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Sleeping Beauty, The Story of Briar Rose is the beautiful classic fairy tale version by the Brothers Grimm, translated from the German by Edgar Taylor and Marian Edwardes. Beautifully illustrated


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Sleeping Beauty, The Story of Briar Rose is the beautiful classic fairy tale version by the Brothers Grimm, translated from the German by Edgar Taylor and Marian Edwardes. Beautifully illustrated

30 review for Sleeping Beauty, The Story of Briar Rose by the Brothers Grimm (Illustrated)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Hilary

    This is a beautifully illustrated version of sleeping beauty. Although the text did feel as though it was just telling us the basic story with no frills the illustrations were so intricate and detailed they were fascinating to look into and see a fairy tale world of palaces and fairies. The style reminded me of Paolo Uccello, Bruegel, and Escher. We would like to see these pages enlarged there's so much detail we felt we couldn't fully appreciate them.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ahmed Ejaz

    Well, it was just Okay not like I was hearing for so long. There wasn't any twists and turns. It was just a plane read. Author didn't let us to guess things. But still a good read. I enjoyed it. P.S. By reading this, I came to know some more facts about story which I didn't know before. ^__^

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shabana Mukhtar

    Review to come.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    Your basic Brothers Grimm version of Sleeping Beauty, with very nice illustrations from Le Cain, unobtrusively influenced by early Renaissance painting.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Lör K.

    Rating: 4 / 5 Briar Rose is a classic faerie tale for children from the Brothers Grimm. This is the original story of Sleeping Beauty and the tale that inspired the numerous remakes and rewrites and movies. I really enjoyed this. I had never read the original Briar Rose story before reading this so coming across it on the app made my heart fill with joy and I settled down immediately to read it. It was the traditional tale I had always remembered, and yet, something new at the same time. I found no qu/>Briar Rating: 4 / 5 Briar Rose is a classic faerie tale for children from the Brothers Grimm. This is the original story of Sleeping Beauty and the tale that inspired the numerous remakes and rewrites and movies. I really enjoyed this. I had never read the original Briar Rose story before reading this so coming across it on the app made my heart fill with joy and I settled down immediately to read it. It was the traditional tale I had always remembered, and yet, something new at the same time. I found no qualms what so ever with Briar Rose, other than the whole, the prince came in and was like ‘hey, I’m gonna kiss this sleeping princess’. This is the reason I knocked a star off. Traditional, but it still irked me. They didn’t have to write it in. I’d recommend this to anyone who likes classics, faerie tales, or children’s stories. This one is a definite for anyone with children; it’s a good story for reading aloud. I think this was perfect. I don’t think it was too dark and twisted, as what is usually expected from the Grimm Brothers Faerie Tales. It was short and sweet (expected), and I didn’t really get anything from this. There seemed to be no moral to the story, and it was really nice just to be able to sit and read a faerie tale without having to expect some form of lesson.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    An interesting story. An evil curse makes a princess fall asleep for a hundred years. A surprise was that the hundred years had passed, and it was not the prince who woke her up. She would have woken up, anyway.

  7. 5 out of 5

    ❆ Crystal ❆

    4 stars. This is the original story behind Sleeping Beauty. I really enjoyed.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah Shuffle

