Wilhelm K. Grimm


WILHELM GRIMM (1786–1859) was a German author, linguist, and folklorist who, along with his older brother, Jakob, published Children’s and Household Tales in 1812. Popularly known as Grimms’ Fairy Tales, this collection was continually revised by the brothers and ultimately included 210 folk tales, among them many that have become famous around the world.

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Dear Mili

Wilhelm Grimm, illustrated by Maurice Sendak
Square Fish

A New York Times bestseller, this long-lost Grimm fairy tale illustrated by Maurice Sendak is available again

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The Juniper Tree

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm; Translated by Lore Segal with four tales translated by Randall Jarrell; Illustrated by Maurice Sendak
Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Back in Print!   Originally published as a two-volume set forty years ago, The Juniper Tree is distinguished first by the selection of stories. Lore Segal...

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Snow-White and the Seven Dwarfs

Written by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm; Pictures by Nancy Ekholm Burkert; Translated by Randall Jarrell
Square Fish

Retells the tale of the beautiful princess whose lips were red as blood, skin was white as snow, and hair was as black as ebony.

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