Orion Early Readers #130: Sleeping Beauty

Deep in a forest of thorns lies a beautiful princess, cast into an enchanted sleep by the wicked seventh fairy. Sleeping Beauty has been cursed to sleep for a hundred years. Can the spell be broken? A timeless fairy tale retold with wit and charm for a delightful new Orion literacy series. Perfect for early readers, this magical tale features colour artwork throughout, and is written by Sally Gardner, the Nestlé Gold Award-winning author of I, Coriander.

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  • sleeping beauty has always been a popular tale, especially after it was disneyfied but it’s best form is still in written words

    6 March 2013

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    this book is rubbish they wont let le see

    18 March 2012

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  • Awards

    Sally Gardner won the Smarties Prize for I, Coriander, and the Carnegie Medal and Costa Children’s Book of the Year for Maggot Moon.

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