The thrilling fairytale about Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

As a little girl Snow White loses both her parents. Left at the mercy of her evil stepmother, the Queen, she has to look after herself from an early age.

Her childhood is not filled with love, but she grows into a beautiful woman with a kind heart filled with strength. The more beautiful she gets the more the Queen dislikes her. One day, the Queen's magical mirror tells her Snow White is now the most beautiful one in the country. The Queen is furious! She calls her trusted Knight and orders him to take Snow White out to the forest to kill her. He is loyal to his Queen, but in the end not even he can face harming Snow White.

Snow White escapes into the treacherous forest and seeks shelter in a small house. No one answers the door, but she slips inside and sinks exhausted down to the floor and falls asleep. Soon she is not alone anymore. But who are they? Are they friends or enemies?

With this book we would like you to experience one of the best and most amazing fairytales in a new and engaging way. The book has beautiful, high quality illustrations. As the story evolves you participate in the story by interacting with the characters and the environment. Through the wind in the trees and the squeaking sounds of the animals lurking around, you feel the atmosphere of the treacherous forest. Our book stimulates more of your senses and reading the book becomes a complete experience.

Become Snow White's companion when she tries to escape from the evil Queen!

  
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Features

Here are some of the features of this book:

  • Languages:
    • Text languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++
    • Spoken languages: English, French, Spanish, Norwegian ++

  • Contents:
    • 30 pages with beautiful illustrations
    • Background music and sounds
    • Narration
    • Games and activities
    • ...and a lot more!

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Inspirational videomade by Ken Robinson.