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Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the most intelligent person on the planet. Howeve Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the most intelligent person on the planet. However, Snow White's willingness to help those in need -- especially the downtrodden robots of Techworld -- earns her many friends, and they are all quite eager to help her cause.


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Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the most intelligent person on the planet. Howeve Far, far away, on a distant planet called Techworld, a little girl named Snow White is born. Created by the planet's smartest minds to be the perfect scientist, Snow immediately shows a knack for working with electronics. The Queen, fearing for her crown, exiles Snow White so she cannot grow up and take the Queen's place as the most intelligent person on the planet. However, Snow White's willingness to help those in need -- especially the downtrodden robots of Techworld -- earns her many friends, and they are all quite eager to help her cause.

30 review for Snow White and the Seven Robots: A Graphic Novel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Schizanthus Nerd

    I found my new graphic novel series obsession! It’s the Far Out Fairy Tales Series! I’ve just powered my way through Snow White and the Seven Robots and ordered every other one my library owns. I love my library for introducing me to amazing stories I’d probably never find otherwise. This quirky retelling of Snow White takes place in Techworld and Snow White has been created. Queen Regent fears Snow’s intelligence, not beauty! Woohoo! Hello, new world of fairytales! The Queen’s magic mirror is a I found my new graphic novel series obsession! It’s the Far Out Fairy Tales Series! I’ve just powered my way through Snow White and the Seven Robots and ordered every other one my library owns. I love my library for introducing me to amazing stories I’d probably never find otherwise. This quirky retelling of Snow White takes place in Techworld and Snow White has been created. Queen Regent fears Snow’s intelligence, not beauty! Woohoo! Hello, new world of fairytales! The Queen’s magic mirror is a satellite that monitors their planet and the Queen doesn’t offer Snow a poisoned apple. This evil, evil traitor offers Snow [sniff, sniff 😢] poisoned chocolate! How dare she taint the most heavenly of the food groups! Entertaining for adults although allegedly they’re aimed at kids, this graphic novel is a delightful retelling where Snow is not only intelligent but is gifted specifically in science. After the story there are extra bits including a glossary of terms, a summary of the original tale and some of the key differences between the old and new stories. It’s a quick read that I’d happily reread and the illustrations are excellent! My only nitpick (and it’s a minor one) is that I would have loved for the seven robots to have names and individual personalities.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Erin Lee

    Okay, this graphic novel for middle grade readers is super cute. It puts a premium on intelligence rather than beauty and focuses on friendship rather than romance. It's like Sleeping Beauty meets Wall-E. Okay, this graphic novel for middle grade readers is super cute. It puts a premium on intelligence rather than beauty and focuses on friendship rather than romance. It's like Sleeping Beauty meets Wall-E.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Holly Letson

    This was - quite frankly - the most enjoyable of these stories. Snow White has been sent off to a planet where robots harvest diamonds. Luckily, her friend comes to save her.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Calling this a "novel" might be pushing it a little far. It's really more of a picture book. That said, it's fantastic. I thought it was excellent how she twisted the fairytale to make it a sci-fi adventure! Calling this a "novel" might be pushing it a little far. It's really more of a picture book. That said, it's fantastic. I thought it was excellent how she twisted the fairytale to make it a sci-fi adventure!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Yuiko

    the artwork was cute and quirky thats the only thing intetesting about it.... the story was almost exactly the same nothing new about it other than its a space theme

  6. 5 out of 5

    Genevieve

    Crappiest binding ever. Sorry, it doesn't matter if this book series is any good because it fell apart on the first circ. Crappiest binding ever. Sorry, it doesn't matter if this book series is any good because it fell apart on the first circ.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I loved this one. The illustrations are well done and the outer space retelling was a great twist. Great for all ages, I can't wait for my daughter to read this one! Well done! I loved this one. The illustrations are well done and the outer space retelling was a great twist. Great for all ages, I can't wait for my daughter to read this one! Well done!

