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review 2017-07-11 16:43
Beauty and the Beast: An Adult Fairytale Romance - Vivienne Savage

"Meh" It was just okay...

 

It was sweet in some instances and too "simpleton like" in others. A decent twist on the fairytale arc, but nothing truly original. I loved the Dragon and his male counterpart, Alistair. The heroine left much to be desired though in many instances, IMO.

 

Again, an okay read if you're in the mood for something very light in the passionate romance/ deep plot department.

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review 2017-06-15 21:42
Beautiful book.
Beauty and the Beast - An Leysen

There must be hundreds of versions of this classic, but this retelling by An Leysen is beautifully balanced and stunningly illustrated and is definitely a book I would love to have on my shelf to share with my grandchildren. Sadly, this was a NetGalley review copy so my grandchildren can only view it electronically.

I liked that the beast was not too scary and not going to give young children nightmares.
This is a moral tale - don't judge people by their appearance - and given the success of recent books like Wonder by R.J. Palacio, it is a timely release.

Looking on Amazon, I see there are already three other fairy tales in this series, Baba Yaga, Pinochio's Dream and The Nutcracker, all with similar art work, beautifully created by the author. I would definitely consider buying these books; the illustrations also make a big difference to my own pleasure when reading to children.
Age 5 years +.

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text 2017-06-15 21:35
Beautiful book.
Beauty and the Beast - An Leysen

There must be hundreds of versions of this classic, but this retelling by An Leysen is beautifully balanced and stunningly illustrated and is definitely a book I would love to have on my shelf to share with my grandchildren. Sadly, this was a NetGalley review copy so my grandchildren can only view it electronically.

 

I liked that the beast was not too scary and not going to give young children nightmares. This is a moral tale - don't judge people by their appearance - and given the success of recent books like Wonder by R.J. Palacio, it is a timely release. 

 

Looking on Amazon, I see there are already three other fairy tales in this series, Baba Yaga, Pinochio's Dream and The Nutcracker, all with similar art work, beautifully created by the author. I would definitely consider buying these books; the illustrations make a big difference to my own pleasure when reading to children.

Age 5 years +.

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review 2017-05-08 10:29
Disney Beauty and the Beast: The Beast's Tale - Mallory Reaves
I received this book for review from NetGalley.

I enjoyed Beast's point of view much more than Belle's. I like that he has a lot to change and learn (as we all do) and his part brings a great message.
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review 2017-04-20 00:00
Disney Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Tale: Beauty's Tale
Disney Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Tale: Beauty's Tale - Mallory Reaves This is a manga comic of the new Beauty and the Beast non-cartoon movie. I haven't seen the film yet, but I could definitely see changes in this graphic novel from the stories before it. Belle's background is filled in more concerning her parents, especially her mother. Also, she seems more intelligent and outgoing. She stands up for what she thinks is right, and she's the hero of the story. In most of the traditional Disney tales, the princess has to be saved by a prince, but Belle does most of the saving in these scenarios. Reading this was enjoyable for me.


***Copy given in exchange for an honest review***

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