On Miggery Sow’s seventh birthday, she does not get any cake or presents. She tells Uncle that it is her birthday, but he just shouts at her and gives her a clout on the ear. Then he sends her out to tend the sheep.
While Mig is out in the fields, she sees something that glitters and seems to glow. At first she thinks it is the sun, but she looks around and sees that the sun is sinking in the west, as it should. She turns back to the other, more unusual shining thing and watches as it draws closer. It turns out to be a royal procession.
King Philip, Queen Rosemary, and...
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