Once again, it’s not one that I read to my kids (they’re too young for it), but I reread it to be able to participate in the discussion in the Facebook group. Although I didn’t actually participate in the discussion at all, as most of it took place when I was on vacation and not spending time on Facebook. 🙂
Jessica (Quirky Bookworm) shared in the Facebook group that there is a new retelling of Shahrazad’s story, called The Wrath and the Dawn, and I’ve already requested it from the library. I did like how Fletcher made me think about what it would really have been like in that situation for everyone, and am curious to read Ahdieh’s interpretation.
If you read Shadow Spinner, either for yourself, or with your family, what did you think of it? Were you familiar with Shahrazad’s story, and did that impact your feelings about this reinterpretation?
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