Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs by Nancy Ekholm Burkert
A Tale from the Brothers Grimm

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Burkert's tapestrylike paintings, strong yet delicately detailed, radiate a spiritual beauty that enriches the movement of the story in its medieval setting. Jarrell's style, graceful and dignified, stays close to the original."-Starred/Booklist
 

About Nancy Ekholm Burkert

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The Brothers Grimm were popular German storytellers in the 19th century. They are credited with popularizing such classic fairy tales as "Cinderella," "Hansel and Gretel, "and "Little Red Riding Hood." Debbie Lavreys is an illustrator whose works include
 
Published January 1, 1938 by E M Hale. 43 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Whatever the scene -- Snow White with the wild beasts in a beautifully illuminated forest, the dwarfs in their homey cottage, the gloating stepmother in filmy gown literally floating away from her cobwebby paraphernalia of evil magic -- there is no doubt that each leaf, each jug, each animal (fox...

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A stunning version of the Grimms' classic story. All ages. (September)

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