BEAUTY AND THE BEAST BOOK
Beauty and the Beast is a fairy tale written by French novelist Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Collection) and by Andrew Lang in the Blue Fairy Book of his Fairy Book series in , to produce the version(s) most commonly retold. Beauty and the Beast (French: La Belle et la Bete) is a traditional fairy tale (type C -- search for a lost husband -- in the Aarne-Thompson classification). Beauty and the Beast can refer to the traditional fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast" (French: La Belle et la Bête) or a genre theme where a beautiful and well-liked individual falls in love and transforms a physically or emotionally scarred person. Most Read This Week Tagged.
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Beauty and the Beast book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Beauty and the Beast; tale as old as time, song as old as rhy. A trailer for the upcoming live-action version of Beauty and the Beast recently debuted, and the movie — starring Emma Watson as Belle. This is the classic fairy tale of Beauty and the Beast Story. Beauty and the Beast “Your nose is always in a book," her two older sisters said. They laughed.
At last, the father told his girls what the Beast had said. Or else, you will die there. I do not have much more time to live. You are young. You must not do this for me!
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But Beauty would not change her mind. And so two days later, the father took Beauty to the castle where the Beast lived. And that means he is free to go. That is what you said. At the Beast's palace, the days were long. There was no one for Beauty to talk to, and no books to read. Every night at nine, the Beast would come for dinner.
She would say nothing. After all, it is not easy to be a prisoner, even if you are at a palace. The Beast would only grunt.
Then one time at dinner the Beast made a little joke, and she smiled. Another time, he said something clever, and she looked him in the eye.
After that, he would ask her about her day, and she would tell him. The days were long and there was no one for Beauty to talk to. One day, Beauty came to a part of the palace she had not seen before.
Inside the room were shelves of books from the floor to the ceiling. There was a piano, and a cabinet of fine dresses just her size.
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Now there was much to talk about at dinner! The Beast was glad that Beauty found the room and liked her surprise. Will you marry me? Beauty did not know what to say. But please understand.
I don't want you to marry you. Many times, the Beast asked her the same question. And each time Beauty shook her head and said the same thing. I miss him so much! I don't want to marry you. The next night, the Beast gave Beauty two magical gifts - a mirror and a ring. When you are ready to come back, turn the ring on your finger three times. Ask the mirror to bring you back here. But please do not be gone for more than one week.
For I will die of grief! Beauty was glad to agree. When she got back to her room, she looked in the magic mirror.
She asked the mirror to take her to him. And there he was in bed right before her. Yet he looked so sick, it was as if he may die!
Or I will die of grief! Such joy her father felt when he looked up and saw Beauty! For much of what made him sick was knowing that Beauty was stuck in the palace, all because of him. She told him that things were not quite so bad at the Beast's palace.
She had all the books she could want to read. She had music to play, and many fine dresses to wear. He can be good to talk to. Beauty looked around.
And the middle sister had married a man who was very clever. But he used his sharp wit to hurt everyone around him, and most of all his wife. When the sisters came to the house and saw Beauty dressed so well and talking about how kind and good the Beast was to her, they burned with anger.
How did he get stuck in the Labyrinth? How does he know her?
Does he really love her? Will she have to eventually go back, having eaten a fruit of the Underground?
Is the Labyrinth part of a larger, independently functioning world like Narnia, a small parasite realm like Faerie in The Wee Free Men , or a hidden part of our own world like Camp Half-Blood or Hogwarts?
All these important questions and more will…not be answered in the book or any other canon materials. In The Force Awakens , Alan Dean Foster spends more time on Finn, Poe, and blowing stuff up than on the Skywalker-Solo clan and Rey, who gets drawn into their dysfunction—even though the Skywalker-Solo dysfunction is what drives the plot.
How did the First Order come about? Why are Han and Leia separated? What is the nature of his interest in Rey? As for Rey, what drives her emotionally? If you're a fan of Beauty and the Beast I mean, who isn't?
