Published by Tundra Books on April 14th 2015
Snow White is on the run from an evil witch when she comes across some dwarfs in the forest. They agree to take her in and keep her safe if she will help them with their chores. She soon realizes she's taking on a lot more than she bargained for. 77 breakfasts to make, 77 lunches to pack (don't forget the juice boxes!), 77 pairs of pants to mend and a whole lot of dishes. Eventually Snow White decides to take her chances with the witch. There's a surprise ending... well, it may not be so surprising. This is a hilarious retelling of the classic tale, with bright, energetic illustrations featuring busy dwarfs, and the even busier Snow White.
*I received a copy of this from NetGalley for an honest opinion.
**As a mom of 4 daughters (3 my own, 1 step ), I LOVE reading children’s books. The books I read as a child are the reason why I am the reader I am today. I read the books I receive alone and with my daughters to get their feedback as well!
First off, lets take a moment to admire the illustrations on the front of the book, and inside. AMAZING art work. This is the type of artwork I love, because the style and the bright colors help keep my ADHD daughters attention when reading. These are the books I tend to go towards when looking for books in my home.
I laughed, SO much reading this book. Some of the illustrations of Snow Whites face, perfectly describe how I feel as a parent some days.
Snow White is trying to escape the evil witch, when she comes across 77 dwarfs. She soon learns that doing things for 77 people is really difficult. She goes in search of the witch, and the ending had me laughing like crazy. It was such a cute take on an old classic, and not only did I love it, my girls loved it.
I want to see more books with this sort of illustrations in it. It keeps everyone hooked, and the added hilarity of it made it that much better. It’s greatly enjoyable for both adults and kids.
I will be adding this beauty to my children’s collection when it comes out in April!