A story about two sisters

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a story about two sisters

The Tale of Two Sisters (Ever After High, #0.7) by Shannon Hale

The story of two sisters, one selfish and beautiful, and one kind and ugly. It seemed rather predictable, but it was enjoyable anyways.


I truly loved what happened when the kind daughter had returned home after the well had made her attractive. Excited, she called to her mother to see what happened to her face. Her mother kissed her, and told her that she always looked the same to her.
Its wonderful! Her mother always saw her as beautiful, and not just because she was her mother. It was very sweet. A good bedtime story for a child, or for yourself.

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The Two Sisters is a story about one good and one bad sister and an evil witch. Its lesson: "one good turn deserves another" or "what goes around comes.
Shannon Hale

Creative Short Story about Two Sisters

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As today, we have 79 classic fairy tales. More to come soon O nce upon a time there were two sisters who were as like each other as two peas in a pod; but one was good, and the other was bad-tempered. Now their father had no work, so the girls began to think of going to service. S o she packed up a bundle, said good-bye, and started to find a place; but no one in the town wanted a girl, and she went farther afield into the country. And as she journeyed she came upon an oven in which a lot of loaves were baking.

Loooook what I am doing! Loooook if you dare! Are you crazy? Ha, I wanna see your excuses now when mom asks you! They have even given it a name!

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