The Great Fairy Tale Disaster by David Conway

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The Big Bad Wolf is fed up with blowing down houses. So off he goes in search of a new fairy tale to be in. Wearing the ball gown in Cinderella does not work and is embarrassing. Climbing up the beanstalk and seeing the giant scared the wolf, and getting kissed by the prince in Sleeping Beauty is not for the wolf at all. As the wolf runs from page to page the whole book of fairy tales becomes a great mixed up mess. Children will enjoy spotting all of their favorite characters in this hilarious twisted fairy tale adventure!
 

About David Conway

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MELANIE WILLIAMSON worked together with John Foster on a poetry anthology titled "My First Oxford Book of Nonsense Poems (Oxford University Press). Melanie lives in Manchester, England.
 
Published May 1, 2012 by Hodder Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Little Miss Muffet turns a series of familiar nursery rhymes on their heads when, sick of that scary spider, she escapes into the pages of the book to find a new rhyme.

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Old Big Bad Wolf is tired and wants a more relaxing fairy tale to be in, so he leaves the pigs behind.

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This fractured fairy tale, a companion to The Great Nursery Rhyme Disaster (2009), sprints to its finish as the wolf from the Three Little Pigs drops in on half a dozen other stories in search of some stress relief.

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Summary: I'm sure that virtually everyone knows all of the famous fairy tales: Cinderella, The Sleeping Beauty, The Three Little Pigs, and so on.

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