In this modern version of Sleeping Beauty, Brendan is fascinated by the house on Willow Avenue, and by the story the mysterious school nurse tells him of the girl trapped within--but though he manages to free the Sova family, the enchantment still lingers, even onto the next generation.
In this modern version of Beauty and the Beast, unhappy fifteen-year-old Carlo has been living in the basement of his family's mansion ever since his father died--until beautiful fifteen-year-old Belle shows up to pay for the rose her father picked in the garden.
For fourteen years Dandelion has lived in a house with the witch she thinks is her mother, but when she shows signs of growing up the witch locks her in a tower in the woods--where a boy named Arthur hears her singing.
In this modern version of Snow White, Eira Blanc escapes when her stepmother tries to have her killed, and find herself taken in by seven thieves who agree to help her in her plan to take down the Wicked Witch of the West Side.
In this modern version of Cinderella, Chantella Verre is being treated like a servant by her oblivious father's new wife and her awful twins--but Chantella gets a chance to sing at the Next Teen Star audition when her former nanny shows up to set things right.
Hansen and Gracie are orphaned twins, but their ability to hear each other even when they are not together has made them strange, and prevented them from being adopted--so when the evil officials from the orphanage abandon them in the woods they set out to find a home of their own.
In this modern version of Jack and the beanstalk, Jack trades his bike for some magic beans, and climbs the beanstalk to the apartment of Mr. Briareus, a large man with a magic chicken and a singing harp.