The Vine: July 6, 2012
Okay, Bunting, I've got a doozy for you here. When I was a kid (around the same time you were) Reader's Digest put out two thick volumes of fairy tales. "The World's Best Fairy Tales," I believe they were called. Light-blue hardcovers, hundreds of stories amongst the two volumes. I (foolishly) lent them out to a chick who promptly erased herself from my life, taking my beloved books with her. Amazon has Volume 2, eBay has Chapter One (at an exorbitant fee) but I know, nay, I FEEL one can get both volumes together at a price that won't put me into foreclosure.
Does anyone have any clues? These books meant SO much to me, and it breaks my heart that they're gone. It would be so awesome if someone could help me. They were published in 1977, if that helps in any way. And these weren't Disney-fied, which made them ever so much more rad.
Please help, only because I always wanted the Beast to stay a Beast….
Fairy Tale Non-Princess
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