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Julie from Love love love Loved every page of it! Once I started, I didn't want to put it down. This book tied in great with the movie but was also a great story on its own. All Beauty and The Beast fans should read this. Rated 5 out of 5 by Britie from Got it for my daughter My daughter loves Disney princess' so it was bought for me to read to her Such a great book Side note: Rated 4 out of 5 by Rissa from Dazzling, compliments the movie really well I got this book because I loved Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast.
It starts out a little slow, but picks up after a few chapters. It's very well written with the exception of a few typos and the characters were consistent with their movie counterparts.
Lost in a Book fits nicely within the larger story, between the parts where Beast gives Belle the library and where they have their dance. I really enjoyed seeing Belle and Beast's friendship grow, but it killed me to see Belle allow herself to get sucked into a world that was so clearly fabricated.
I also liked the personifications of Love and Death and it was interesting how they each influenced Belle's fate. A dazzling read!
This book was soooo goood!! Perfect for a Beauty and the Beast fan like me. I love side-stories about Beauty and the Beast. So much more took place during that long winter at the Beast's castle. Apart from being a great addition to all of the stories related to Beauty and the Beast, this story has many great messages to take away and learn from as well.
The one reminder I walked away with, is that the most rewarding life we can have is the one we get to live. I've always been a bookworm, and books are my escape from the world, just like they are for many others. But as this book points out, there is a difference between seeking a moment of rest or adventure in a book, and settling for living vicariously through the lives and tales of others.
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Life is worth living and love is worth enduring hardship for. What great lessons- and what a great book! It is entertaining and a fun read if you liked The Beauty and the Beast. I would recommend this book for teens even if the movie is suitable for children. Rated 5 out of 5 by Amanda from Excellent Addition to the Movie This is a fast read, and expands on the plot from the live action movie some. I enjoined the added story a lot.
The concept was quite cool, and one could say that it also fills in the plot hole of Belle falling in love with Beast so fast even. It was certainly much better written than I was expecting. And though it was a very fast and easy read it was also enjoyable. If you're a fan of Beauty and the Beast you will definitely enjoy this book. When i first read a couple pages i wasn't sure if i would like it.
But this was a great read.
I definitely recommend you to read it. Especially if you like disney and beauty and the beast. But as someone who really enjoys Beauty and the Beast, I gave in and bought it.
I actually didn't expect to love it as much as I did. I was hooked right from the beginning. The author of this book created such a magical world, I got lost in the book see what I did there.
There was never a dull moment, and the relationship between Belle and everyone in the palace, I found to be adorable! Recommend this book to kids, and adults too! You will not be let down. The plot dragged a little but the spin gave a new perspective on such a classic story, Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Samantha from It's alright Cute but there was no need for it to be Beauty and the Beast setting and characters.
It really didn't play much of a role. There were parts of the plot that I felt dragged out longer than needed. Overall a nice spin that gives new perspective of the classic Beauty and the Beast story Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Melanie from An added spin on a classic tale It was interesting seeing the characters we grew up with having different adventures than those originally portrayed. The plot did kind of drag around the middle and the ending wrapped everything up very nicely Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Melvin from perfect gift!
She loves it! It was simply amazing. Rated 5 out of 5 by Melissa from Such an amazing book! I couldn't put it down, it was great! Rated 4 out of 5 by Michelle from I truly enjoyed I bought the book read it and was glad to see that it somewhat made it to the Live Action movie too.For much of what made him sick was knowing that Beauty was stuck in the palace, all because of him.
Firefox On the Tools menu top left of browser , click Options. In this version, Beauty has 3 brot I'm beginning to wonder "the evil" in the fairy tales are really evil?
I'm preemptively giving this book 5 stars just because Beauty and the Beast has been the inspiration for so many fantastic retellings, like the beloved A Court of Thorns and Roses. Lost In A Book.
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