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Spared By Her Would Be Executioner, Snow White Finds A Home With Seven Kindly Dwarfs, But The Hateful Queen Who Wants Her Dead Will Stop At Nothing To Be The Most Beautiful Woman In The Land A Poisoned Apple Seems To Send Snow White To Her Death, But True Love Brings Her Back, And Good Once Again PrevailsPaul Heins S Graceful Words And Trina Schart Hyman S Expressive Artwork Create A Dramatic Retelling Of This Classic Tale, Filled With Movement And Passion That Will Enchant Readers Of All Ages


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  1. says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.In this simple yet gruesome tale by the Brothers Grimm, the beautiful princess Snow White must contend with a jealous stepmother who longs to be the fairest in the land First published in 1812, this German fairy tale is not the bright and playful, sing song tale produced by Walt Disney Productions in 1937 This story of the child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the window frame is grim, violent, and makes no promise of a happy ending The moral of the story is clear vanity and pride will be one s downfall The wicked queen is made green with envy by Snow White s superior beauty Envy and pride grew as fast as weeds in her heart By day or by night, the queen never had a moment s peace. One could argue, however, that the story suggests being beautiful is important above all else view spoiler After all, the huntsman, commanded by the queen to take Snow White into the forest and kill her, allows the princess to live because she was so beautiful that the huntsman took pity on her Once Snow White was presumed dead, the dwarfs chose not to bury her in the ground because she was so beautiful and, instead, chose to put her in a glass coffin Because she was visible and beautiful the prince fell for Snow White and asked to have her corpse all to himself Had Snow White been ugly, her story would have been quite different hide spoiler


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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs The Art and Creation of Walt Disney s Classic is a lovely book that is worthy of any Disney fan s collection It provides a rare glimpse into one of the most iconic and important films of all time, making this book important to any collector of film memorabilia It s really that good This book is definitely like your traditional art and making of book, while The Fairest One of All is of an expanisve history plus art I loved this book much than some other making of books I ve come across and know I will be returning to its pages over and over again.


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    Of all the Grimm brothers horror stories, this one is perhaps the creepiest In a fit of pique, a narcissistic queen demands Snow White s lungs and liver in this version , then eagerly devours the organs she believes belong to her stepdaughter Given a reprieve by her would be killer, Ms White disappears into a dark and scary forest only to discover a small cottage where she makes herself at home, then falls asleep Later, she awakens to find herself surrounded by small men They allow her to stay, and take care of the housework It s good ole Snow is a looker, cause she s dumber than a bag of corn cobs, falling for her stepmom s tricks not once, not twice, but THREE TIMES Then, when it appears Snowy has given up the ghost, the dwarfs put her in a glass casket so that they can gaze upon her loveliness this was before internet porn, remember And, then there s the whole necrophilia thing with the kiss, AND everyone eats wedding cake as the stepmother dances herself to death in red hot shoes.Yikes This is a story that disturbs in, oh, so many ways and yet, we keep reading it to our children And most of them seem to turn out okay anyway Here, this tale of mental illness, suffering, and bloody vengeance is made palatable by the addition of Trina Schart Hyman s ethereally lovely artwork.Enjoy


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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Vera SouthgateThis book retells Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs in lively, natural language to help children develop the confidence to read alone Level Four is suitable for children who are ready to read longer stories with a wider vocabulary 1977 1393 31 9786002511270 1394 .


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    Mom always tells me stories about how I liked movies when I was a kid An Snow White was one of the movies she had to hide from me Watching a movie a lot of times is common for kids and it s the time when the parents can relax Well, not for my parents For me Snow white was one of the most sad movies I would cry all the time and scream OMG That is so sad She is alone in the forest How poor After reading it again, after my own character development from my own story, I still feel sad Not because she is alone in the forest, but because Snow White never fights for what she thinks it s right She is always running away and accepting everything that happens around her As it s a really old story, we can also see how women was expected to just follow around So I get to the conclusion that the awesome character from this story was the evil queen She was evil Yes, she wasn t a decent person and she had the magic But she knew how to fight back.This book was not the Disney story one It was the original Grimms tale where you can see some dark spots around, which I liked than the Disney happily ever after story Plus this edition has some amazing dark and Gothic illustrations that turned the story much interesting It was a quick read but I made sure to stop for some time just to appreciate every detail from the pages If you like Snow White, or if you don t because of some fairy tale fluffy nonsense parts, try this book If you don t like it at least you get this gorgeous edition to decorate your shelf


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    Snow White by Jacob Grimm Snow White, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm GrimmThe story of an evil queen determined to do away with a girl with skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony who threatens the queen s quest to remain the most beautiful in her kingdom Snow White is a 19th century German fairy tale which is today known widely across the Western world The Brothers Grimm published it in 1812 in the first edition of their collection Grimms Fairy Tales It was titled in German Sneewittchen in modern orthography Schneewittchen and numbered as Tale 53 The name Sneewittchen was Low German and in the first version it was translated with Schneewei chen The Grimms completed their final revision of the story in 1854 2000 2001 .


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    Finally I did it Read one of the most beloved fairy tales I had the few ideas about the plot but I hadn t read it before I had seen some parts of it in a drama I think in Shakalaka boom boom Regardless, I enjoyed reading it This tale is the best example of jealousy Some people take jealousy at such level that it becomes their death They just burn in jealousy and can t be contented Ending seemed to be inspired by the Sleeping Beauty Don t why if it s just me But I felt that Or maybe all the fairy tales have almost the same endings Overall, I loved it All it is from my beloved writers Grim Brothers _


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    Snow White, Wilhelm Grimm, Paul Heins, Trina Schart Hyman Illustrator , Jacob Grimm Snow White is a 19th century German fairy tale which is today known widely across the Western world The Brothers Grimm published it in 1812 in the first edition of their collection Grimms Fairy Tales It was titled in German Sneewittchen in modern orthography Schneewittchen and numbered as Tale 53 The name Sneewittchen was Low German and in the first version it was translated with Schneewei chen The Grimms completed their final revision of the story in 1854 2000 2001 .


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    Disney have just released an epic boxset featuring all 55 animated classics, it was an instant purchase I also like to read the book before watching the movie, so this was a great opportunity to tick off so many great tales Quite a few of them are also part of the Rory Gil Reading Challenge.So first up is the one that started it all Snow White.Everyone knows that basic story of this fairy tale, a jealous Queen is determined to kill her beautiful stepdaughter Snow White Seeking sanctuary in the forest, Snow White soon becomes friends with seven dwarfs.Disney kept pretty faithful to the original source, the only difference is how relentless the stepmother is with the numerous attempts to kill Snow White.A really quick read, it s definitely a classic


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    I own almost 500 books, and this is by far the most beautiful you don t know how hard it was not to write The Fairest of them All Puns.Every illustration and piece of typography is a work of art A gothic, creepy work of art.I m not sure I ve ever read the original story before, I m obviously familiar with the Disney version, because this this is messed up The kids in the Grimm family must have had some issues.