Falling for Rapunzel by Leah Wilcox

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"The course of true love never did run smooth." --William Shakespeare

When the prince spies Rapunzel high in her tower, he's convinced she is the girl of his dreams. Of course he thinks he can save her the traditional way, but this is no traditional Rapunzel.

She throws down everything but what the princ asks for--including a surprise that makes all his dreams come true.

A hilarious fractured fairy tale with clever page-turns and vibrant, eclectic art that is perfect for funny Valentine's Day story hours.

About Leah Wilcox

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Born in Surrey, England, Lydia Monks currently resides in London with her two cats.
Published December 29, 2003 by Putnam Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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“Once upon a bad hair day, a prince rode up Rapunzel’s way.” This opening line sets the stage for a thoroughly silly, modernized, and thoroughly fractured fairy tale written in rhyme.

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"Once upon a bad hair day,/ A prince rode up Rapunzel's way," opens Wilcox's debut book, offering a slight if agreeably silly take on the classic tale.

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