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No matter our complaints, these stories stay with us. The new generation has grown up with these stories, too, and is now seeing them revived in young adult retellings that are many times modernized or futurized. Cinder is a cyborg and a second-class citizen, and when she falls for Prince Kai, trouble ensues.
If you haven't, you may be surprised. They retell the traditional tales in a way that relates the colorful plots and loveable characters of the past to today's much different world. Whether the fairy tale has a moral or is just a great story, the retelling of a childhood favorite in a modern day context definitely helps us to imagine old familiar stories in a whole new way.
Think you know how fairy tales end? Here are some great reads that will challenge what you know! Each book has been specially selected for its unique take on your favourite fairy tales.
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This book is a retelling of the tale of twelve princesses who wear out their shoes dancing every night, and of Galen, a former soldier now working in the king's gardens, who follows them in hopes of breaking the curse. Once by Cameron Dokey. Story collection: in "Before Midnight," Cendrillon tests her father's will by leaving the grounds for a royal ball; in "Golden," Rapunzel, born bald, must break an enchantment to free her heart; and in "Wild Orchid," Mulan joins the army disguised as a boy.
The Tooth Fairy is a minor character and villainess who debuts in the episode " The Dignity of Teeth ". She is responsible for collecting teeth from people all around the world, once they fall out, and leaves money under their pillow, corresponding to the popular myth of "The Tooth Fairy". She is voiced by Khary Payton.