Once there were three sisters who lived together in a cottage in the woods. The oldest sister was no different from other people. She had just one eye, right in the middle of her forehead. The middle sister was also quite ordinary. She had one eye on her forehead, and one on each side of her face. But the youngest sister was different. Her name was Two-Eyes, and that’s just what she had. In this playful retelling of a tale from the Brothers Grimm, a young lady with cruel sisters gets help from an old woman, a handsome knight, and some magical verses - and in the end finds out she is not so alone as she believed.
- Full-color illustrations - Rated “A” by Entertainment Weekly - 2007 New York Public Library’s “100 Titles for Reading and Sharing”