Rapunzel by John Cech
  

Synopsis

Rapunzel by John Cech

John Cech's enchanting retelling of Rapunzel is the tale of a poor couple forced to surrender their newborn daughter to a powerful witch, all for having stolen some lettuce to satisfy the wife's unbearable hunger. And so the witch takes Rapunzel to a secluded tower, where the girl spends her days singing and braiding her long hair. Then, one day, a prince hears her sweet voice and everything changes...Complete with fanciful illustrations by Fiona Sansom, this beautiful book belongs on every fairy tale lover's shelf.

About the Author

John Cech is a professor of English at the University of Florida where he is the Director of the Center for Children's Literature and Culture. He was the creator, producer, and host of the daily public radio programme Recess! about the cultures of childhood. He has served as the President of the Children's Literature Association and received the Anne Devereaux Jordan Award for his contributions to children's literature. John has written seven books in the Classic Fairy Tale Collection for Sterling, in addition to retellings of Aesop's Fables, illustrated by Martin Jarrie, and The Nutcracker, illustrated by Eric Puybaret. Fiona Sansom studied illustration at Kingston University in the United Kingdom, graduating with a BA in 2004. Born and raised in New Zealand, but now based in London, she works full time as a freelance illustrator. Fiona's work appears in the Kingston Museum's Brill Collection.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: 4 - 7

Author

John Cech
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Publisher

Sterling an imprint of Sterling Publishing Co Inc

Publication date

5th November 2015

ISBN

9781454916796


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