Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains - Snow White French edition


Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

"Mirror, mirror on the wall? Who is the bravest of them all?"


A small word can tell a really big, new story: “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” by Fairy Tales Retold is about courage, making your own decisions – and diversity in every respect. Painted in beautiful images that lovingly highlight the special features of the characters.

  • Brave instead of just beautiful: Snow White overcomes her fears and takes her fate into her own hands!
  • Colorful mix: boys, girls and from all over the world - the seven dwarves show diversity
  • Cleaning help wanted: Because Snow White doesn't show her gratitude for cooking and cleaning up for the dwarves' room and board, the dwarf household stays put
  • Authentically accompanied: Loving illustrations give the individual characters a face and shape, and not in a Disney style, but in a realistic and sympathetic way
  • Tragic development: The queen loses the battle against her evil thoughts
  • Topics packaged in a child-friendly way: The book is suitable for discussing topics such as fear, overcoming fear, envy or jealousy, revenge, forgiveness and diversity with children.

    Included in each order
    • A 56-page, hardcover, full-color copy of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
    • Bookmark with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.


    We love it because


    Encouraging our daughter is an important part of raising her to be a confident and courageous young woman. This retelling of old classic fairy tales removes the homogeneous characters and patriarchal messages and replaces them with exciting adventures and inspiring characters. Girls no longer have to wait for a hero to save them, but can find the most unlikely heroes within themselves.

    About the Publisher / Author / Illustrator

    Not long ago, in a city you've probably heard of and maybe even been to, you noticed a soon-to-be middle-aged bald father lying in bed reading bedtime stories to his young daughter , something strange. It seemed that all the princesses in these fairy tales needed to be saved and that their most important quality was their beauty.

    He didn't like that at all. He didn't want his daughter to grow up in a world like that. So as he read, he started changing little words here and there. Suddenly a "beautiful" princess became a "brave" one, and he saw the sparkle in his daughter's eyes!

    This is where the idea for Fairy Tales Retold came from, with a simple but effective premise:

    Changing one word can change everything!



    Claudia Piras, a brave artist from Sardinia, created the illustrations for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.