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Rapunzel: A Groovy Fairy Tale de Lynn…
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Rapunzel: A Groovy Fairy Tale (edição: 2003)

de Lynn Roberts (Autor)

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In this updated version of the Grimm fairy tale, Rapunzel has flaming red hair and is kept imprisoned by her Aunt Esme, a heartless school cafeteria worker, in a tenement apartment with a broken elevator.
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Título:Rapunzel: A Groovy Fairy Tale
Autores:Lynn Roberts (Autor)
Informação:Harry N. Abrams (2003), 32 pages
Coleções:Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:*****
Etiquetas:k-3, fiction, fairy tale

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Very groovy. And, every once in a while, a lovely sketch appears in the quirky illustrations. ( )
  OutOfTheBestBooks | Sep 24, 2021 |
This is a groovy take on the classic story of Rapunzel. Great easy read ( )
  KPareti | Sep 25, 2019 |
I truly enjoyed this unique adaptation of the Rapunzel fairytale. The book was set in the 1970s, and that was reflected in the illustrations and language that the author used to tell the story. This week I tried to read both classic fairytales as well as adaptations. I found that I enjoyed the classic stories more, but I appreciated the creativity and thought that went into retelling these stories so that they would be of interest to a broader audience. The illustrations in this picture book really captured the essence of the 70s-complete with pictures of famous bands during that time such as ABBA and having the characters outfits be reflective of the time period's style. ( )
  MargaretStrahan | Nov 27, 2018 |
Missing the fairy tale vibes this story is so much different from Disney's version or ones I have read in my childhood. Rapunzel was now a red-haired city girl locked up in an apartment building; rather than the contrasting blonde haired beautiful princess we often see in a castle. We see a modernized version in images: there are Rubix cube toys, magazines, and even records that quickly makes turning points of the story we readers remember. Much of Disney's focus is on beauty and waiting for the prince to come to save her. In this version, Roger an everyday boy in a band is who she falls for but when he gets pushed off the balcony by the aunt he forgets everything and Rapunzel is on her own journey of self-discovery for some of the plot. Then they find each other and live happily ever after. This city version gave more insight to the aunt and made me go for a google search of the original story. The original is a German tale that a pregnant wife craved Rapunzel plant from a garden so badly her husband continued to steal it until caught with theft and had to escape by promising his firstborn child to be given away to Dome Gothel. This child was kept trapped and the story goes on from there. In most versions, this abandonment and evil are kept out for the style of fairy- tale. I thought it was a very different version with an exception of language style. The famous line "Rapunzel, Rapunzel let down your hair" was still in here and makes the story recognizable. ( )
  mprochnow | Oct 21, 2018 |
Rapunzel is a red-headed girl who is locked up in her aunt’s apartment. She isn’t allowed to leave the apartment because the city is too dangerous according to her aunt. Rapunzel aunt uses her hair to climb down to go to work. A boy named, Roger sees this woman climbing out the window and wants to know whose hair it is. He climbs up Rapunzel’s hair, and they become friends secretly. The aunt finds out and gets so mad, she cuts off Rapunzel’s long hair. But don’t worry, in the end, Rapunzel and Roger find each other. I thought that children could relate to this story since it is like a modern version. (Rapunzel lives in an apartment, with an aunt, etc.) ( )
  lsalone | Mar 17, 2018 |
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