By Bruce Lansky
In so much heroic stories, a helpless younger girl waits round for a prince to rescue her. however the spunky women during this exciting sequence are a lot too busy saving the day to look ahead to Prince fascinating. those diversifications and unique tales from world wide encourage readers to develop into a brand new type of heroine. in the event you benefit from the tales during this publication, search for extra enjoyable adventures within the different books within the series.
In so much heroic stories, a helpless younger girl waits round for a prince to rescue her. however the spunky ladies during this exciting sequence are a lot too busy saving the day to watch for Prince fascinating. those diversifications and unique tales from worldwide motivate readers to develop into a brand new type of heroine. when you benefit from the tales during this ebook, search for extra enjoyable adventures within the different books within the series.
This first publication includes the subsequent brief tales: "The Fairy Godmother's Assitant" (an unique story), "Grandma Rosa's Bowl" (adapted from a Grimm Brothers' Story), "For Love of Sunny" (an unique story), "Carla and the grasping Merchant" (adapted from a folktale), "Savannah's Piglets" (adapted from a folktale), "Kimi Meets the Ogre" (an unique story), "The Innkeeper's clever Daughter" (retold from a Russian folktale), "The Royal Joust" (an unique story), "Chardae's Thousand and One Nights" (adapted from a narrative within the Arabian Nights) and "Lian and the Unicorn" (an unique story).
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