This children's book take Rapuzel on a night out. On the cover page Rapunzel can be seen flying in the sky touching stars over the scene of a castle.
The copyright page and title pages start the story and with a die(cut) Rapunzel can be seen in the window, she will be going out of through the window.
Rapunzel gets on a flying carpet. A strong reference to Alladin and she starts her journey (sequence) over a tree (Die/cut 2).
She flies over the tree, which is now a cloud touching stars and clouds, the Prince joins her and gives her a red flower, she puts it in her hair and of they go...
The next scene is a pause in the sequence and in time with only the two of them. You can see the Tower where Rapunzel lives and the castle where the prince lives. The die/cut in the corner shows the word "Rapunzel," and
when you turn the page, Rapunzel can be seen, waking up, in her bedroom. The enchantress calling for her to let down her hair. The picture frame with a scene of the castle at night, the red carpet in the cupboard and a red flower in a flower pot. It is day.
And you realise that Rapunzel woke up from a dream nd expect the story to end, but on the back of the page, Rapunzel can be seen with short hair, her long hair hanging from the tower and she packet a few things with the red flower and now she knows in which direction to go, to find her prince, to leave, forever..