We absolutely adore these reinvented classic fairy tales from Pavilion.
The newest addition to this group is a highly stylish 1950s (and 2950s) interpretation of ‘Sleeping Beauty‘.
Retold in a contemporary style, these updated mid-century versions of our well-loved fairy tales are bound to be a complete winner with a new audience of readers everywhere.
Complete with an injection of David Roberts characterisation and stylish illustration, there’s nothing we don’t love about this feisty, science-fiction obsessed heroine.
A space-loving, strong-minded, 1950s female with a passion for robots and all things scientific.
Her sixteenth birthday arrives and following a fall out with a disgruntled neighbour, she is doomed to prick her finger and sleep for 1000 years.
We’re thoroughly loving the strong portrayals of women in these re-imagined fairy tales and the inclusion of diverse characters that David Roberts incorporates into his storytelling for a 21st century audience.
With a glamorous Art Deco inspired Cinderella and the retro charm of a 1970s Rapunzel to add to this discerning list, there’s a contemporary twist to be enjoyed by everyone, connecting us to both the past and the future.