I liked this book because the authors chose 15 fairy tales and each of them wrote a poem based on that tale. The authors chose to write from different perspectives. Instead of hearing from Jack in "Jack and the Beanstalk", we heard from the giant's wife. In the poems about the "Three Billy Goat's Gruff", the troll under the bridge tells how he will eat them. There are also poetry versions of "Snow White", "Rumplestiltskin", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" (I loved this one), and "The Princess and the Pea".
If you are a fairy tale lover, here are some more books you might want to try:
Rump by Liesl Shurtliff
The Real Boy by Anne Ursu (This is the author of Breadcrumbs...it doesn't come out until September but put it on your to-read list...I've already ordered it!)
The Wells Bequest by Polly Schulman
Jinx by Sage Blackwood
The Hero's Guide to Saving your Kingdom by Christopher Healy (I'm reading this one now...look for a review soon!)
Do you have any favorite books based on fairy tales? Let me know in the comments!