Aware of the warning by her parents, Father Frost and Mother Spring, the Snow Princess sets off to see the world without any intention of every falling in love, but after meeting a kind and handsome shepherd, the princess's frigid heart yields to the excitement of her first love.
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A beautiful retelling of the classic Russian folktale with lavish full-color oil paintings. When the Snow Princess sets off to see the world, Father Frost and Mother Spring warn her never to fall in love, lest she lose her immortality. She journeys alone through many lands, keeping her heart cold, but finds herself drawn to a kind and handsome young shepherd named Sergei. The Snow Princess begins to fall in love with him, but her parents? warning haunts her dreams, and she must finally decide her own fate in the chaos of a powerful snowstorm that threatens Sergei?s life. Inspired by a Russian ballet and illustrated with Ruth Sanderson?s lush oil paintings, this original fairy tale will charm readers of all ages.About the Author:
Ruth Sanderson is a gifted author and illustrator who has received numerous honors for such books as Cinderella, The Golden Mare, the Firebird, and the Magic Ring, The Crystal Mountain, Tapestries, Rose Red and Snow White, Papa Gatto, The Nativity, The Enchanted Wood, and The Twelve Dancing Princesses. She lives with her family in Ware, Massachusetts.
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