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Newfangled Fairy Tales, Book #2 [Ebook] ➨ Newfangled Fairy Tales, Book #2 By Bruce Lansky – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This collection of ten contemporary fairy tales the second in the critically acclaimed series puts a delightful new spin on classic stories and themes Michelle Koszlowski desparately wantes to be a pr This collection of ten contemporary fairy tales Tales, Book PDF ´ the second in the critically acclaimed series puts a delightful Newfangled Fairy PDF or new spin on classic stories and themes Michelle Koszlowski desparately wantes to be a princess until her wish Fairy Tales, Book eBook ✓ comes true and she discovers what a pain royal life can be The Little Tailor brags to everyone about his bravery until a giant comes along and teaches him a lesson Rapunzel is held captive in a high rise apartment by an urban witch who owns a pizza parlor A postmodern wolf refuses to eat the bratty Little Red Riding Hood and her sickly grandmother Hansel is so obsessed with candy that he steals Gretel s piggy bank and runs off to the Old Witch s Candy Factory.


About the Author: Bruce Lansky

I was born on June , Tales, Book PDF ´ My first home was an apartment in Manhattan s Upper Newfangled Fairy PDF or West Side, a neighborhood that overlooked the George Washington Bridge Soon after kindergarten, my family moved to Scarsdale, Fairy Tales, Book eBook ✓ which seemed to be in the country In high school, I broke my ankle when I went out for the lacrosse team, so I wrote a sports column for the school newspaper I don t think I showed any particular talent for writing thenI went to St John s College in Annapolis, Maryland I actually learned to read Greek I didn t understand it, though I transferred from St John s to New York University, so I could study political science and economics I graduated with a major in philosophy and a minor in English My first job was a market researcher for a beer company in New Jersey Over the next five years, I switched jobs several times advertising copywriter, advertising account executive, and marketing manager at a candy companyI married Vicki and we had a baby, Douglas I wanted him to have a home surrounded by grass and trees and ball fields, so I accepted a job in Minnesota, and Doug got a baby sister, Dana What rescued me from poverty was that my wife and some other mothers wrote a cookbook We published it ourselves, and it was a huge hit That s how I figured out that I wanted to be a publisher when I grew up We built Meadowbrook Press, and I became an author of baby name books and humor books for adultsTen years ago, I wanted to put together a children s book of all the poems they loved best To find these poems, I tested poems in elementary schools As I was testing poems on children, I decided to write a few to see what the response would be At first it wasn t that good, but as my writing improved, I added my poems to new books To get them just right, I d rewrite them over and over I ve now edited six poetry anthologies and filled three books with my own poems Because I spent a lot of time reading and testing poems in classrooms, schools started inviting me to perform I ve now performed at hundreds of schools My goal to put on the most entertaining, most educational, and most motivating assembly a school has ever had My web site, helps kids discover the fun of reading and writing poetryLanguage arts are a very important part of what you learn in school You can read great books that take you to far away lands You can write your own stories and make yourself the hero of exciting adventures Even if it seems hard sometimes, don t give up Keep practicing your reading and writing skills, and soon it will become easier There are so many wonderful worlds to explore in books and poetry Get your very own passport by learning to read and write the very best that you can.



10 thoughts on “Newfangled Fairy Tales, Book #2

  1. Luvena Luvena says:

    One of those simplistic children s stories although I d add some sense into the ending for my kids, where they ll need to appreciate the value of where they are at any time even if it were a castle where they d be pampered and expected to demonstrate certain mannerisms.


  2. Corrie Corrie says:

    I absolutely love mixed up fairytales and these were all awesome The Rapunzel one really had me laughing as did the Little Red Riding Hood one Fun stories for pretty much all ages unless you are a snooty person who thinks fairytales are only for children.


  3. Laurie (AFozenBookParadise) Laurie (AFozenBookParadise) says:

    3.5 I found ti childish but very entertaining and original I liked some storiesthan others and the modern twist was cool.


  4. Lydia Rose Lydia Rose says:

    I really liked the last one, the princess and the pea, and the Rumpelstiltskin one Those were really good The others had an interesting twist that I liked, but those two were my favorites out of them all Now I should probably find the first book and see how that one is WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD The first story is about Rumpelstiltskin, a Privet Eye The Miller comes to him and tells him that his daughter was kidnapped by the gold thirsty king Rumple Rumpelstiltskin s awfully long goes to I really liked the last one, the princess and the pea, and the Rumpelstiltskin one Those were really good The others had an interesting twist that I liked, but those two were my favorites out of them all Now I should probably find the first book and see how that one is WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD The first story is about Rumpelstiltskin, a Privet Eye The Miller comes to him and tells him that his daughter was kidnapped by the gold thirsty king Rumple Rumpelstiltskin s awfully long goes to the castle to find stuff out Happy, now a guard, tells him that the miller s daughter spins straw into gold, and that Rumple can t get into the castle No visitors So Rumple sneaks into the castle through the sewers, and gets into the room that the miller s daughter s in It s a trick, and after he escapes, he comes up with a plan to tell the king the truth and punish the traitors in the kingdom The second s is my least favorite, the girl who wants to be a princess She gets what she wants and hates it That s all I have to say about that chapter The third is The Little Tailor Good story for people who brag to read Also not one of my favorites The fourth is a Modern Rapunzel Instead of a plant, it s pizza that s under a curse that the mother falls in love with, and the witch is a pizza place owner It goes on like the real story for a little bit, and then when the witch finds out about the guy who s going to rescue her, she makes Rapunzel bald for good I didn t like that part The next one is about a fairy godFATHER Also not one of my favorites, but it was okay, I guess It was the first dude who got to be a fairy godfather The sixth was great The princess and the pea I won t spoil anything, but it was really well done Princess Mia was so clever The seventh is a Cinderella story, only about a boy instead of a girl It was a good idea, but it wasn t my favorite Cinderella story The next one is about Red Riding Hood and the Scrawny Wolf I always knew that wolves weren t all bad I really liked this one, too The ninth is Hansel and Gretel In this one, only Hansel is naughty, and the witch is pretty cool, although I m not so sure about the candies she sells And finally, my favorite, Katie and the Dragon Katie doesn t want to marry whatever prince defeats the dragon, who she really wants to marry is the court jester She goes and talks to the dragon, and uses her head to try and figure out a way to make it so that the fight doesn t go like it was set up to be I won t give away any You ll enjoy this if you don t mind fairytales


