Read "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs The Story of Snow White" by Disney Book Group available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first . this book from your favorite retailer. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney Classic) by RH Disney. download download the Ebook: Kobo · Barnes & Noble · Apple. snow white is a story about a girl, who once lived with a happy family. but, then it turns out that she now lives with a wicked queen, who her.

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There, by means of her wicked witchery, she fashioned an apple. A very beautiful apple it was, so waxy white and rosy red that it made one's mouth water to look at it.

But it was far from being as good as it looked, for it was so artfully made that half of it—the rosiest half—was full of poison. When the Queen had finished this apple she put it into a basket with some ordinary apples, and disguised herself as a peasant-wife. She crossed the seven hills to the home of the seven dwarfs and knocked at the door as before.

Snow White peeped out of the window and said, "I am not allowed to let anyone in, nor to download anything either—the seven dwarfs have forbidden it. Here, I'll give you one for nothing. Of poison, perhaps? Here, you can have the nice rosy half, I'll take the white part.

She stretched her little hand out through the window, took the rosy half of the apple and bit into it. Immediately she sank to the floor and knew no more.

With a glance of glee and a laugh over-loud, the Queen cried, "Now, you!

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White as snow, red as blood and black as ebony—now let the dwarfs revive you! When they reached their little home, no light gleamed from its windows, no smoke streamed from its chimney. Inside all was dark and silent—no lamps were lit and no supper was on the table.

Snow White lay on the floor and no breath came from her lips. At this sight the seven little dwarfs were filled with woe, for well they knew that this was once more the work of the wicked Queen.

They lit their seven lights, then took Snow White and laid her on the bed. They searched for something poisonous but found nothing. They loosened her bodice, combed her hair and washed her face with water and wine, but nothing helped: the poor child did not move, did not speak, did not open her eyes. They cried for three whole days and when at last they dried their tears, there lay Snow White, still motionless to be sure, but so fresh and rosy that she seemed to be blooming with health.

It was transparent all over so that she could be seen from every side. There they placed it among the trees and flowers, and the birds of the wood came and mourned for her, first an owl, then a raven, and last of all a little dove. Now only six little dwarfs went to dig in the hills every day, for each in his turn stayed behind to watch over Snow White so that she was never alone.

Weeks and months and years passed by, and all this time Snow White lay in her crystal casket and did not move or open her eyes. She seemed to be in a deep deep sleep, her face as fair as a happy dream, her cheeks as rosy as ever.

The flowers grew gaily about her, the clouds flew blithely above. Birds perched on the crystal casket and trilled and sang, the woodland beasts grew tame and came to gaze in wonder.

Some one else came too and gazed in wonder—not a bird or a rabbit or a deer, but a young Prince who had lost his way while wandering among the seven hills.

When he saw the motionless maiden, so beautiful and rosy red, he looked and looked and looked. Then he went to the dwarfs and said, "Please let me take this crystal casket home with me and I will give you all the gold you may ask for.

I know not why, but my heart is drawn toward this beautiful Princess. If you will let me take her home with me, I will guard and honor her as my greatest treasure. The Prince thanked them joyfully and called for his servants. Gently they placed the crystal casket on their shoulders, slowly they walked away.

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But in spite of all their care, one of the servants made a false step and stumbled over a gnarly root. This joggled the casket, and the jolt shook the piece of poisoned apple right out of Snow White's throat. And lo! Then all by herself she opened the lid, sat up, and looked about her in astonishment.

The Prince rushed up and lifted her out of the casket. He told her all that had happened and begged her to be his bride.

Snow White consented with sparkling eyes, so they rode away to the Prince's home where they prepared for a gay and gala wedding. But while this was going on in the Prince's castle, something else was happening in that other castle where lived the wicked Queen.

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Hardcover Verified download. What a gorgeous piece of bookmaking! Disney could have slid by with a lesser product, counting on little girls who are fascinated with their princesses to sell copies. Instead they have created a beautiful homage to the classic film that in my opinion can double as an art book. The price is amazingly low for such a thoughtfully produced volume. The thick paper, fine printing and binding give this a very lush feel. The illustrations are not actual stills from the film but rather new compositions that perfectly mirror the look and feel of the movie.

Okay, the text is serviceable. It is rather compact and is the one thing that identifies this as a book for children. I'm an adult illustrator. I bought this for nostalgic reasons; "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" was my favorite movie when I was a kid. I've seen the other titles in this series. All are recommended, but this one is the crown jewel!

This book is amazing. It's like they took frames from the movie itself, and added darker colors, shading and lighting as an extra. All the characters look exactly like they do in the movie, and Snow White herself is beautiful. When I first saw the cover artwork, I knew this was going to be great, but it managed to surpass my every expectation.

Well done, Disney! This book is absolutely stunning! The illustrations are gorgeous and the storyline is right out of the movie! I bought this for my 3 year old daughter because my Snow White book from when i was a kid was all torn up and another page got ripped out and she was sad about that so i was hoping to get one and i had no idea how much we were going to love this book!


It makes story time fun! Thank you so much for this beautuful book of a classic! Classic Tales Illustrated Classic Tales. Maple Press. Product description Product Description "Snow White" is a fairy tale known from many countries in Europe, the best known version being the German one collected by the Brothers Grimm in German: Product details Format: site Edition File Size: Unlimited Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Not Enabled.

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Will Snow White ever escape her evil clutches and live happily ever after?

All are recommended, but this one is the crown jewel! It's Ancient History! Serena Valentino. A Fairy Tale.

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