Congratulations to our winner, Ruth C.!
Thanks to everyone who entered.
You can enter to win a hardcover copy of A Frozen Heart, plus the Fairy Tale 2.0 prizepack, which includes a tank, notepad, cosmetic pouch, & pillow! Samples and prizing are provided by Disney-Hyperion. Giveaway open to US addresses only.
A Frozen Heart is a retelling of Disney’s Frozen. It works really well as a companion to the movie for older fans, offering deeper insight into the characters of Anna and Hans. You can read my review here. As always, there’s a spoiler alert, but the novel stays true to the plot of the movie, so there’s not much I could spoil anyway!
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Elizabeth Rudnick has written over thirty books, including the original novel Tweet Heart and tie-ins such as Frankenweenie: A Novel; Oz: The Great and Powerful; and the best-selling junior novel based on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest. She lives on Cape Cod with her husband and two lovable mutts, Jack and Ginger.
Fairy Tale 2.0
Reviews for the other two books in this campaign will be coming in the next few weeks. Here’s an overview:
A Whole New World
by Liz Braswell
What if Aladdin had never found the lamp? This first book in the A Twisted Tale line will explore a dark and daring version of Disney’s Aladdin. When Jafar steals the Genie’s lamp, he uses his first two wishes to become sultan and the most powerful sorcerer in the world. Agrabah lives in fear, waiting for his third and final wish. To stop the power-mad ruler, Aladdin and the deposed princess Jasmine must unite the people of Agrabah in rebellion. But soon their fight for freedom threatens to tear the kingdom apart in a costly civil war. What happens next? A Street Rat becomes a leader. A princess becomes a revolutionary. And readers will never look at the story of Aladdin in the same way again.
Once Upon a Time: Red’s Untold Tale
by Wendy Toliver
Red is 16 and lives with Granny in a cottage in the village, where boarding up the house and hiding during Wolfstime is a means of survival. Red help’s Granny with Granny’s baked good business, catering as well as door-to-door sales. Red has a constant internal battle between her wild side and her strict, overprotective upbringing, and the issue of “control” as she discovers she has a hot temper when the “mean girls” push her too far. (“When we learn to control it, we needn’t fear it,” Rumpelstiltskin says in the series.) She has flashbacks to her 13th year when she received her cloak and the nickname “Red.” She is plagued by nightmares that she doesn’t understand, but the Once Upon a Time fans will recognize them as her wolf side coming out. Red balances the difficult times with Granny at home and the girls at school with an emerging and satisfying romance with Peter.