...Then the blacksmith broke off a stick from a nearby tree, tossed the sack to the ground and began mercilessly beating the Devil, who screamed piteously and ran back and forth within the sack, finding no escape.
Finally, the blacksmith said, "I will release you if you give me the page from your large book upon which I wrote my name."
The Devil refused, but another round of fierce beatings with the stick soon convinced him. The sheet was ripped from the book, and the Devil returned to hell cursing himself for being beaten and deceived...
This is the true Grimm. Chilling, scary and facinating. The art is museum quality. The stories are gruesome. truely your grandparents Grimm.Published 17 months ago by Christopher J., Woolf
It looks like a middle school project that someone's mother published.
The inside is full of clip art, and the page format seems to change every few stories.
Poorly printed with overly large text and amateurish illustrations.
Basically it's not worth the paper it's printed on.