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0316083621 03 02 0316083623 03 9780316083621 15 9780316083621 14 09780316083621 01 BB B221 Squat Bears <b202>01</b202> <b203>Beauty and the Squat Bears</b203> 15 9780316083621 A09 Emile Bravo Bravo, Emile Emile Bravo 01 eng 48 JUV008000 10 JUV012040 02 11 03 K 04 17 18 03 5 04 99 01
When the queen's magic mirror declares that Snow White is the fairest in the land, Snow flees the kingdom and finds herself at the doorstep of the seven squat bears' cabin! But the squat bears aren't interested in harboring fugitive princesses. The best place for a beautiful princess is with a prince!
Setting off to find a prince, the squat bears quickly learn that the lives of royalty are far more trying than they seem! One prince has lived as a bird for seven years thanks to a sorceress's curse. One prince is heartbroken after learning that the woman of his dreams is actually a cinder-covered housemaid. One prince was transformed into a hideous beast and scares every princess who comes near. So which one will walk away with Snow White on his arm?

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Tales -- Parodies, imitations, etc.
Princesses -- Juvenile fiction.
Graphic novels.
Bears -- Fiction.
Princesses -- Fiction.
Fairy tales.
Bears -- Fiction. -- sears
Princesses -- Fiction. -- sears
Fairy tales. -- sears