Three sisters marry the king’s cook, the king’s butler, and the youngest sister marries the king himself. The youngest sister wished to give birth to a girl who sheds tears of money, and two boys, one with a moon on his forehead, the other with a star. It comes to pass and the elder sisters dispose of the babies, replacing them with dogs. The king has the queen tied to a tree and spat on by the public. The children are rescued by an old Indian, and they have several aventures, and are eventually reunited with their parents, with the help of the dancing water, the mellon with pearls and the talking bird.
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