Geras, Adele. Pictures of the Night. San Diego, CA: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.
“In a tale that mirrors “Snow White,” eighteen-year-old Bella is leading a carefree bohemian lifestyle the summer before college, living and singing with a band in London and Paris. But over the course of a few weeks, she finds herself in danger more than once–and she can’t help but suspect the two mysterious women who remind her of her jealous stepmother, Marjorie.” — publisher summary
Holub, Joan, and Suzanne Williams. Grimmtastic Girls #3: Snow White Lucks Out. New York: Scholastic, 2014.
“No matter how many lucky charms she wears, Snow White can’t catch a break. She’s especially worried that her stepmom, Ms. Wicked, is a member of the E.V.I.L. Society. Snow and her friends Red, Cinda, and Rapunzel are trying to stop E.V.I.L.’s plans to destroy Grimm Academy, but Snow seems to be jinxing all their efforts. Her luck might change if she can find her own truly magical charm — before it falls into E.V.I.L. hands!” — publisher summary
Valentino, Serena. Fairest of All: A Tale of the Wicked Queen. New York: Disney Press, 2009.
“Another tale far less often spoken of is the one that explains what caused the Queen to become so contemptuously vile. Still, some have attempted to guess at the reason. Perhaps the Queen’s true nature was that of a wicked hag and her beautiful, regal appearance a disguise used to fool the King. Others claim that the Queen might have hated the girl for her resemblance to the King’s first wife. Mostly, the Queen is painted as a morally abhorrent woman who never loved another being during the course of her miserable life.
In fact, the theories about exactly what cause the Queen’s obsessive vanity and jealous rage are too numerous to catalog. This book recounts a version of the story that has remained untold until now. It is a tragic tale of love and loss, and it contains a bit of magic. It is a tale of the Wicked Queen…” — publisher summary