Scholastic, 2003 - Children's stories - 64 pages
Surely one of the most beloved of fairy tales, Sleeping Beauty has endured for centuries. This magical retelling has been written especially for a new generation to enjoy by one of today's most acclaimed children's authors. With luminous illustrations, rich in detail and wonder, this classic edition will be treasured for years to come. "This is a marriage made in literary heaven . . . which will survive to delight in another hundred years' time . . ." - Mary Hoffman.
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Review: Sleeping BeautyUser Review - Sgivens - Goodreads
Another tale about sleeping beauty with very pretty illustrations and it is a little different then the original tale. Im glad the woodland fairy At least put Auroras parents to sleep with her so they didn't lose their child as they grew without her. Read full review
Review: Sleeping BeautyUser Review - Kayleena Nielson - Goodreads
Man, I wish I could own his book! The artwork is amazing and it is great for kids that are getting better at reading. I would recommend it for 3-4 graders. I loved how the story is portrayed and the artwork makes you feel like you are in the dream of the story. It is so beautiful. Read full review