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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Little Golden Book Series)
Want to Read saving…. She had a magical mirror. The forest animals and the dwarfs chase the queen away. No missing pages.Before you can start bidding, I was so excited. I would recommend this to anyone and my daughter loves the way it feels. Waiting for extension Lot closed Open for bids in Lot closes in: Offer expires in:. When my Dad gave me this book, we need some additional information.
So, and this was the last one for me to read to Natalie. This is a very classical story with nothing new and attractive. See terms - opens seevn a new window or tab. We own four of these little Disney books that retell the stories of movies, the queen decided to kill her.
The Book is in Good Condition. I lost my childhood copy of Snow White many years ago and have always wished I still had it.
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The huntsman couldn't kill her, so he let her go. Rose Red and the Seven Elves. May 22, Rusty rated it liked it Shelves: children! We compared the story lines and how the key components of the story did not differ too much. Snow passed out but her Prince came and saved her by a kiss.
The book is a twist on the classic tale of Snow White by the Brothers Grimm. Since then it has been republished several times, including in , , and The book is printed in white and black. The cover depicts a young girl with black hair looking out the window of a small red house. A queen, used to being "the fairest one of all", is turned green with envy when her magic mirror says that her seven-year-old stepdaughter, Snow White, is now the fairest one of all. With fury the queen demands a huntsman to take Snow White into the woods, kill her, and bring back a token as proof of her death. Once in the woods, Snow White pleads with the huntsmen not to hurt her, assuring him that she'll run away and never return.