Beauty & the Beast: A Pop-up Book of the Classic Fairy Tale


Robert Sabuda - 2010
    Amazing paper structures and classically styled artwork lead readers through a magical tale. Magnificent pop-ups of a life-like Beast, a mysterious castle and a spectacular rose garden make this all-new pop-up masterpiece a must-have for your family's library.

The Red Shoes


Gloria Fowler - 2008
    A contemporary retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen classic beautifully illustrated by artist Sun Young Yoo.

Tangled: The Junior Novelization


Irene Trimble - 2010
    . . lots of hair, when Disney Tangled comes to theaters Holiday 2010! The Junior Novelization retells the complete story of the swashbuckling, computer-animated comedy—and features eight pages of full-color movie stills.

Ever After High: Once Upon a Twist: When the Clock Strikes Cupid


Lisa Shea - 2017
    Together, they discover that the stepsisters might not be as wicked as they seem... Can Cupid flip this story on its crown and make it a Happily Ever After for everyone? © 2017 Mattel. All Rights Reserved.

Jack and the Beanstalk: The Graphic Novel


Blake Hoena - 2008
    Soon, however, the beans sprout into a towering beanstalk. It leads to a castle filled with gold and other treasures. Jack's family will be rich, if he can sneak past the man-eating giant!

Snow White


Jacob Grimm - 2012
    This new gift edition presents the unabridged version of the Grimms' tale, with an original interpretation by renowned artist Camille Rose Garcia that artfully combines wit and dark romance.

The Magic Nesting Doll


Jacqueline K. Ogburn - 2000
    "If your need is great, open the doll and help will come. But you may only do so three times. After that the magic will be gone." A wicked spell has changed a handsome young prince to a pale glassy figure made of "living ice," and his kingdom to a frozen landscape of night without moon, darkness without dawn. Katya knows that it's up to her to rescue the prince and undo the evil spell that has banished the sun. Armed with only the magic nesting doll and her own valiant heart, she is determined to succeed. But will the combined effort of her courage and the mysterious nesting doll be strong enough to prevail? Laurel Long's radiant paintings and Jacqueline K. Ogburn's enchanting original tale were inspired by Russian folk art and stories. This talented duo has created a modern classic that honors its folklore heritage while depicting a world in which a girl can be anything, including a hero.

Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland (Penguin Young Readers, L4)


Deborah Hautzig - 2010
    It is the tale of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole and meets extraordinary creatures. <br>

Moss Gown


William H. Hooks - 1987
    Candace finds herself cast out of her home by jealous older sisters, but with the help of a witch woman and a magical moss gown, she captures the heart of the young plantation owner.

Rapunzel


Rachel Isadora - 2008
    Readers will delight in the vibrant illustrations, thrill at the appearances of the frightening sorceress, and chime in with the familiar line "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair," as they follow this well-loved tale.

Rapunzel


Alix Berenzy - 1995
    Rather, it is the story of a young woman who must choose between the security of her sheltered tower and the uncertainty of independence. Full color.

Disney: Beauty and the Beast Book of the Film


Walt Disney Company - 2017
    

Thumbelina: Tiny Runaway Bride


Barbara Ensor - 2008
    As she did in Cinderella (As If You Didn’t Already Know the Tale), Ensor re-imagines this classic, adding her own inimitable humor, flair, and stylish black-and-white silhouette spot illustrations. Thumbelina is that story most of us can’t quite remember. Okay, sure, it’s about a tiny girl just the size of your thumb. But did you know that her troubles (or adventures, if you prefer) begin when she begs her mother to let her sleep outside on the porch? And that in no time she is engaged to a frog, and then a mole, and even receives a proposal from a miniature king?

Rapunzel: The Graphic Novel


Stephanie True Peters - 2009
    Taken at birth by an evil witch, she remained hidden, locked within a giant tower. Then one day, a prince heard her voice through the forest. To reach her, he must climb Rapunzel's lovely locks and avoid being caught by the witch.

Jack and the Beanstalk


Vera Southgate - 1965
    - Well-Loved Tales Series 606D book in fine collectable condition.