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Review and Giveaway: The Elves and the Shoemaker told by Deanna McFadden
Elves make magic for a poor shoemaker and his wife in this much-loved tale originally told by the Brothers Grimm.
Review This is the classic retelling of the popular fairy tale The Elves and the Shoemaker. Author Deanna McFadden keeps the story simple but true to the original theme using 40 pages in a cute, little book (5"x7"). The characters convey the importance of hard work, helpful hands and gratitude. There are enough details to delight every age but it is also short enough for little ones to relate to and enjoy. Marcos Calo has added beautiful illustrations to every page. The soft hues, clothing choices and architectural detail add to the old fashioned style of the book. This charming story has always been a favorite at our house and now I look forward to sharing it with the grandchildren! Author Illustrator Thank you to Sterling Children's Books for a book to review.
Release date: October, 2012 Publisher: Sterling Children's Books Pages: 40 (hardcover) Type: children's fiction From the adorable, little Silver Penny Series, a set of eight fairy tales from a variety of author and illustrators. Puss in Boots
My name is Debbie. I am blessed to have a wonderful family - my hubby and three sons (ages 20, 23 & 24), two grandbabies, too many pets, too many books, an awesome hammock and an often messy house, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Well, maybe a house that's just a little bit cleaner but it's obviously not a priority...