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This is our current bedtime read. I keep forgetting that my son is having a different childhood than I had, and that he didn't spend asthmatic afternoons stuck in bed with books. So he's not as fairy-tale literate as I was at his age. Also, he's old enough to be interested in the origin story of the...
These are very different from what I'm used to, though I liked them very much. While I like that Dover makes so many publications available, I did miss having more information, such as where the individual stories came from, who translated them, etc, or more details about the images.
Review to come.
Fantastic resource. 37 tales, 9 additional for "adults." Bonuses: Grimms biography, illustration bibliography, additional reading suggestions, preface to 1st and 2nd editions of Grimm's tales.According to the Preface: tales are from Grimm's 7th ed, published 1857. Selection includes tales that invol...
It doesn’t quite feel like Bradley did the editing on this one even though she is listed. “Memories of the Sea” will make you look at pearls differently, and that really is the only reason to read this book.