  8. 4 out of 5

    tony dillard jr

    This version of Snow White takes place on the planet Techworld which is inhabited by a race of green skinned people. Our princess is specifically bred by Techworld's top scientists to be the planet's new Queen. But the current ruler of Techworld messes with the genetic structure of the child and instead, her skin turns as white as snow! Now an outcast, Snow White is sent to work in Techworld's sanitation department. The Queen hopes that the sight of the young girl will make people hate and fear S This version of Snow White takes place on the planet Techworld which is inhabited by a race of green skinned people. Our princess is specifically bred by Techworld's top scientists to be the planet's new Queen. But the current ruler of Techworld messes with the genetic structure of the child and instead, her skin turns as white as snow! Now an outcast, Snow White is sent to work in Techworld's sanitation department. The Queen hopes that the sight of the young girl will make people hate and fear Snow White. But Snow's ability to fix broken robots and her gentile nature make her a valued member of the planet's community. Enraged, the ruler of Techworld orders Snow White to be murdered. But Snow manages to escape to a mining colony which happens to be occupied by 7 run down robots. I think you can see where this is going... Far Out Fairy Tales has been on my radar for quite some time. The first run of sci-fi and superhero influenced graphic novels debuted in 2015. A new line just dropped within the last month. I'm happy to say that thanks to this new run, my library finally picked up the complete run of Far Out Fairy Tales. Unfortunately, I only saw the January sticker on the spine. I didn't realize that I choose one of the older titles. But that's okay because I thought this book was great. Snow White and the Seven Robots was written by a living legend. Louise Simonson has crafted literally hundreds of fantastic comics and graphic novels in a career spanning over 4 decades. My most beloved run of Simonson's was what she did on Superman in the 90s. Simonson gave the Man of Steel such a whimsical touch during her time as the master of Metropolis. It's something that she manages to do here with this intergalactic take on Snow White. The artwork of Far Out Fairy Tales regular artist Jimena Sanchez S. added to that fanciful style established by Louise Simonson. I really enjoyed this retooling of the Brothers Grimm iconic fairy tale. Readers aged 6-10 should love these books too! And so will parents. Each book has added features like discussion questions, terms to know and more cool inside stuff about the history of each fairy tale featured. With new releases such as Peter Pan in Mummy Land and The Silver Spurs of Oz plus several more new titles dropping later this fall, fans of Snow White and the Seven Robots will have lots of Far Out Fairy Tales to enjoy for future readings! Far Out Fairy Tales: Snow White and the Seven Robots is available now in print and digital formats. An all Spanish edition will debut in August.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Bankson

    Genre: Science Fiction, Traditional Fiction, Realistic Fiction Audience: Intermediate Text-to-text: This book reminds me of when I read the fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as a kid. I loved Disney princess books when I was growing up. This book puts a spin on the traditional story of snow white and makes it relatable in todays world or at least more than the original story. Text-to-Self: When I read this book, it reminded me of the robots I built in a class in elementary school. Trying to Genre: Science Fiction, Traditional Fiction, Realistic Fiction Audience: Intermediate Text-to-text: This book reminds me of when I read the fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as a kid. I loved Disney princess books when I was growing up. This book puts a spin on the traditional story of snow white and makes it relatable in todays world or at least more than the original story. Text-to-Self: When I read this book, it reminded me of the robots I built in a class in elementary school. Trying to get them to work and fix them is something that Snow White had to do in the story and that we had to do in my class. It brought back some good memories. Text-to-World: The connections I made to the world while reading this book was that this is not a super current reality. Robots don't have feeling and emotions to act on but they can talk. As much as this is not a reality story, it is put in an up to date time frame that can be related to other readers today. Things are changing in today's world with robots and technology, so maybe someday something like this book could happen.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Hilda

