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Believe me, Goldilocks rocks! : the story of the three bears as told by Baby Bear —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

Baby Bear, who wants to be called Sam, tells the true story of what happened when he and his parents went for a walk while their porridge cooled.

No lie, I acted like a beast! : the story of Beauty and the Beast as told by the Beast —Loewen, Nancy, 1964-

The Beast relates the true story of how he was unintentionally rude to a fairy while preparing for an audition, then won the heart of a beautiful girl despite his appearance and odor.

Frankly, I'd rather spin myself a new name! : the story of Rumpelstiltskin as told by Rumpelstiltskin —Gunderson, Jessica, author.

A retelling of the classic fairy tale from the point of view of Rumpelstiltskin, who spins straw into gold (for cash payments), but really dreams of having a son to raise.

Seriously, Snow White was so forgetful! : the story of Snow White as told by the dwarves —Loewen, Nancy, 1964-

The dwarf known as Seven explains how Snow White's terrible memory was the cause of many problems, including her long sleep, and exactly how she was rescued by a prince.

Seriously, Cinderella is so annoying! : the story of Cinderella as told by the wicked stepmother —Shaskan, Trisha Speed, 1973-

The classic tale of Cinderella is told by her stepmother, who was not really so wicked after all.

Really, Rapunzel needed a haircut! : the story of Rapunzel, as told by Dame Gothel —Gunderson, Jessica.

"Introduces the concept of point of view through Dame Gothel's retelling of the classic fairy tale "Rapunzel"-- Provided by publisher.

Honestly, our music stole the show! : the story of the Bremen Town musicians as told by the donkey —Gunderson, Jessica, author.

The Bremen Town Musicians never wanted to be heroes. They wanted a recording contract! At least that's the story readers hear from the donkey's point of view in this charming twist on the classic fairy tale "The Bremen T...

For real, I paraded in my underpants! : the story of the emperor's new clothes as told by the emperor —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous adaptation of the tale, Emperor Twill, ruler of the kingdom Pardonia, explains why parading in his underwear was really a clever plan on his part to find the one person in the kingdom who would give him ...

Truthfully, something smelled fishy! : the story of the fisherman and his wife as told by the wife —Gunderson, Jessica, author.
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A humorous retelling of the fairy tale, told from the point of view of the fisherman's wife, who dreams of having plenty of food (she did not have enough to eat as a child), and is very puzzled about how her poor fisherm...

Listen, my bridge is so cool! : the story of the three billy goats Gruff as told by the troll —Loewen, Nancy, 1964- author.

In this humorous adaptation of the tale, Arty the troll is really a poetry-loving, non-aggressive guy who is being pressured by the Troll Patrol to act more troll-like or lose his rights to the bridge--so he makes a deal...

No kidding, mermaids are a joke! : the story of the little mermaid, as told by the Prince —Loewen, Nancy, 1964-

Believing that his friends are playing a practical joke on him to make him think mermaids are real, the Prince concocts an elaborate scheme to get back at them.

Truly, we both loved Beauty dearly! : the story of Sleeping Beauty, as told by the good and bad fairies —Shaskan, Trisha S.

Introduces the concept of point of view through the good and bad fairies' retelling of the classic fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty"--{u2021}cProvided by publisher.

Frankly, I never wanted to kiss anybody! : the story of the frog prince, as told by the frog —Loewen, Nancy, 1964-

Introduces the concept of point of view through the prince's retelling of the classic fairy tale "The Frog Prince" -- Provided by publisher.