Beauty and the Beast

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Beauty asked her father to get her a rose, but he got lost, and saw a palace. Some invisible servants gave him whatever he wanted, but in the morning he went to the garden and picked a rose. A beast came up and angrily said, “Why did you pick my rose?” When the father came, he told Beauty that he would have to go stay with the Beast. Beauty said she would go because it was her rose. The Beast told Beauty she could have anything she wanted except to go home. One night the Beast asked her if she would marry him. She said no, but she wanted to go visit her family. The Beast said she could go for eight nights, but she stayed for ten, when she had a dream that the Beast was dying in the garden. The next day she went back and found the Beast was dying. Then she said she would marry him, and kissed him on the cheek, and the Beast turned into a prince, and they got married and lived happily ever after.

I like this book; I like the pictures, and I also liked how they told the story. It looked like the pictures were in Africa. Some of the things in the pictures have faces, like the lamps or the chairs, like they are alive.

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Author H Chuku Lee
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Lothrop Lee & Shepard
Publish Date 2/11/2014
ISBN 9780688148195
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Issue March 2014
Category Children's


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