    This is one of my favourite fairy tales by the Grimm Brothers; this book has influenced so many adaptations like Disney’s Sleeping Beauty and more recent Maleficent. This book is about a King and a Queen longing for a child and because of the Queens kindness to a fish in need he granted there wish and had a beautiful baby girl. The King and Queen wanted to invite all the fairies but only had a certain amount of places so they decided to invite all but one and did not tell her. That fa This is one of my favourite fairy tales by the Grimm Brothers; this book has influenced so many adaptations like Disney’s Sleeping Beauty and more recent Maleficent. This book is about a King and a Queen longing for a child and because of the Queens kindness to a fish in need he granted there wish and had a beautiful baby girl. The King and Queen wanted to invite all the fairies but only had a certain amount of places so they decided to invite all but one and did not tell her. That fairy made a surprising entrance and put a cure on the princess that on her fifteenth birthday she would prick her finger on a spinning wheel and be put to sleep for one hundred years and the fairy disappeared. The King made an order that all of the spinning wheels will be collected and burnt, to avoid the curse. On the day of her fifteenth birthday the King and Queen were out and the princess was at the castle by herself; she went exploring in the castle and found a tower, she went up the narrow stairs to find a golden key in the door. The Princess was so excited and opened the door to find an old lady with this weird object spinning, she went it and questioned the lady about the object and begged for turn; as soon as the Princess tried the spinning wheel she pricked her finger and the fairy’s curse was completed. It wasn’t just the Princess that was put into a deep sleep but it was the whole of the castle, the King and Queen arrived just before the curse begun and was put to sleep as was all the staff, animals and even the fire stopped blazing. So many years passed and the thorns around the palace grew so high that you couldn’t see the palace, and the stories of the Princess Briar Rose went throughout the land. So many princes have tried to fight through the thorns but none succeed. On the day of the hundredth year another prince attempted to rescue Briar Rose, but when he approached the castle there was no thorns but beautiful flowers and a magnificent castle; he astonished as he walked through into the castle everything was sleeping. As he roamed through the castle he finally found Briar Rose; amazed by her beauty he could not stop himself from kissing her. His kiss woke Briar Rose and the rest of the castle and they were wedded as soon as possible. One of my favourite types of stories have the happily ever after; these types of books I use as an escape from reality, which is why I love fantasy because it’s something that I will never experience in real life. Most girls have always dreamt of being a princess and reading these stories allow you to get lost within the fairy tale. I think these books would be great for the book corner in a class room for other little girls to get the same, similar or even their own experience and feelings from this beautiful tale. From my experience in a school, fairy tales can be used within literacy however it needs to be rightly suited to the learning outcomes and objectives; for example if we were discussing adverts in literacy we could link that to Briar Rose by asking the children to create a advert for a company who wants princes to claim the reward of rescuing Briar Rose. This book can be accessible for a range of ages, the younger children would love an adult reading this book to them, so they can go on a journey together but as the child gets older this can be used for independent reading for the child might want to go on the journey alone. This is a great fairy tale and the book is fantastically written by the Grimm Brothers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kirsten Whisler

    This was a story that I wouldn't have children read by themselves. Possibly read aloud to them to get the story across but honestly I think the tales that are more modernized are more appropriate for children. It wasn't really like the other grimm stories it was a happy ending, but I don't think it would captivate their attention.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Susan Marie Molloy

    This is the story of Sleeping Beauty, clever and entertaining as usual.

  11. 5 out of 5

    K. Anna Kraft

    I've arranged my thoughts on this rendition of Briar Rose, one of the milder versions out there, into a haiku: "Submerged in rem sleep. . . The dull hush of fireless breath, Waiting to age up."

  12. 5 out of 5

    Red

    The secret political life of plants. Even Rilke was captured by it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Marjan Max Maric

    Thou sword of truth, fly swift and sure, that evil die and good endure!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ziwei Cheng

    A beautiful little princess love Luo was black witch's curse, she will die in her 16 years old. The king and queen are very sad, do not want their children to happen, they pray all day, hoping to move the gods do not take their baby, and finally they moved three good-hearted fairy. This is a 3 becomes magical fairy Farrer, emerald and blue sky. They came up with a good idea is to put himself into a farmer, and then adopt the little princess, so you can not find love Los black witch princess. Tim A beautiful little princess love Luo was black witch's curse, she will die in her 16 years old. The king and queen are very sad, do not want their children to happen, they pray all day, hoping to move the gods do not take their baby, and finally they moved three good-hearted fairy. This is a 3 becomes magical fairy Farrer, emerald and blue sky. They came up with a good idea is to put himself into a farmer, and then adopt the little princess, so you can not find love Los black witch princess. Time passed quickly, and shortly princess grow up to 16 years old. 3 kind of fairy princess wants to send a gift to not make clothes Fairer fairy princess also personally for the start of the clothes. She let the blue fairy standing on a stool fooled model, then she gestures to gestures holding a large pair of scissors to cut out the body directly in the sky fairy clothes, blue fairy stand straight, not daring to move; emerald fairy cake will not do it has personally designed and started working for the princess to start cakes. But the results do Fairer fairy clothes not made because the blue fairy sneezed accidentally move a little, clothes fall apart; the results of emerald fairy cake did not do a good job, because her hand slipped and cake crooked. Finally, they had to come up with a magic wand with which conjure a beautiful dress and cake. At night princess back, fairies gave her the gift and took her back to the palace. Later, the princess of curiosity went into a closed door of the room, walked in front of a big spinning wheel, and picked up the spindle, and suddenly her hand was spindle punctured his hand, and then she fainted. Fairies princess carried to her bed, and let the magic palace so people are sleeping in the past. A heroic prince heard this, with the help of three fairy caught the black witch, eliminating her magic and locked her up. Prince went into the palace still looked beautiful princess sleeping and bowed his head and kissed her, and I did not expect to lift the curse is the kiss, love Los princess opened his eyes and saw the handsome prince very very happy. Just then, the palace so people who are awake, and we held a bustling happy wedding for them, after the prince and princess had played a happy life. After reading this fairy tale, I deeply appreciate the man must have to do good, to do an honest good people, this will be happy. Can not do bad things, otherwise you will be punished, and not happy.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Gladys

