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Rapunzel, the One with All the Hair (Twice Upon a Time)

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ISBN13: 9780439796569
ISBN10: 0439796563
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There are two sides to every story — even fairy tales. A he said/she said series with a prince and princess twist.

Rapunzel is having the ultimate bad day. She's been stolen from home by an evil witch, locked in an incredibly high tower, and doesn't even have a decent brush for her hair. Prince Benjamin is in a pretty uncomfortable situation himself. His father wants him to be more kingly, his mother wants him to never leave her sight, and his cousin wants to get him into as much trouble as possible. Plus, there's the little matter of prearranged marriages. . . . Both Rapunzel and Prince Benjamin are trapped--in very different ways. It's only when their paths cross, that things really start to change.

Synopsis:

The girl's stuck in a tower. The boy's stuck in a castle. There are two sides to every story...

Rapunzel is having the ultimate bad day. She's been stolen by a witch, may have a ghost for a roommate, and doesn't even have a decent brush for her hair.

Prince Benjamin's got it pretty tough, too. His father wants him to be more kingly, his mother wants him to never leave her sight, and his cousin wants to get him into as much trouble as possible (possibly with a troll).

Both Rapunzel and Prince Benjamin are trapped--in very different ways. Once their paths cross, well, that's when things get really strange.

Journey back to the days when fairy tales were true with this fun and fresh spin on a timeless tale!

Synopsis:

The award-winning author of "A Mango-Shaped Space" presents this retelling ofthe classic fairy tale as a he said/she said story with a prince and princesstwist.

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gspice, November 2, 2006 (view all comments by gspice)
The best book I ever read. The book made me feel I was in the book and saw every little picture of ever sean. I never wanted to put the book down. Any one who reads this comment should read this book. Also I've seen that they have started a series and I have yet to read it but I think it is going to be just as great or better than the first. That is why I liked this book so much.
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780439796569
Publisher:
Scholastic Paperbacks
Subject:
Humorous Stories
Author:
Mass, Wendy
Subject:
Children's 9-12 - Fiction - Fantasy
Subject:
Fairy tales
Subject:
Fairy Tales & Folklore - Humorous Retelling
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Twice Upon a Time
Publication Date:
20060601
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
208
Dimensions:
7.63 x 5.25 in
Age Level:
09-12

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Rapunzel, the One with All the Hair (Twice Upon a Time)
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Product details 208 pages Scholastic Paperbacks - English 9780439796569 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by ,

The girl's stuck in a tower. The boy's stuck in a castle. There are two sides to every story...

Rapunzel is having the ultimate bad day. She's been stolen by a witch, may have a ghost for a roommate, and doesn't even have a decent brush for her hair.

Prince Benjamin's got it pretty tough, too. His father wants him to be more kingly, his mother wants him to never leave her sight, and his cousin wants to get him into as much trouble as possible (possibly with a troll).

Both Rapunzel and Prince Benjamin are trapped--in very different ways. Once their paths cross, well, that's when things get really strange.

Journey back to the days when fairy tales were true with this fun and fresh spin on a timeless tale!

"Synopsis" by , The award-winning author of "A Mango-Shaped Space" presents this retelling ofthe classic fairy tale as a he said/she said story with a prince and princesstwist.
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