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Usborne First Stories: The Story Of Rumpelstiltskin

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Book Summary of Usborne First Stories: The Story Of Rumpelstiltskin

This collection of classic fairy tales introduces very young children to these popular stories. This particular story covers "Rumpelstiltskin".

Details of Book: Usborne First Stories: The Story Of Rumpelstiltskin (BSID:112893)

Book Usborne First Stories: The Story Of Rumpelstiltskin
Author Heather Amery
ISBN 0746058365
ISBN-13 9780746058367, 978-0746058367
Binding Paperback
Publisher Scholastic India Pvt. Ltd.
Publishing Date 2003-08-29
Number of Pages 16
Language English
Dimensions 8.03 x 8.03 x 0.24 inches
Weight 90 grams

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L12_tomj March 18, 2012 review from Goodreads

Paul Galdone's interpretation of the Rumpelstiltskin fable is much more explicit in telling young readers how Miller's daughter came to her prediament; her father made a boast: "I have a daughter who can spin straw into gold." Other characters motivations and actions are laid out in more detail....

Michele May 05, 2013 review from Goodreads

I chose the book Rumpelstiltskin for a traditional tale assignment. This tale shows greed, as well as good and bad in the characters. The story depicts a husband and wife who brags to a King that their daughter can spin straw into gold, as we all know, this is a impossible task. As with tradition...

Heather February 09, 2013 review from Goodreads

One of the aspects of this particular re-telling that I enjoyed was the note on the text at the end. When I read this story, it had been a VERY long time since I had read or heard the story at all, so I could not really tell what parts of the text were different from others I had read long ago. T...

Rachel December 31, 2012 review from Goodreads

Done in the same late medieval/Early Renaissance style and setting as his book "Rapunzel", the reteller/illustrator creates the gorgeous artwork by using oil paints over watercolors. The miller's daughter (who has no name even though she is the heroine of the book) has her life decided by three m...

Jessica October 16, 2012 review from Goodreads

The story is about a poor miller with a beautiful daughter. He wanted to impress the king, so he told him his daughter could make gold out of straw. He was very impressed and locked her in a room with straw and a wheel. He gave her the night to turn all of it into gold or she would die the next...

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