Young readers who always wondered how the Three Pigs got rid of that wolf or who doubted the story of Rapunzel and her hair will love this unique take on those standard classics. This book will reveal the surprisingly true facts about the tales of The Three Pigs, Chicken Little and Rapunzel. Facts never before exposed will entertain and amaze! Young readers (7 - 10) will be enthralled.
Albert Lorenz, an award winning illustrator/author, has published over ten books. Some of his best known titles are Metropolis Ten Cities Ten Centuries, 1996; House, 1998; Buried Blueprints - Maps and Sketches of Lost Worlds, 1999; Jack and the Beanstalk, 2004; A Journey to Cahokia, 2005; The Trojan Horse, 2007; and The Exceptionally Extraordinarily Ordinary First Day of School, 2010; all published by Harry N. Abrams. Now in collaboration with his wife, Maureen Lorenz, he has embarked on a humorous and eccentric retelling of some of the best-known children's fairy tales. His take on these stories is both atypical and amusing.