Published by Penguin Books (29 Oct 2013).
Hardback 1st edition.
Based on the blog Fairy Tales for Twenty-Somethings.
From the publisher’s blurb:
Disney meets Lena Dunham in this illustrated humour book featuring your favourite fairy-tale characters dating and finding their way in 21st-century America
The Ugly Duckling still feels gross compared to everyone else, but now she’s got Instagram, and there’s this one filter that makes her look awesome. Cinderella swaps her glass slippers for Crocs. The Tortoise and the Hare Facebook stalk each other. Goldilocks goes gluten free. And Peter Pan finally has to grow up and get a job, or at least start paying rent.
Here are more than one hundred fairy tales, illustrated and re-imagined for today. Instead of fairy godmothers, there’s Siri. And rather than big bad wolves, there are creepy dudes on OkCupid. In our brave new world of social networking, YouTube, and texting, fairy tales can once again lead us to “happily ever after”—and have us laughing all the way.
Alice and her friends star in several of the one page scenes- the Cheshire Cat emails links to sites selling tail-enhancement pills, Dum and Dee are shwasted and the caterpillar has really changed…