!!> Read ➸ East of the Sun & West of the Moon ➻ Author Mercer Mayer – Diclofenac16.us

East of the Sun & West of the Moon Mayer S Telling Is An Interweaving Of Plot Elements From The Original Scandinavian Fairy Tale With Inventions Of His Own And Details From The Frog Prince The Spellbound Frog Is Whisked Off To The Trolls Castle And The Ungrateful Lass Loses Her Chance To Marry A Handsome Prince Until She Creates A Happy Ending, Having Atoned For Her Mistake Publishers Weekly Full Color.

!!> Read ➸ East of the Sun & West of the Moon  ➻ Author Mercer Mayer – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 46 pages
  • East of the Sun & West of the Moon
  • Mercer Mayer
  • English
  • 11 October 2018
  • 0689711131

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➸ East of the Sun & West of the Moon ➻ Author Mercer Mayer – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    This is one of my all time favorite books, principally because of the art the story is good, though albeit quirky This was a cherished book from my childhood, and the art stuck with me over the years, haunting me I ve been searching in physical bookstores for a copy for years, but finally had to resort to finding it online Thank goodness for the Internet I recently tracked down a used copy for about 30 I ve just finished rereading it for the first time in a couple of decades, and I can r This is one of my all time favorite books, principally because of the art the story is good, though albeit quirky This was a cherished book from my childhood, and the art stuck with me over the years, haunting me I ve been searching in physical bookstores for a copy for years, but finally had to resort to finding it online Thank goodness f...


  2. says:

    I can t tell for certain whether I had this book as a child The illustrations seemed awfully familiar, but the story itself, which is substantially different from the standard East of the Sun, does not, although it incorporates a number of elements from stories ...


  3. says:

    I picture the prince as this pompous man who s full of himself But I really love this tale, regardless There s just something mystical and wonderful to it.


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I found this at a local bookshop What a find I d read East years ago, after my sister recommended it, which is the East of the Sun West of the Moon fairy tale also SunMoon, Ice and Snow I love the fairy tale, and was so excited to find it This cover looks like a Michelangelo painting, with the finger pointing Once in a land not too far from here and in a time not too long ago there loved a farmer and his wife Idl that it s not too far away, and not too long ago, because mo I found this at a local bookshop What a find I d read East years ago, after my sister recommended it, which is the East of the Sun West of the Moon fairy tale also SunMoon, Ice and Snow I love the fairy tale, and was so excited to find it This cover looks like a Michelangelo painting, with the finger pointing Once in a land not too far from here and in a time not too long ago there loved a farmer and his wife Idl that it s not too far away, and not too long ago, because most fairy tales are long ago and far away...


  5. says:

    The last traditional literature I have read is East of the Sun West of the Moon I believe that this story is a folktale I also found that this book can be a fairytale, too Today, folk tales have already taken a written form A fair tale, on the other hand, also takes its roots from oral tradition, but involve magical creatures such as dragons, ogres, witches, and unicorns While a folk tale derives its story from real life phenomena, fairytales are made up Link The last traditional literature I have read is East of the Sun West of the Moon I believe that this story is a folktale I also found that this book can be a fairytale, too Today, folk tales have already taken a written form A fair tale, on the other hand, also takes its roots from oral tradition, but involve magical creatures such as dragons, ogres, witches, and unicorns While a folk tale derives its story from real life phenomena, fairytales are made up Link I love this book so much At the time I open the book, the illustrations grab my attention immediately It sparks my imagination, and I can not stop thinking about traveling in the magical world with the beautiful girl I love the story The girl is so brave and perseve...


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I had read East by Edith Pattou when I was in middle school, so the story was nothing new And I read Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jennifer Day George years later They re both YA novels that have a bit of romance to them Each version had things that I didn t like about it I could tell by the cover this was going to be like Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow in that the wind helps her on her journey, which didn t happen in East I wasn t as crazy about that part It s sad that this book was presented I had read East by Edith Pattou when I was in middle school, so the story was nothing new And I read Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow by Jennifer Day George years later They re both YA novels that have a bit of romance to them Each version had things that I didn t like about it I could tell by the cov...


  7. says:

    A different take on the East of the Sun, West of the Moon tale in which the snooty girl undergoes quite the transformation This is no Snow White or Cinderella, starting off all good and perfect This girl has her nose in the air and needs to learn a lesson in Real Life which she does, and then shows her true colors of willing to lean in and put her effort in for the long h...


  8. says:

    Pretty disappointed by how different this is Not my favorite version of my favorite fairytale.


  9. says:

    My absolute favorite children s book The artwork is divine and the story is inspirational


  10. says:

    This was how I first discovered this story, this amazing picture book The illustrations are what drew me to it, but the story was it s own reward Since first reading this, I have read countless adaptations, but this still remains one of my favorites.

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