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A thoroughly silly retelling of four of the more well-known classic fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm.

6000 Words (approx 20-25 minutes of reading).
ebook, 17 pages
Published May 22nd 2012 by D.M. Andrews

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Geoff (G. Robbins) (The noisy passionfruit)
This short book really had me laughing out load. The use of modern vernacular to describe the fairy tale characters was very funny indeed. For example, one princess was described as "a right little madam." Priceless.

Thoroughly recommended to like their humour straight between the eyes.
Karen (Kew)
I found this book to be very silly and very funny, it made me giggle several times.

It's a fun and silly spoof on some of the Brothers Grimm's fairy tales.
Tim
Tee hee!

Little Red Riding Hoodie - loved it! Nice twists on old stories.
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D.M. Andrews has been drawing maps, writing stories, and coming up with weird ideas since the age of twelve. Although fantasy features in most of the author's writing, he also has a keen passion for history (especially for his native land of England), genealogy, mythology and even political philosophy.
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