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Er ist angezogen wie ein richtiger König, wie ein großer König. Er trägt einen roten Samtmantel mit weißem Hermelinbesatz. Aber er ist ein Winzling, nicht länger als ein Zeigefinger. Und dick ist er, denn seine Lieblingsspeise sind Gummibärchen. Wenn er eins isst, muss er es mit beiden Armen umfassen. Er kann es kaum hochheben, denn es ist beinahe halb so groß wie der ganze König. Und auch sonst ist sein Leben anders als das unsere. Bei seiner Geburt war er schon ausgewachsen und wusste fast alles, konnte rechnen und schreiben. Nur eine Kindheit kannte er nicht, die kommt vielleicht am Ende seines Lebens.
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