In 1815, the Brothers Grimm published their second volume of collected fairy tales. It contained over 70 different tales, including The Goose Girl and today’s topic: Snow-White and Rose-Red. The full story can be read here, but I wanted to take a look into it today.
Elizabeth Lim is a genius and I’ve already pre-ordered her next book. It’s a Wild Swans retelling, which is only one of my favorite fairy tales.
Despite some technical difficulties this weekend, there’s a new review up!
I’ve got a new favorite author! Until next time, word nerds!
I’m back with a new book review!
What are some of the most impactful books you’ve read? Until next time, word nerds!
My friend Amy is publishing a book! Here’s the cover!
What’s this? A post? That’s right, I’m back! Today’s video is about a book I read over Christmas (and I’m proud to say I read seven books over my week vacation!). Nadine Brandes is one of those people I see online and think, “I want to be her friend.” Until next time, word nerds!
Animal helpers have always been popular in fairy tales. Cinderella had some helpful birds (or mice, depending on the version). Many heroes encounter animals in peril and are rewarded for helping them. But perhaps the most famous animal helper is Puss in Boots. There are numerous versions of the Puss in Boots fairy tale. TheContinue reading “Fairy Tale Facts: Puss in Boots”