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Hala is a Gender-Conscious Heroine Who Kept the entire Kingdom Ransom. Hala was not like the other princesses, she dresses like a boy, rides horses, and shoots the bow and arrow. Her last characteristic is that she is actually a Prince and not a Princess. She bears the name Prince Hala Fouani. One fateful day, while out hunting on a horseback , Princess Hala caught the attention of a local Prince, by name Jafar. The Prince was attracted to her fierce battle stride while she trained in the local polo field fiercely throwing the bow and arrow and shooting guns. The Prince enquired, “Who is this young lad?” The Prince was informed that the Prince was actually a Prince. “That is impossible.” He said
Bayanin Labarin In da qauna, na bayanin labarin wani sarki mai ‘ya’ya mata guda tara. Shi sarki ya kusan rasuwa, sai ya buqaci wandan zai gaje shi bayan ya bar duniya. Gashi kuma bashi da da namiji....To yaya za’a yi?
Labarin littafin Littafin yana bada labarin 'yar Mowa (Bella) da babarta, wato matar mahaifinta. Yana bada labarin yadda 'yar Mowa ta sha wuya, bayan mahaifinta ya bar duniya. Labarin na qunshe da nau'o’i da darasi masu yawa Kaman darasi kaman haquri, gafartawa wanda ya zalumcheka; kyautatwa talakawa; ladabi da biyayya ga iyaye da saurarnsu.
Once upon a time, there lived a king . the king loves his wife and foster daughter like nothing else in the world. One day, the king’s wife died a sudden death. The king was very unhappy that he decided to stay the rest of his life without another woman. The king knows that he can never get another wife like the Queen who was loving, kind and obedient. The king wanted a woman who would put on his former wife’s bracelet comfortably. One day, the kingsmen informed the king of the need for him to get another wife. That the kingdom feels lifeless without one. The kingsmen informed him that the best woman for him in the entire kingdom is his foster daughter, Princess Laylah.
Do you know African folklore had dragons? Wait until you read –Princess Nadife and The Dragon. Princess Nadife is the African princess of love, beauty, war, and political power. Her prominent emblems include the lion and the six-pointed star. Princess Nadife is one of the most widely celebrated and adored princesses in Africa. Amongst many of her myths are the her taking over the domains of other Princes, Princesses and Kings. The Africans worshipped Princess Nadife as the Princess of both warfare and beauty. Unlike other princesses, whose roles were defined and whose domains were limited, Princess Nadife moved from conquest to conquest usurping lands, properties and resources. She is young, highly impetuous and ambitious. She constantly strives for more power than that allotted to her.