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Perrault's classic tale is brought to vivid life through the exquisite illustrations of Marcellino. A Caldecott Honor winner and an ALA Notable Children's Book. Full color.
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“This picturebook provides a fitting showcase for Perrault’s artful tale of deceit and recourcefulness. Befitting a fairy tale, the artwork inside is suffused with a golden light that proclaims the story to be from a sunnier, more dreamlike world.”—Booklist, Starred Review
“Large and strikingly original illustrations embellish a straight-forward retelling of the famous story. . . . The pictures are filled with sly details . . . A noteworthy edition . . . splendid for reading aloud.”—The Horn Book, Starred Review
“The artist’s luxurious and skillfully designed paintings startle in their complexity and beauty. . . . This version of Perrault’s classic story is brilliantly conceived and executed.”—Publishers Weekly, Boxed Review