    Judging from the cover, I thought it out to be a fairy tale and based my conclusions from other obvious reasons like the author being the Brothers Grimm. As I was reading it, couldn’t help but fall in love with the pictures. Everything was beautiful, to the amount of detail each picture had… Even the borders around the text pages, the paintings, they all seem to fit “fairy tale” perfectly. It all came together and added the romance to the setting and plot. This book is probably one that I would Judging from the cover, I thought it out to be a fairy tale and based my conclusions from other obvious reasons like the author being the Brothers Grimm. As I was reading it, couldn’t help but fall in love with the pictures. Everything was beautiful, to the amount of detail each picture had… Even the borders around the text pages, the paintings, they all seem to fit “fairy tale” perfectly. It all came together and added the romance to the setting and plot. This book is probably one that I would recommend to girls that like to read fairy tales. It was a brand new story to me and one I’ll be sure they have never heard before. I cannot rave enough about the amount of detail on the pictures. Like on the page where she is climbing up to the staircase leading to the locked door, there are like little fairies hiding, I guess enticing her to go towards the locked room. The paintings also turning dark as the wall of thorns rise up fits with the story. There is also nice description and words used to make this book soft. For instance, “As he came up to the hedge, the thorns turned into flowers that parted to let him through, but behind him thorns closed again.” It’s a lovely sentence that paints a picture by itself. My favorite painting or picture was where the prince finds Thorn Rose on the bed, sleeping. I would think of this as a bed time story book or one that an older kid can read by alone. It becomes more of an experience to have one person maybe two looking at the book rather than everyone in the classroom, per say since the book and pictures are a bit small. My only wish was for them to have added a last picture for the ending.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cierra Fisher

    Sleeping Beauty is a fantasy genre written by the Grimms Brothers and illustrated by Maja Dusikovia. This story was written for children four to seven years of age. tThe Sleeping Beauty is about a queen and a king who always wanted a child. One day it was revealed that they would have a princess. When that dream came true, the king and queen threw a grand party to celebrate her arrival. Everyone one was there. All the fairies were invited excluding one. When that one fairy found out she wasn’t i Sleeping Beauty is a fantasy genre written by the Grimms Brothers and illustrated by Maja Dusikovia. This story was written for children four to seven years of age. tThe Sleeping Beauty is about a queen and a king who always wanted a child. One day it was revealed that they would have a princess. When that dream came true, the king and queen threw a grand party to celebrate her arrival. Everyone one was there. All the fairies were invited excluding one. When that one fairy found out she wasn’t invited, she arrived despite being uninvited and cast death upon the princess. The other fairies could not stop the spell completely; however, they could soften the spell by allowing her to stay sleep for a hundred years. The prince found his way to sleeping beauty and kissed her to break the spell. The prince and princess lived happily ever after. I rate “Sleeping Beauty” five stars. I enjoyed re-reading this book as an adult. I enjoyed the Prince going after what he wants and fighting his way through all obstacles to save the love of his life. This story helps children to use their imagination. Sleeping Beauty would be a great dialog for open communication for the end of the book. I would ask the question to the students: Do you think the price and the princess lived happily ever after? Do you think they had any children and if so how many? This book would allow children to use their critical thinking skills.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Drew Graham

