Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Laura Ljungkvist

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Synopsis

A princess takes refuge from her wicked stepmother in the cottage of seven dwarfs.
 

About Laura Ljungkvist

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Laura Ljungkvist is the creator of the acclaimed picture book "Follow the Line" (Viking), which was a "Los Angeles Times" Best Book of the Year. In a starred review of the book, "Kirkus" said, "Harold and his purple crayon have nothing over Ljungkvist." Laura's dynamic artwork has been featured in "The New Yorker" as well as in merchandising and advertising campaigns for Barney's, Neiman Marcus, IKEA, and MoMA. She lives with her family in Brooklyn, New York.
 
Published March 1, 2003 by Harry N. Abrams. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The Queen asks her “personal guard in the castle” to take Snow White into the woods and leave her to the wild animals—later, when the Queen runs into the forest to stop the upcoming nuptials of Snow White and the prince, “All she found however were the wild beasts, and she was never seen or heard...

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Working in flat, geometric shapes and cake-frosting colors, design whiz Ljungkvist distills the classic tale to its essence. In this ultra-modern version, Snow White's moon face is a perfect ci

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Working in flat, geometric shapes and cake-frosting colors, design whiz Ljungkvist distills the classic tale to its essence. In this ultra-modern version, Snow White's moon face is a perfect ci

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