A Fairy TaleBook - 2005
A retelling of the German folktale follows a beautiful girl with long golden hair named Rapunzel who is kept imprisoned in a lonely tower by a witch until a prince, enchanted by Rapunzel's lovely singing voice, sets her free. "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair " calls the witch to the beautiful girl imprisoned in her tower, and Rapunzel lowers her long, golden braid for the witch to climb. One day they are watched by a prince who has heard Rapunzel's lovely voice singing out across the countryside. Enchanted by it, he decides to try calling to her, too. But when Rapunzel lets down her hair for the prince, it leads to grave danger and deep tragedy that only true love can overcome. DorothC)e Duntze's elegant, imaginative illustrations capture all the wonder and romance of this beloved Grimm tale.
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