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Forgotten Fairy Tales of Brave and Brilliant Girls - Illustrated Story Collections (Hardback)Isabella Grott (illustrator), Alessandra Santelli (illustrator), Maria Surducan (illustrator), Rosie Dickins (author), Andy Prentice (author), Rob Lloyd Jones (author), Susanna Davidson (author)
From the author of Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World comes a handsome volume of subversive fairy tales where the female lead calls the shots. Largely neglected or forgotten through the centuries, these stories, fully and vibrantly illustrated, feature inspirational women taking charge of their own destinies and proving that you don’t have to male to win the day.
Once known, now largely forgotten, these empowering fairy tales have been brought together to inspire a new generation of readers.
Discover heroines who outwit giants, fight evil, awaken sleeping princes and, of course, live happily ever after. With a foreword by Kate Pankhurst, author of Fantastically Great Women who Changed the World.
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 840 g
Dimensions: 245 x 177 x 23 mm
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This will make an absolutely perfect Christmas gift - or indeed any occasion gift for so many children!
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What I loved about this was going down memory lane with the older classics that I read when I was little like Snow White and Rose Red and Clever Molly, and new ones I didn't know:
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