    A princess is cursed by an offended evil fairy to fall into a deathlike sleep for 100 years, and when the curse is fulfilled, it takes the kiss of a curious prince to break the spell. My Disney source material read-through has led me to Sleeping Beauty, and after reading a book based on Perrault's pre-Grimm telling, I picked up this edition, reportedly the Grimm version. It was the basic story you expect from Sleeping Beauty, which very few variations. It was direct and simple in the A princess is cursed by an offended evil fairy to fall into a deathlike sleep for 100 years, and when the curse is fulfilled, it takes the kiss of a curious prince to break the spell. My Disney source material read-through has led me to Sleeping Beauty, and after reading a book based on Perrault's pre-Grimm telling, I picked up this edition, reportedly the Grimm version. It was the basic story you expect from Sleeping Beauty, which very few variations. It was direct and simple in the storytelling, obviously hoping to win you over with focus on new illustrations. Unfortunately, I found the illustrations to be pretty lackluster. They were colorful and had a fair amount of detail and things to look at (like the cross-section castle scenes), but they just seemed kind of ordinary overall, and I didn't think the princess was that pretty, which seems kind of like a requirement when it comes to a character referred to as Sleeping Beauty. But it was harmless and tells the story just fine, and young readers would probably find it delightful. This edition of the Grimms' post-Perrault version of the popular fairy tale was pretty basic in its storytelling and illustrations. I wasn't blown away by the text or the artwork, but I think young readers would probably enjoy it just fine.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Fables&Wren

    WrensReads Review: I have the complete set of the Grimm Fairy-Tales, and there are so many that I haven’t read! They are very short, as one would know, so I have decided to read each one and give them a review. Some are very vulgar, some are very cute and some don’t even make sense. Some of them are well known fairy-tales and some have never been told. Some are fairy-tales we know but are not the same because they have been downplayed for the children. Okay, so if you have seen Disney’s Sleepin WrensReads Review: I have the complete set of the Grimm Fairy-Tales, and there are so many that I haven’t read! They are very short, as one would know, so I have decided to read each one and give them a review. Some are very vulgar, some are very cute and some don’t even make sense. Some of them are well known fairy-tales and some have never been told. Some are fairy-tales we know but are not the same because they have been downplayed for the children. Okay, so if you have seen Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, you know what happens in this book. The actually old fairy-tale Sleeping Beauty is NOT the same as the movie (and you shouldn’t let your kids read it). But this one is pretty close to what the movie is. Except the fairies are wise women. And there are thirteen of them (including the one who gives the curse to the poor innocent baby). WrensReads | Goodreads | Twitter | Instagram

  19. 5 out of 5

    Pam ☼Because Someone Must Be a Thorn☼ Tee

    This a sweet, gentle retelling of the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty. There is nothing scary in this book; no scary witch or fairy, nor any great and terrible battle at the end. Instead the prince just enters the castle because essentially the clock has run out and the thorns have transitioned to fragrant flowers. Adults might find this out of step with the Disney version that we are all familiar with, but very young children are going to appreciate this gentler version as they are really all a This a sweet, gentle retelling of the classic tale of Sleeping Beauty. There is nothing scary in this book; no scary witch or fairy, nor any great and terrible battle at the end. Instead the prince just enters the castle because essentially the clock has run out and the thorns have transitioned to fragrant flowers. Adults might find this out of step with the Disney version that we are all familiar with, but very young children are going to appreciate this gentler version as they are really all about the 'happy ending' and not so much about the struggle. The artwork is very nice. Maja Dusikova's soft watercolors fit a story that is geared for little ones. The maids and princes are all rosy cheeked and refined. And there are fun details of activities within the castle-- children sitting beneath tables, fleeing cooks who they have frustrated. There's not quite the brilliance and detail that you find with Paul O. Zelinsky's pages, but Dusikova's work is ever so much better than the Disney renditions which I don't think translate that well to books. A book for younger princess lovers. Toddler on up. Pam T~ blogger and mom of a princess

  20. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Rohrer

    A quick story, but a classic that 1) I rather enjoy and 2) was all the better for the narrator's pleasing voice and skillful work in distinguishing one character from another. Nicely done.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Simmons

