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  • peggie marrero

    The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm this is a very special compilation of Brothers Grimm fairy tales complete with lovely vintage illustrations...

  • Caroline

    Publisher comment: "Taschen recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. We have many readers who have come of age with us and are now have their own families. These readers are interested in beautifully produced children’s books that take seriously a child’s exposure to stories and images with depth and historical meaning. We wanted The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm to embody our mission to create meaningful books that are timeless yet original, modern but classic.”

  • Annie Keasbey Allerdice

    "The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm is an astounding new volume from Taschen editor Noel Daniel bringing together the best illustrations from 130 years of The Brothers Grimm with 27 of the most beloved Grimm stories, incl. Cinderella, Snow White, The Little Red Riding Hood, Sleeping Beauty, amidst artwork by some of the most celebrated illustrators from Germany, Britain, Sweden, Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, the United States working between the 1820s and 1950s." -Maria Popova

  • Angela Hylland

    *The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm (This particularly new edition has fantastic illustrations!) Brain Pickings' 2011 Best Illustrated Children's and Picture Books Winner

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