Grimm's Fairy Tales
Grimm's Fairy Tales book is a fantastically entertaining collection of 50 timeless short stories for kids to enjoy. Specially commissioned artwork throughout by talented illustrators. 512 pages of stories to keep readers entertained for hours. Includes much-loved favourites as well as undiscovered gems. Children should prepared to go on a spellbinding journey where hungry wolves in disguise should...
Paperback: 512 pages
Publisher: Miles Kelly Publishing Ltd (July 1, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 1.4 x 7.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 2998470
Format: PDF ePub TXT book
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“This book is incredibly heavy for its size. Beautiful illustrations, and so many stories I had never even heard before. Love it!...”
not be trusted, frogs are kissed, and straw is spun into gold. Beautifully decorated pages and a wealth of captivating illustrations draw in children and inspire their imaginations. Grimm's Fairy Tales book is divided into five sections, each with ten of the most charming tales by the Brothers Grimm, bringing the fantastic fairy tale world to life to make this an enchanting story book for kids to treasure. Chapters and stories inside Grimm's Fairy Tales book: Spells and Enchantments chapter includes The Frog Prince and Sleeping Beauty Brave Boys, Bold Girls chapter includes Little Red Riding Hood and Snow-white and Rose-red Faery Folk chapter includes Rumplestiltskin and The Elves and the Shoemaker Wicked Witches chapter includes Hansel and Gretel and Rapunzel Happy Ever After chapter includes Cinderella and The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids The opening of Snow-white and Rose-red: There was once a poor widow who lived in a cottage. In front of the cottage was a garden in which stood two rose-trees, one with white roses and one with red roses. The widow had two children who were like the two rose-trees. She named them Snow-white and Rose-red. They grew up to be good and kind, and all the creatures of the meadows and forests were their friends. The girls did everything together and promised never to leave each other.