Rapunzel

Bethan Woollvin (Author) Bethan Woollvin (Illustrator)
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Description

The wicked witch has Rapunzel trapped...but not for long!
Rapunzel lives all alone in a tall, dark tower. Under the threat of a witch's fearsome curse, the poor girl seems doomed to a life in captivity. But is Rapunzel frightened? Oh no, not she!
With irreverent humor and striking illustrations, the creator of Little Red puts an empowering and delightfully dark twist on a classic story of a helpless damsel.

Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.59
Publisher
Peachtree Publishing Company
Publish Date
October 01, 2017
Pages
32
Dimensions
9.6 X 0.4 X 10.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781682630037

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About the Author

Bethan Woollvin is a recent graduate of the Cambridge School of Art, where she won the prestigious Macmillan Children's Book Competition with her version of Little Red Riding Hood. It was her first picture book. She lives in England.
Bethan Woollvin is a recent graduate of the Cambridge School of Art, where she won the prestigious Macmillan Children's Book Competition with her version of Little Red Riding Hood. It was her first picture book.

Reviews

"Utilizing simple, bold strokes of yellow, black, and gray inks, Woollvin expressively fills each page with eye-catching details that will bring readers back for another look. Fans of her Little Red (2016) will enjoy this latest feisty and intelligent heroine."
"It's about time that Rapunzel saved herself, and in Woollvin's sly follow-up to 2016's Little Red, she does exactly that.... Thanks to Woollvin, readers may grow up thinking this just-wicked-enough retelling is the classic one; if they ever stumble across versions with the prince, they may wonder why he was thought necessary."
"Children will adore Rapunzel and cheer her victory over evil personified. A perfect length for storytime and those seeking fairy tale variants."
"The blocky gouache illustrations in gray and black, strategically accented with yellow...heighten the timbre, suggesting both deviousness and joy.... Empowerment in leaps and bounds."