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Here is my original post and a very long list of books. Thanks to everyone. I 
appreciate all your help. I am embarrassed to say, had I searched for fairy tales 
instead of fairytales, I probably would have come up with this on my own.Thanks to 
Kathy Spielman
Yorba Linda Middle school

I am looking for twisted fairytales. I've checked lists like 
I would appreciate any titles, or any suggestions where I can search for titles. 
Thanks for your help. 

Here is the hit:
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Judy Freeman's List of 100+ Favorite Fractured Fairy Tales, Parodies, and
Satires. Compiled from the "Books Kids Will Sit Still For" series, including
Books Kids Will Sit Still For (Libraries Unlimited, 1990;, More
Books Kids Will Sit Still For (1995), and Books Kids Will Sit Still For 3

JUDY FREEMAN ( is a well-known consultant and writer
on all aspects of children's literature, storytelling, booktalking, and
school librarianship. A former school librarian, she gives seminars on
children's literature throughout the world for teachers, librarians, and
parents, and is a national presenter for BER (Bureau of Education and
Research; Judy writes the "Wild About Books" children's book
review column for School Library Media Activities Monthly and is a columnist
for NoveList.

I also received help from many more that gave links to their opacs. Thank you!! 

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