    Once upon a time, on a planet, far, far away, seven scientist presented a gift to the Queen of Techworld... Super cute retelling in outer space. I liked the innocence of it. The kiss was from a friend. The apple was replaced with chocolate. It was totally relate-able to younger kids. I recommend it for struggling students or younger kids. It felt very young but had all the major parts from the original story. As a teacher I loved the glossary at the end of the comic with pronunciation guides and Once upon a time, on a planet, far, far away, seven scientist presented a gift to the Queen of Techworld... Super cute retelling in outer space. I liked the innocence of it. The kiss was from a friend. The apple was replaced with chocolate. It was totally relate-able to younger kids. I recommend it for struggling students or younger kids. It felt very young but had all the major parts from the original story. As a teacher I loved the glossary at the end of the comic with pronunciation guides and kid friendly definitions. Align (uh-LAHYN) - to arrange things so that they form a line or are in proper position. Other words included, apprentice, aptitude, brace, cure, formula, integrity, malfunctioned, possess, prospector, prosper, quarantine, regent, stead and vain. Honestly, I'm low key wanting to buy all the Farout Fairy Tales for my classroom. There are many more and I can just see how the stories and vocabulary would help my third graders. They wouldn't even know they're learning.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    This fractured fairy tale had all the elements of Snow White..and it's out in space. The concept and reading comprehensions questions are great. It's a great option for early readers and may catch the interest of reluctant readers. As an adult, I felt the story fell too close to the original. Because they were doing a scifi, they really could have pushed the envelope and made the story unique. Instead it fell a little flat. This fractured fairy tale had all the elements of Snow White..and it's out in space. The concept and reading comprehensions questions are great. It's a great option for early readers and may catch the interest of reluctant readers. As an adult, I felt the story fell too close to the original. Because they were doing a scifi, they really could have pushed the envelope and made the story unique. Instead it fell a little flat.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Cute retelling....the illustrations were actually sadly disappointing for me, and anyone who knows me knows I'm not a graphic novel type...But I loved that the author reimagined snow white as a B.A. techie type The storyline doesn't stray too far from the fairytale we know, just gets an upgrade...Doc (aka the Prince character) also does some heroic things too, expanding on the characters' personality. Cute retelling....the illustrations were actually sadly disappointing for me, and anyone who knows me knows I'm not a graphic novel type...But I loved that the author reimagined snow white as a B.A. techie type The storyline doesn't stray too far from the fairytale we know, just gets an upgrade...Doc (aka the Prince character) also does some heroic things too, expanding on the characters' personality.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Kate Matheis

    This version of the story is very similar to the original. In this version Snow White fixes robots and is very smart. The Evil Queen wants to kill her because Snow white is smarter than her and she worries she will take over the kingdom. In this version Snow White has friends who help save her not a prince charming.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Graphic novel. Another in the Far Out Fairy Tales series. This time Snow White is born in Tech World and is given gifts to rule the planet. Robots come to her rescue in this modernized version of the story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kari

    **3.5 Stars** I actually enjoyed this one. It reminded me of Stitching Snow by R. C. Lewis.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Really great way to retell the classic tale. I love the comparison in the back between the original and the new characters.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Anoush

    I like this version of Snow White who is smart and helpful and can fix robots. :-) I like that this retelling is not about romance but about the kind of person Snow White is.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kylie Falconer

    3 out of 5 stars

  19. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    It wasn't very good It wasn't very good

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mary Thomas

    I don't really care for these, and I wouldn't call them "novels," but my boys like them. I don't really care for these, and I wouldn't call them "novels," but my boys like them.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I'm really enjoying this series. And for fans of fairy tales, but those who don't like all the mushy stuff at the end, these are perfect! I'm really enjoying this series. And for fans of fairy tales, but those who don't like all the mushy stuff at the end, these are perfect!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Alejandra Rodriguez

    So cute! So adorable! The illustrations are great! Overall, a great sci-fi version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Donna