  5. Julie Julie says:

    A new look at some old familiar fairy tales Some set in modern times Easy to read, some better than others, but overall a fun read


  6. Resti Laily Nadliroh Resti Laily Nadliroh says:

    I thought this book have same story with ouat when the previous author before henry made a story A villains win.


  7. Jessica Jessica says:

    The first in the series was the best book This one was okay but not great


  8. Angie Angie says:

    Cute


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10 thoughts on “Newfangled Fairy Tales, Book #2

  1. Luvena Luvena says:

    One of those simplistic children s stories although I d add some sense into the ending for my kids, where they ll need to appreciate the value of where they are at any time even if it were a castle where they d be pampered and expected to demonstrate certain mannerisms.

  2. Corrie Corrie says:

    I absolutely love mixed up fairytales and these were all awesome The Rapunzel one really had me laughing as did the Little Red Riding Hood one Fun stories for pretty much all ages unless you are a snooty person who thinks fairytales are only for children.

  3. Laurie (AFozenBookParadise) Laurie (AFozenBookParadise) says:

    3.5 I found ti childish but very entertaining and original I liked some storiesthan others and the modern twist was cool.

  4. Lydia Rose Lydia Rose says:

    I really liked the last one, the princess and the pea, and the Rumpelstiltskin one Those were really good The others had an interesting twist that I liked, but those two were my favorites out of them all Now I should probably find the first book and see how that one is WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD The first story is about Rumpelstiltskin, a Privet Eye The Miller comes to him and tells him that his daughter was kidnapped by the gold thirsty king Rumple Rumpelstiltskin s awfully long goes to I really liked the last one, the princess and the pea, and the Rumpelstiltskin one Those were really good The others had an interesting twist that I liked, but those two were my favorites out of them all Now I should probably find the first book and see how that one is WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD The first story is about Rumpelstiltskin, a Privet Eye The Miller comes to him and tells him that his daughter was kidnapped by the gold thirsty king Rumple Rumpelstiltskin s awfully long goes to the castle to find stuff out Happy, now a guard, tells him that the miller s daughter spins straw into gold, and that Rumple can t get into the castle No visitors So Rumple sneaks into the castle through the sewers, and gets into the room that the miller s daughter s in It s a trick, and after he escapes, he comes up with a plan to tell the king the truth and punish the traitors in the kingdom The second s is my least favorite, the girl who wants to be a princess She gets what she wants and hates it That s all I have to say about that chapter The third is The Little Tailor Good story for people who brag to read Also not one of my favorites The fourth is a Modern Rapunzel Instead of a plant, it s pizza that s under a curse that the mother falls in love with, and the witch is a pizza place owner It goes on like the real story for a little bit, and then when the witch finds out about the guy who s going to rescue her, she makes Rapunzel bald for good I didn t like that part The next one is about a fairy godFATHER Also not one of my favorites, but it was okay, I guess It was the first dude who got to be a fairy godfather The sixth was great The princess and the pea I won t spoil anything, but it was really well done Princess Mia was so clever The seventh is a Cinderella story, only about a boy instead of a girl It was a good idea, but it wasn t my favorite Cinderella story The next one is about Red Riding Hood and the Scrawny Wolf I always knew that wolves weren t all bad I really liked this one, too The ninth is Hansel and Gretel In this one, only Hansel is naughty, and the witch is pretty cool, although I m not so sure about the candies she sells And finally, my favorite, Katie and the Dragon Katie doesn t want to marry whatever prince defeats the dragon, who she really wants to marry is the court jester She goes and talks to the dragon, and uses her head to try and figure out a way to make it so that the fight doesn t go like it was set up to be I won t give away any You ll enjoy this if you don t mind fairytales

  5. Julie Julie says:

    A new look at some old familiar fairy tales Some set in modern times Easy to read, some better than others, but overall a fun read

  6. Resti Laily Nadliroh Resti Laily Nadliroh says:

    I thought this book have same story with ouat when the previous author before henry made a story A villains win.

  7. Jessica Jessica says:

    The first in the series was the best book This one was okay but not great

  8. Angie Angie says:

    Cute

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