Top positive review
I almost didn't buy this book because of the negative reviews, but I'm so glad that I did!
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2015
I don't know if Amazon is lumping reviews of books with the same title together, but some of the reviews don't match with the book that I purchased (by Paul O. Zelinsky). Rapunzel does become pregnant, but only after she and the prince marry in the tower. The sorceress is angry, cuts her hair, and throws her out of the tower. She then tricks and injures the prince, who, despite having been blinded, goes to search for his wife (it does specify wife). Rapunzel gives birth to twins, the prince finds them, her tears cure his blindness, and they all return to his kingdom to live happily ever after. The raciest it gets is to talk about their (first Rapunzel's mother, then Rapunzel) dresses getting tight at the waist followed by the woman in question having a baby or babies. There are no illustrations of the women with pregnant bellies, and both women are married when the children were conceived. It is a lovely story with beautiful illustrations!