    In this sci-fi retelling of Snow White, the evil queen asks her satellite/ robot who is the smartest of them all. Its answer is always the Queen, at least until Snow White turns 7 and then Snow becomes the most intelligent being on the land. The Queen exiles her and she escapes to a far off planet where she lives with 7 robots. When Snow is tricked and eats a poisoned chocolate, it sends her off into a deep sleep until she is awoken by her old friend from back home 'Doc.' This was a fun retellin In this sci-fi retelling of Snow White, the evil queen asks her satellite/ robot who is the smartest of them all. Its answer is always the Queen, at least until Snow White turns 7 and then Snow becomes the most intelligent being on the land. The Queen exiles her and she escapes to a far off planet where she lives with 7 robots. When Snow is tricked and eats a poisoned chocolate, it sends her off into a deep sleep until she is awoken by her old friend from back home 'Doc.' This was a fun retelling and I really appreciated that it took the original and twisted it so the focus was no longer on beauty, but instead it was Snow's intelligence and personality that was prized. I also liked that it provided a summary of the original tale at the end and gave a quick summary of the changes made in this adaptation. Intended for younger readers, it also gave some great visual questions at the end to promt discussion and to develop visual literacy and inference skills.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Christyn

    Snow White and the Seven Robots was a sci-fi spin on an old familiar tale. Given it's short length (I read it in under 10 minutes) it doesn't really go as into depth with things as I normally like, but most of us are all familiar with the Disney version (if not the original Brothers Grimm version) enough to draw comparisons between this version and the original. Intelligence instead of beauty, a chocolate instead of an apple, etc. It was colorful, simple and I think would appeal to a younger cro Snow White and the Seven Robots was a sci-fi spin on an old familiar tale. Given it's short length (I read it in under 10 minutes) it doesn't really go as into depth with things as I normally like, but most of us are all familiar with the Disney version (if not the original Brothers Grimm version) enough to draw comparisons between this version and the original. Intelligence instead of beauty, a chocolate instead of an apple, etc. It was colorful, simple and I think would appeal to a younger crowd (late elementary - middle school, I'm not really sure). I liked it, it was a quick, fun read nothing super serious or anything, just what I was in the mood for.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kara

    Ooooooo, a fairy tale where IQ and not beauty is the big attraction? Tell me more! The evil queen is the smartest scientist in all the galaxy, which grants her rulership (interesting government structure) – so when young Snow shows an aptitude for high level engineering, the queen feels threatened, and goes on the attack. Events play out following the traditional tale, but with a wonderful sci-fi spin, emphasizing the importance (on all sides) of the intelligence, bravery and kindness over just s Ooooooo, a fairy tale where IQ and not beauty is the big attraction? Tell me more! The evil queen is the smartest scientist in all the galaxy, which grants her rulership (interesting government structure) – so when young Snow shows an aptitude for high level engineering, the queen feels threatened, and goes on the attack. Events play out following the traditional tale, but with a wonderful sci-fi spin, emphasizing the importance (on all sides) of the intelligence, bravery and kindness over just superficial looks.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    These books are so much fun! Kids will love them. In this story, Snow White’s story becomes intergalactic, and her prince is her friend, first. Fantastic! Also, the queen doesn’t want Snow White’s beauty, she wants her intelligence. How awesome is that? The new story really empowers girl readers. And the apple? Chocolate! Fantastic.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Wow! I've read a lot of reworked classics but this was definitely unique! I loved how all the elements of the original story were reinvented and done with space and science. I really enjoyed the art, dialogue, and story. Really well done. Definitely recommend. Wow! I've read a lot of reworked classics but this was definitely unique! I loved how all the elements of the original story were reinvented and done with space and science. I really enjoyed the art, dialogue, and story. Really well done. Definitely recommend.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jesse

    I love twists on fairy tales and this was a very creative one! I especially appreciate the back matter: a synopsis of the original tale, comparisons between the two versions, and visual discussion questions (plus a glossary). All are signs of a project well done!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jaymie

    Fun graphic novel with simple science fiction version of the classic fairy tale. Includes glossary, questions about the story, and information on the original fairy tale.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    An interesting fractured fairy tale graphic novel.

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