    : A childless king and queen have their wish for a baby granted when the queen saves a lowly fish from dying. The couple throws a feast in celebration and appreciation for the gift of their new daughter - Briar Rose - but make the mistake of leaving one of the kingdom's thirteen fairies off the guest list. This thirteenth fairy comes to the feast and curses Briar Rose that come her fifteenth year she will be wounded by a spindle and die. One of the other fairies is able to soften the curse, doom : A childless king and queen have their wish for a baby granted when the queen saves a lowly fish from dying. The couple throws a feast in celebration and appreciation for the gift of their new daughter - Briar Rose - but make the mistake of leaving one of the kingdom's thirteen fairies off the guest list. This thirteenth fairy comes to the feast and curses Briar Rose that come her fifteenth year she will be wounded by a spindle and die. One of the other fairies is able to soften the curse, dooming Sleeping Beauty only to a hundred years sleep. the genre of this book would be fairytale and fantasy. the format of this book is a picture book. the reading level for this book would be middle level elementary students. this book is more of a fun book for students to read but they could make a poster of the literary elements. the theme of this book is a fairytale. i think girls will enjoy this book more but any race and socioeconomic status would enjoy this book. Grimm, J., Grimm, W., & Dusíková, M. (2012). Sleeping Beauty. New York: NorthSouth.

  22. 4 out of 5

    James

    Huh, well I never. I didn’t realise that the original story of Sleeping Beauty was a short story called Briar Rose. This is one of the reasons why I decided to make the Grimm Fairy Tales my main read for this year. There are some which are so well known, but the origins are not. This is a well-known fairy tale, something that has been re done over the years in cartoons, movies and so forth. Perhaps some of these fairy tales were told to me as a child but that is in the long distant past. As such Huh, well I never. I didn’t realise that the original story of Sleeping Beauty was a short story called Briar Rose. This is one of the reasons why I decided to make the Grimm Fairy Tales my main read for this year. There are some which are so well known, but the origins are not. This is a well-known fairy tale, something that has been re done over the years in cartoons, movies and so forth. Perhaps some of these fairy tales were told to me as a child but that is in the long distant past. As such, I was not aware that as Briar Rose fell asleep so did everything and everyone else in the household with a wall of thorns growing over the household until the correct prince arrived. Perhaps, the only downside to this story was that it was too short. Although, this then does give creative license for re telling the story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alison Rankn

    This was a classic representation of the folk tale Sleeping Beauty. What resonated with me most was the story itself and how interesting it is. It kept me entertained and engaged throughout the entire book. I was most drawn to how the story and illustrations worked so well together. The illustrations were very soft and beautiful and fit perfectly into the time period when the story was first written. I would recommend this book to others because it was a good representation of the traditional ta This was a classic representation of the folk tale Sleeping Beauty. What resonated with me most was the story itself and how interesting it is. It kept me entertained and engaged throughout the entire book. I was most drawn to how the story and illustrations worked so well together. The illustrations were very soft and beautiful and fit perfectly into the time period when the story was first written. I would recommend this book to others because it was a good representation of the traditional tale and I liked how everything in the book came together and was cohesive. I could use it in my classroom when talking about traditional tales because I think it is one of the classics that everyone should have the chance to read.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Meltha

    The lovely, late Gothic/early Renaissance style drawings resemble illuminated manuscripts. While the story is the same one from the brothers Grimm, the illustrations do add to the story. The only problems I had with this and that kept it from being a 5-star are that the book is a tad bit small, which in turn makes the pictures a little too small, and oddly there is no image of the wedding of the prince and princess, which seems like it would be an obvious choice for a particularly grand picture. The lovely, late Gothic/early Renaissance style drawings resemble illuminated manuscripts. While the story is the same one from the brothers Grimm, the illustrations do add to the story. The only problems I had with this and that kept it from being a 5-star are that the book is a tad bit small, which in turn makes the pictures a little too small, and oddly there is no image of the wedding of the prince and princess, which seems like it would be an obvious choice for a particularly grand picture. On the other hand, you get a fairy riding a unicorn at one point. That covers a multitude of sins.

