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Fairytales with a twist

These picture books have magically reinvented the traditional fairytales…


Posted: 3 April 2012
by Kimberley Chen


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Dear Fairy Godmother by Michael Rosen (Walker Books, £10.99)

The fairytale characters which populate the enchanted woods have a multitude of problems. How can the Gingerbread Man stop the little old man, the little old woman, the cow and the horse from chasing him? What can Little Bear do to prevent a cheeky girl from gobbling up his tasty porridge? Will the Tortoise win a rematch race with the arrogant Hare? So they write to their Fairy Godmother at Wisewords Cottage for some much needed advice with hilarious results. A fun book charmingly illustrated by Nick Sharratt.

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Fairy is cute and they close to little girls. They never make them afraid and all the time try to help human beings. My grandmother used to tell me a lot of quality essay stories about fairies and used to tell me so beautiful fairytales. The world of fairytales is also another amazing world to enjoy.

Posted: 26/04/2017 at 11:04

Wow. cool post. I’d like to write like this too – taking time and real hard work to make a great article… but I put things off too much and never seem to get started. Thanks though. common rail come from sensor .

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