Favourite Mixed Up Fairy Tales
By Hilary Robinson
Illustrated by Sarah Horne
A follow-up to the best-selling Mixed up Fairy Tales which has sold over 100,000 copies so far.
First came the phenomenal bestselling Mixed up Fairy Tales with sales over 100,000 copies to date, and now comes More Mixed up Fairy Tales! This ingenious split-page, spiral bound book lets you create your own hilarious versions of the most-loved rhymes.
What would happen if the Pied Piper grew long hair and flew away with a yellow brick road? The total number of mix ups is 1728 combinations!
Includes: The Pied Piper, The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, Rapunzel, Tom Thumb, Rumpstiltskin, The Gingerbread Mab, Robin Hood, Thumbelina, Hansel and Gretel and The Frog Prince.
Praise for Mixed Up Fairy Tales: 'Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations.' - Guardian
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06 Aug 2015
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Hodder Children's Books
Courful, wacky illustrations compliment each statement. Great fun! — Carousel
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'Lively without being irreverent.' - The Bookseller
'A thoughtful and heartfelt survey.' - TES
'Just what the modern child should have' - Marianne Adey, Co-Ordinator Children's Book Award
Classic fairy tales have been re-told often but none so entertaining and unusual as Mixed Up Fairy Tales...Whilst familiarising young children with classic fairy stories...it also introduces the endless imaginative possibilities of writing.
Children (and adults) will be enraptured from the first page. Sharratt's bright and bold illustrations bring alive the characters in this book making it accessible and involving.
Children will want to revisit this book time and again to discover new stories...the possibilities appear endless.
— Gayle Morison
Ingenious, imaginative fun. — Bookseller
Our most-loved nursery rhymes can be mixed up with hilarious consequences, thanks to this sequel to the best-selling Mixed Up Fairy Tales. — Coventry Telegraph
Variations enough for plenty of delightfully silly combinations. — The Guardian
Endless fun... hilarious. — Parents in Touch