  25. 4 out of 5

    The Library Lady

    A charming telling of the classic tale. The wicked fairy is mildly scary at the christening, but not as scary as, say, the version by a certain mouse symboled company(!)and there is no frightening sequence in the woods with the prince. The art is nicely detailed--not Jan Brett elaborate, but with lots to look at and a childlike quality that is very appealing. The telling uses a good deal of language drawn from the original tale, but an older preschooler old enough to sit through a Mouse company A charming telling of the classic tale. The wicked fairy is mildly scary at the christening, but not as scary as, say, the version by a certain mouse symboled company(!)and there is no frightening sequence in the woods with the prince. The art is nicely detailed--not Jan Brett elaborate, but with lots to look at and a childlike quality that is very appealing. The telling uses a good deal of language drawn from the original tale, but an older preschooler old enough to sit through a Mouse company movie could listen to this and enjoy it. And I cannot resist the black cat who follows the princess about in the spindle sequence. I'll be happy to give this one out to the princess wannabes.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    A classic retelling of Sleeping Beauty. The bad fairy that curses Sleeping Beauty is just scary enough to seem terrible without actually being too frightening for young readers. The pictures are soft and subdued, and while I find them a lovely compliment to the story, they will work best for one-on-one readings, not whole group read alouds. You know those little girls that are always clamoring for princess books? I really wish that this book had a bit more pink and shiny to appeal to them. As it is, fa A classic retelling of Sleeping Beauty. The bad fairy that curses Sleeping Beauty is just scary enough to seem terrible without actually being too frightening for young readers. The pictures are soft and subdued, and while I find them a lovely compliment to the story, they will work best for one-on-one readings, not whole group read alouds. You know those little girls that are always clamoring for princess books? I really wish that this book had a bit more pink and shiny to appeal to them. As it is, fairy tale lovers will enjoy this classic version. A solid purchase for school libraries in need of an update.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Nims

    This was a freebie on Audible. While I can hardly say I possess but a trivial knowledge of the German language, after listening to the collection of Grimm's Fairy Tales in English, I wanted to hear them spoken in the original tongue. I was able to follow along by context (more so with "Dornröschen") and enjoyed the voice acting and subtle background noises. Stories contained are as follows: "Dornröschen" ("Little Briar Rose," a variation on "Sleeping Beauty") "Der Arme This was a freebie on Audible. While I can hardly say I possess but a trivial knowledge of the German language, after listening to the collection of Grimm's Fairy Tales in English, I wanted to hear them spoken in the original tongue. I was able to follow along by context (more so with "Dornröschen") and enjoyed the voice acting and subtle background noises. Stories contained are as follows: "Dornröschen" ("Little Briar Rose," a variation on "Sleeping Beauty") "Der Arme und der Reiche" ("The Poor Man and the Rich Man") "Das Hausgesinde" ("My Household")

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jinx:The:Poet {the Literary Masochist, Ink Ninja & Word Roamer}

    BRIAR ROSE: Briar Rose, or more commonly known as Sleeping Beauty, is about a princess cursed to die at the age of fifteen, by a petty fairy who was not invited to the birthday party. Thankfully a kind fairy lightened that curse so that the girl would only fall asleep rather than die. This was alright. A pretty typical, light-hearted fairy tale. Prince charming saves the damsel. MORAL: True love and love at first sight. Good versus evil. Wait for a prince to come save you. [RATING: 1.5 STAR]

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra Ball

    I really enjoyed this traditional fiction and twist on Sleeping Beauty. I have always liked the story of Sleeping Beauy so reading this with a slight twist has been fun. Although, to me the beginning the authro really played everything up and then let the prince just waltz right in and save everyone. I wasn't really too fond of the ending because the author made it way too easy for the prince in my opinion. However, I think that children would really enjoy reading this novel.

  30. 4 out of 5

    SWAROOP CHOUGULE

    A classic fairy tale for children by The Brothers Grimm. A story which I believe everyone has heard of ,and is made into cartoons and movies. The story about curse and cruelty, and how the princess meets her fate after all the precautions. How she fells asleep for hundred years, and the romantic angle that the prince would wake her up with a kiss. In all, A great read for children, and short sweet read for adults who'd just like to revisit their childhood stories.

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