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My grandchildren really enjoyed the book and the ability to control the adventures. However, in several of the adventures, the main character, Rosie, ends up dead. She is squashed by heavy items thrown by one of the three little pigs, walking down a tunnel towards a light, with the words, “… and so you’re dead, starting today”, eaten by wolves, trapped forever in a candy coated cage, and sleeping “as if you’re dead” after being given a potion by a wicked queen. Given the times, I think it’s a little dark for the audience who enjoys fairy tales, which tends to be younger children. I’d love a second edition that wasn’t quite such a downer.