Beauty and the BeastA man came to a strange palace. He saw nobody but, before he left, he picked a rose for Beauty, his youngest daughter. Then he saw a terrible, angry beast. The Beast wanted one of the man's daughters to come and live with him. If not, the man must die. Beauty went to live with the Beast. He wanted to marry her, but she could not love him. Beauty leaves him, but she dreams that he is dying. At last she understands that kindness is more important than a beautiful face. Snow White and the Seven DwarfsSnow White's stepmother, the Queen, was jealous. Her magic mirror said that Snow White was more beautiful than the Queen. She told a huntsman to kill the girl, but he couldn't do it. Snow White went to live with seven dwarfs. But the Queen tried to kill her with a tight ribbon, a poisoned comb, and a poisoned apple. Show White looked as if she was only asleep, so the dwarfs put her in a glass box. A Prince fell in love with her but how did he save her?
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