Fairy Tale Month: Rapunzel

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So, it’s our last week of Fairy Tale Month, and I’m going to just come out and admit it – I didn’t even have a chance to get the book for this week.
Between all the puking and the cleaning-up of puke, and oh yeah, more puking, it just didn’t happen this week.

Luckily, Tangled came to the rescue.
It’s not my favorite Disney movie, but I’m okay with it, which is saying quite a lot (for Disney).

To be completely honest, the mile-long hair kind of freaks me out. I preferred Rapunzel after her haircut.

And I find this seriously funny.

Right?

So, despite the lack of literature, we’ve been working on Rapunzel-themed projects and I’ll post them as soon as we finish…which will hopefully be tomorrow.

Meanwhile, here are a few versions of the book that I wished I’d read this week….

Rapunzel by Sarah Gibb
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Rapunzel by Rachel Isadora
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Rapunzel: Berry Fairy Tales (Strawberry Shortcake) – HELLO! We all know this would have been a hit around here. Bad me for not finding it in time.
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And finally, although this isn’t a picture book, I’d like to find this and see if it’s worth reading to my girls.
Letters from Rapunzel by Sarah Lewis Holmes
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I’ll be back soon to share our awesome Rapunzel projects.

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