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The Brave Little Tailor: A Grimm and Gross Retelling
The Brave Little Tailor: A Grimm and Gross Retelling
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Michael Dahl Presents

The Brave Little Tailor: A Grimm and Gross Retelling

by J.E. Bright
Illustrated by Timothy Banks

A jar of jam and a bunch of flies start off this not-quite-normal adventure. A young tailor named Abraham Spoke swats seven of the flies with one smack of his belt. He's so impressed by his own bravery that he sews the words "SEVEN IN ONE STROKE" on his belt. As Abe travels the world, everyone who reads those words assumes the little guy is strong and powerful. Which can be dangerous when giants and clever kings challenge Abe to prove his might! This fractured retelling of a The Valiant Little Tailor, a lesser-known tale from the Brothers Grimm, will make readers giggle, groan, and gasp with delight. Especially when they read about how Abe faces his biggest problem because he mumbles in his sleep!

 
ISBN978-1-4965-7319-3
6-Pack ISBN978-1-4965-7338-4
Lexile Level510L
GenreFairy Tales & Fables
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
SubjectSpooky Stories
Page Count64
Copyright2019
SeriesMichael Dahl Presents: Grimm and Gross
Paperback
Price
$4.95
 


6-Pack
Paperback
Price
$29.70
* Available on 8/1/2018

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J.E. Bright

J.E. Bright

J.E. Bright is the author of many novels, novelizations, and novelty books for children and young adults. He lives in a sunny apartment in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, with his difficult but soft cat, Mabel, and his sweet kitten, Bernard.

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