Judging A Book By Its Cover: Hansel and Gretel

So happy to have done another Judging a Book by Its Cover post over on Milliebot Reads. Check it out!

This post features pages and illustrations from Hansel and Gretel by the Brothers Grimm. This edition was translated by Sallyanne Delvino and illustrated by Matteo Gaule.

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This is my weekly post where I highlight beautiful books from my collection. We all judge book covers to some extent (don’t lie, you totally do!) so I created this feature to showcase and admire the art and design elements of some of the books I own. If covers didn’t matter, publishers wouldn’t make so many wonderful editions!

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Reblogged: Judging A Book By Its Cover: Beauty and the Beast

So happy to have done another Judging a Book by Its Cover post over on Milliebot Reads. Check it out!
This post features pages and illustrations from Beauty and the Beast retold from the Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont original with illustrations by Agnese Baruzzi

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This is my weekly post where I highlight beautiful books from my collection. We all judge book covers to some extent (don’t lie, you totally do!) so I created this feature to showcase and admire the art and design elements of some of the books I own. If covers didn’t matter, publishers wouldn’t make so many wonderful editions!

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Judging A Book By Its Cover: The Atlas of Classic Tales

So happy to have done another Judging a Book by Its Cover post over on Milliebot Reads. Check it out!
This post features pages and illustrations from the Atlas of Classic Tales by Claudia Bordin (illus.).

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This is my weekly post where I highlight beautiful books from my collection. We all judge book covers to some extent (don’t lie, you totally do!) I created this feature to showcase and admire the art and design elements of some of the books I own. If covers didn’t matter, publishers wouldn’t make so many wonderful editions!

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“The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais” (illus.), transl. by Jeremy Melloul

The first picture book I read this year gives me a story about a little wolf in a red cloak travelling through the wood to visit his grandmother.

What does that remind you of?

Genre:

Children’s fantasy

Pubbed:

June 2014

Quick overview:

The Little Red Wolf is a children’s picture book that’s inspired by Charles Perrault’s fairytale Little Red Riding Hood.

It was originally published in French but was translated to English by Jeremy Melloul. The English version was published in October 2017. (Goodreads)

My thoughts:

I didn’t know what I was getting into when I borrowed this book from the library, but I was delighted by what I read. I became aware of the book through booktube so when I saw it at the library, I grabbed it.

The Little Red Wolf gives us a Little Red Riding Hood story with a twist — it’s from the perspective of a wolf. I don’t believe that’s a spoiler since you can deduce that much from the cover. It’s a sweet, charming tale about a little wolf travelling through the forest to his grandmother’s home to bring her some food since she has lost all her teeth and can no longer hunt.

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