by Diane Stanley
You may know the story of Rumpelstiltskin, but did you know, he even had a daughter? Itís a family fairy tale, now. What self-respecting millerís daughter would rather marry a greedy, cruel king than a personable little man who can spin hay into gold? But, thatís only the beginning. Years later, their daughter, Meredith, falls into the same straw pit her mother did, but she uses her compassion and wit to turn the kingdom around!
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