Overall this is a very funny book, that is engaging to the young audience that it is aimed at. My two daughters, aged 2 and 7 years, both enjoyed this book so much I have had to read it to them every night. My 7 year old said that she found the story ve --World of Book Reviews blog
Fractured fairy tales tend to pop up in third or fourth grade curricula, and one strategy for students is to retell a classic story from the point of view of another character, particularly the villain. This title, part of a new Capstone series, provides --LibraryThing.com
I love reading fairy tales from different countries, points of view, etc. So, I was immediately interested in reading this! Shaskan did not disappoint! Even though the book is incredibly short (at only 24 pages!), it is fun, funny, and a page turner. --Bound and Determined to Find a Good Read Blog
About the Author
Born in 1974 in Nantes, France, Gerald grew up in nine different cities around the land of cheese. He graduated from the National School of Applied Art (also called Olivier de Serres) in 1998. Gerald's creativity blossomed at a web design company, an event studio, a video-games studio, and then several animations studios. Aside from illustration, Gerald has many other interests, including managing the French Comics Artists association "Rendez-Vous" (which published its first book at Akileos publishing in 2009), or co-leading with the Japanese Artist Daisuke Tsutsumi the artistic and charity project "Sketchtravel," a real sketchbook shared by 70 illustrators from all around the world.