Princess of the Midnight Ball (Twelve Dancing Princesses)

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Folklore helps to define how a culture thinks and reacts, Fairy tales are an important part of that. The Devil makes a sawhorse for the little boy to bleed to death on (seriously!) and then goes for a walk, telling the girl to get her brother situated on the sawhorse before he returned. Corny comments to Kaye that, "I think we haven't seen much so far that is part of Faery and isn't dangerous" (174).

Pages: 288

Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens (January 8, 2008)

ISBN: 1599903229

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