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Ever since the magic mirror erased his memory, my brother, Jonah, doesn’t believe that we really visit different fairy tales. So it’s a relief when the mirror sucks us into a story – and this time, it’s <i>Beauty and the Beast</i>! <br></br><br></br>Hoorah! Or, maybe not. When Jonah picks a rose from the Beast’s garden, he messes up the story. The Beast is so angry he takes my brother prisoner… instead of Beauty! But if the Beast doesn’t meet and fall in love with Beauty, then his curse will never be lifted and Jonah will be trapped in the palace forever!<br></br><br></br>Now I have to: <br></br>- Find Beauty <br></br>- Deal with a wicked fairy named Jax<br></br>- Restore Jonah’s memory<br></br>- Play matchmaker<br></br><br></br>If I don’t fix this mess in time, the situation could get pretty ugly…
From Newbery Medal-winning author Robin McKinley, this beloved story illuminates an unlikely love story--Beauty and the Beast. This fortieth-anniversary edition features a striking new package for the award-winning novel. Publishers Weekly called Beauty "A splendid story."
Are you fed up of fairy-tale princesses waiting to be saved? And do you want some decent heroines who aren’t so well-behaved? What if we gave The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White Some brand new Happy Ever Afters and an up-to-date rewrite?
Cartoonist Kate Evans creates a delightful feminist twist to six traditional fairytales. From ages four to ninety-four.
Through her great capacity to love, a kind and beautiful maid releases a handsome prince from the spell which has made him an ugly beast.
Taking inspiration from “Beauty and the Beast,” Amy Wilson’s second middle grade novel is a stunning modern fairy tale of magic, friendship, and finding the courage to fight for what matters most. After the death of her parents, Angel has a lot to get used to: a new home, a new family, a new school. The last thing she’s interested in is making new friends. Until she meets Bavar, a strange boy who slips through the shadows, a boy who might understand her nightmares. But Bavar doesn’t want to let anyone in. Everyone—and everything—in his enchanted house is already urging him to step up and protect the world from a magical rift and the fearsome monsters traveling through it, a responsibility he wishes he could ignore. Then Bavar discovers that the monsters are the same ones that killed Angel’s parents. Determined to stop the creatures for good, he reluctantly accepts Angel’s help. Together, Angel and Bavar must find the courage to stand up for each other and themselves to repair the rift between worlds…before it’s too late.
Beauty and the Dreaded Sea Beast - When Beauty’s father is swept overboard from their ship, The Rose, just as they are being attacked by a sorcerer-pirate and his crew of living skeletons, Beauty jumps in to save him, and is immediately scooped up by a surprisingly friendly Kraken; she offers to remain with him if he finds and saves her father, but as she explores the pirate’s island she finds a treasure and a book of spells–which may hold the key to turning the Kraken back into a prince (or at least a human).
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