The Snow Queen
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“She was tall and of slender figure, and of a dazzling whiteness.”
– Hans Christian Andersen
“The Snow Queen” is a beautiful tale of a young girl and her quest to find her missing friend. Written in 1844 by Hans Christian Andersen, it’s a story of friendship and trust, but most of all loyalty.
The Snow Queen Retellings
Here’s a list of Snow Queen retellings I’ve found.
Check below for my reviews of some of them!
|The Snow Queen (Refurbished Fairy Tales Book 6) – S. R. Nulton|
I interviewed S. R. Nulton about her Snow Queen retelling here.
|Heart of Ice (The Snow Queen Book 1) – K. M. Shea|
This is the first in a Snow Queen-inspired duology
|Sacrifice (The Snow Queen Book 2) – K. M. Shea|
The most satisfying ending to this duology! You have to read them together!
|Snowflakes (Snow Queen Short Stories) – K. M. Shea|
Short stories and cut scenes from The Snow Queen duology – with sneaky ties to K. M. Shea’s main series.
|Snowfield Palace: The Snow Queen invades Mansfield Park (The Austen Fairy Tales Book 4) – Kendra E Ardnek|
Part of a super fun series that mingles fairy tales with Jane Austen’s classics.
|A Crown of Snow and Ice: A Retelling of The Snow Queen (Beyond the Four Kingdoms Book 3) – Melanie Cellier|
A princess with fire powers takes on a kingdom of snow and ice
|Mirrors of Ice (Bewitching Fairy Tales Book 2) – Celeste Baxendell|
This gorgeous retelling is a mashup of both the Snow Queen and Snow White
|Forgotten (The Enchanted Kingdom Chronicles Book 1) – Camille Peters|
The first book in a fantastic new series by a favorite fairy tale author.
|Princess of Midnight: A Retelling of Cinderella (Fairytales of Folkshore Book 6)|
This is mostly a Cinderella story, but it has all the Frozen vibes.
|Fortress of Snow (A Dericott Tale Book 4) – Melanie Dickerson|
The Snow Queen with a clear historical setting
|Frozen: Conceal, Don’t Feel (A Twisted Tale) – Jen Calonita|
Part of Disney’s series that asks, “What if…?” about our favorite royal siblings