A wicked witch catches a man taking rampion from her garden, forces him to give her his daughter, Rapunzel, and imprisons the girl in a high tower until she is rescued by a prince, in a version of a classic fairytale first published in 1982. An ALA Notable Book. Reissue.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ashleyschifano - LibraryThing
Rapunzel was locked away in a high tower for years and year by an evil sorceress. She had long hair that the sorceress would climb up to enter the tower with her. That was all until one day, the town ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - kbartholomew1 - LibraryThing
"Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair" is a famous line from the story of Rapunzel. Rapunzel was locked in a tower by an evil witch. The witch used Rapunzel's hair to climb up the tower, eventually ... Read full review