Rumplestiltskin's Daughter

Written by Diane Stanley • Illustrated by Diane Stanley

Reviewed by Margot (age 7)

Rumplestiltskinís Daughter, written and illustrated by Diane Stanley

Rumplestiltskinís Daughter is a fractured fairy tale written and illustrated by Diane Stanley. In the beginning, Meredith has to spin gold for the king. Rumplestiltskin spins the gold for her. Meredith and Rumplestiltskin get married and have a daughter. The kingís guards take her to the palace to spin gold. She makes a plan to help the poor people of the kingdom and make the king a nice person. Her plan works and she become the prime minister of the kingdom.

I liked this book because I liked the pictures. I like the curls on Rumplestiltskinís daughterís hair. I also like her because she was pretty. She helped the king be nice to the poor people in the country. She also looked like my friend Eve.

I would recommend this book to people who like fairy tales. Itís a good fairy tale because it has magic. Also it will make people laugh because it has magic.

Margot is a student in Book Club 2