Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Story ~ Bedtime Stories for KidsOnce upon a time there lived a lovely princess with fair skin and blue eyes. She was so fair that she was named Snow White. Her mother died when Snow White was a baby and her father married again. This queen was very pretty but she was also very cruel. Mirror on the wall! Who is the fairest of them all?
The story with pictures.
This Classic Tale is reimagined with a modern twist on what it means to be "Fair. New MeToo version! Inspire Today's Girls. Once upon a time, a princess named Snow White lived in a castle with her father, the King, and her stepmother, the Queen. Her father had always said to his daughter that she must be fair to everyone at court. They need the ruler to make a fair decision.
Long ago, in a faraway place, there lived a lovely princess named Snow White. Her hair was black as coal, her lips red as rose, and her skin as white as snow. Snow White's stepmother, the Queen, was very cruel. She hated anyone who was more beautiful than she. The Queen treated Snow White like a servant. Snow White never complained. She was obedient and hard-working, but she dreamed of a handsome prince who would take her away to his castle.
This is the Snow White Short Story. Once upon a time, there was a big and beautiful kingdom in which lived a king and a queen. They had a gorgeous daughter with black hair and fair skin and her name was Snow White. With the years, the princess grew up becoming more and more beautiful and kind. But, sadly her mother died and went to heaven. After a while, the king had married to the new queen, who turned out to be an evil witch. Also, read Beauty And The Beast.
But this queen died; and the king soon married another wife, who was very beautiful, but so proud that she could not bear to think that any one could be more beautiful than her. She had a magical looking-glass, to which she used to go and gaze upon herself in it, and say—. Then the glass one day answered queen, when she went to consult it as usual—. Then poor Snow-White wandered along through the wood in great fear; and the wild beasts roared around, but none did her any harm. In the evening she came to a little cottage, and went in there to rest, for her weary feet would carry her no further. Everything was spruce and neat in the cottage: on the table was spread a white cloth, and there were seven little plates with seven little loaves and seven little glasses with wine in them; and knives and forks laid in order, and by the wall stood seven little beds.