Rapunzel (ISBN: 9781843653189) Set in the glamorous seventies, this lively retelling is bursting with colourful period detail as Rapunzel goes from being a tower-block prisoner to a free and groovy girl. Lynn Roberts had added some funky seven. Becoming a member of the LoveReading4Kids community is free. No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their.
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Rapunzel: A Groovy Fairy Tale is the second installment in the fractured fairy tale series by brother and sister team, Lynn Roberts and David Roberts. In it, the familiar tale of the long-haired maiden is supplanted in--you guessed it--the 1970’s. The story follows the same pattern as other versions--with Rapunzel sequestered by her evil aunt, letting down her hair over an apartment railing.
Rapunzel is the story of a young man and his wife who long for a child of their own. Unfortunately, the wife also yearns to eat the lush rapunzel that grows in the garden next door. She pleads with her husband to fetch her some which he does. However he is spotted by the witch who lives there who tells him that in return for the rapunzel they must give her their first born child. This is a.
Rapunzel by David Roberts. Meet a truly funky, flares-clad fairy-tale heroine and a genuinely frightening villain in this hilarious re-working of a much-loved fairy tale. Poor Rapunzel can only dream about the world outside because her Aunt Edna keeps her locked up in their tower-block home. The lifts don't work and Aunt Edna is too lazy to take the stairs, so she uses Rapunzel's.
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Book Summary. Once upon a time, a young, married couple waited for their child to be born. They lived in a beautiful house near a garden in which all sorts of fruit and vegetables grew. The woman often watched the garden through the window in a desire to taste the Rampion (Rapunzel plant). Sometimes she would tell her husband that he doesn’t know what it’s like to be pregnant, and she.