Six sisters suffer at the hands of a chauvinist king, before he gets his come-uppance from the seventh. This story introduces children to ideas about feminism and women's rights....
|Title||:||The Seventh Door|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Seventh Door Reviews
For all it tries to sell it as a feminist book I have to disagree. Carrots and Cream does indeed save her sisters, but in no great feet of courage. I suppose while her telling the King that she will no longer be his "good girl" can be marked as feminist it is also her denying the rule of a tyrannical king. Having said that it is not sexist either.That being said read it. It has a classic fairytale story line and some of the most beautiful illustrations.