Book Review: Tales of Fearless Girls

Forgotten Fairy Tales by Isabel Otter

Forgotten Fairy Tales: Fearless Girls Around the World
by Isabel Otter, Ana Sender (Illustrations)

This collection of fairy tales features stories from all over the globe. Each story has a fearless woman or girl who dives into adventure with courage and resourcefulness. The stories have a wide range of settings in different cultures, including Germany, Mexico, Siberia, Japan, Fiji, Nigeria, and India. Some of the tales include magical beings like elves and sorcerers, and some have magic gods and giants.

I loved how these strong women used their wits to conquer every obstacle! There are so many wonderful positive messages in this book. The heroines have to prove their worth and stand on their own two feet. They meet every challenge with a steadfast spirit. This book is so inspiring!

The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous with a whimsical style! I loved all the bright colors and imaginative scenery. The artwork is full of energy and magic!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions expressed here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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