The Emperor's Last Parade is a fully illustrated retelling of the fairy tale, "The Emperor's New Clothes". This version paints the Emperor in a more sympathetic light than the original tale. Instead of being too proud to admit that he can't see the clothes, the Emperor in this story is kind-hearted and beloved by the people, and is scared that if he admits that he can't see the clothes, then the evil Councilor will take over the empire, and ruin it with his hard-handedness.
The illustrations are what really make this version of the story, and I was pleased that they actually showed up on my Kindle.
It would have been very difficult to read it otherwise, since the text is incorporated into the illustrations.