Funny Fairy Tales - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Funny Fairy Tales - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

by Reut Barak

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Funny Fairy Tales - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs by Reut Barak

You know this story... or do you?

How about a little twist?

Read the story of Snow White as never told before!
With the vicious queen Anagrola, the confused and sarcastic mirror Shraga, and the most gifted seven men you've ever met.

Let the tale begin!

A funny Snow White story, part of the Funny Fairy Tales Series, by Reut Barak, with cover art by Farrukh Shumail, The excellent book for trains, planes and on the go.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157449537
Publisher: Reut Barak
Publication date: 03/03/2017
Series: Funny Fairy Tales , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Reut Barak is a freelance journalist, previously published in National Geographic online. She has an MBA from the University of Oxford, and has worked and traveled internationally. This is her first book series.

Well, no not really... The true story is:

Reut was born in Camelot in the year 1201, following the famous explosion of the northern dragon tower.

She has a degree in fantasy and science fiction from the University of Atlantis and this record can be found in the central library, now twenty thousand leagues under the sea.

She likes phoenix riding, dragon fighting and painting the roses red.

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Funny Fairy Tales - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Trisha Dawn for Readers' Favorite Reut Barak’s Funny Fairy Tales: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a retelling of its classic counterpart. Snow White’s stepmother would always annoy Shraga, the mirror, with her infamous question of who’s the fairest in the land. In return, Shraga would anger her by always stating that Snow White, the king’s daughter, is fairer than her. This sets off a series of events just for the Queen to get rid of her stepdaughter who she sees as her competition. This is a funny fairy tale indeed! In Funny Fairy Tales: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Reut Barak was able to successfully give this beloved children's story a modern and a little more mature twist without making it bland to the taste. In fact, the retelling is so good it can pass as an original, and that’s not exaggerating things! The humour was not out of place nor was it offensive in any way, despite some adult word choices. You will find yourself turning from one page to another, hungry for what’s to come next. Be careful while reading it in public; you might suddenly burst out laughing! Despite the twist, the author still had a good grasp of the original version. The important bits remained intact. It was impressive how Reut Barak wrote it that way and it seemed very respectful. Having said all of this, it's a book that everyone should read. We all need a laugh out loud moment. Funny Fairy Tales: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs can and will take you there, for sure.
JBronder More than 1 year ago
There once was a magician, a magic mirror, and Anagrola. Anagrola was unhappy and talked the magician into giving her his magic mirror, Shraga and let her go marry a king which he did after a lot of debate. But Anagrola was still unhappy and focused on her looks and bothered Shraga all the time. He finally told her that Snow White, the kings daughter from a previous marriage was prettier than her. Anagrola get jealous and tries to get rid of her but Snow White finds employment with seven dwarfs that need some serious management. But when Anagrola learns Snow White is still alive she sets out to try and poison her with several apples. This is a cute retelling of Snow White. Personally I like the mirror and could see him planning some way to knock himself off the wall in an attempt at suicide. Anagrola was spiteful and vain and takes it serious when Shraga tells her Snow White, who is no beauty in this story, is prettier than her. Of course the dwarves are hilarious and the whole using an apple to try and kill the girl was over the top. My only complaint was this book says it is 157 pages long but it only has one sentence or less per page. It was annoying having to turn the page every sentence. But this is a cute retelling and a quick read. I received Funny Fairy Tales 1 from the author and Reading Addiction Virtual Book Tours for free. This has in no way influenced my opinion of this book.