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Forgotten Fairy Tales of Brave and Brilliant Girls

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Once known, now largely forgotten, these empowering fairy tales have been brought together to inspire a new generation of readers. Discover heroines who outwit giants, fight evil, awaken sleeping princes and, of course, live happily ever after. With a foreword by Kate Pankhurst, author of Fantastically Great Women who Changed the World.

Forgotten Fairy Tales of Brave and Brilliant Girls Reviews | Toppsta

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