Twice Upon a Time: Sleeping Beauty

It’s not easy being Princess Rose. Especially when a fairy curses you so that you have to avoid all sharp objects… and then you end up pricking your finger anyway, causing you to snooze for a hundred years! And it’s not easy being the Prince. Especially when your mother has ogre blood and tends to chow down at the most unfortunate moments! A walk in the woods would help, you think. Until you find a certain hidden castle… and a certain sleeping princess. Happily ever after? Not until the prince helps the princess awaken, and brings her home to Mother!

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    Wendy Mass won an ALA Family Book Award for A Mango-Shaped Space.

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