about not needing a lot of extra fancy belongings, and about what really matters :) Thanks so much for joining in the springtime writing fun!
Thanks for the kind words and organizing a fun contest!
I think Evig is sweet and the story is delightful. Well done.
Thanks for reading Cardboard King and your kind words.
Love the meaning behind this! Nice!
What a wonderful story Deb! Nice job!
Love that he couldn't sleep with all those darn pillows! Nice job!
Thanks for reading it. :)
Julie, thanks for reading it. :)
Fun story, and I especially enjoyed the first paragraphs describing all his stuff -- had to laugh at "cuddle-bug critters". Also love the names and how they change. Good luck!
Hi Deb! What a fun entry...I loved how the boy wanted to live a simpler life...and gave away all of his 'stuff'...and the 'name reversal' was very clever...wonderful message for all of us...Give Hope!
I'm glad he was rewarded for all of his hard work. Nice message.
I really enjoyed this! Especially the word play at beginning and end. Nice twist with the name changes also:-)
What a wonderful message. P.S. I LOVED the names Evig and Epoh (and lived them even more when they were reversed.)
You had me intrigued by the title and racing through the alliterative text. Fun read!
Very fun and clever story. Awesome use of language and a great message too.
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