Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin Symbols & Objects

Liesl Shurtliff
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The Spinning Wheel

Rump discovered his mother’s old spinning wheel in a pile of firewood. His grandmother wanted to throw it in the fireplace but Rump wanted to keep it because it was something that belonged to his mother.It was with this spinning wheel that Rump discovered he held the same magic his mother did and was able to spin straw into gold.

The Seed

The Witch of the Woods gave Rump a single seed. He planted the tree before he left the village for a long adventure. When he returned, he was heartened that the seed had sprouted into a tree – a sign of renewal.

The Poisonous Apple Tree

The trolls warned Rump not to eat the apples from the poisonous apple tree. Later, Rump and his troll friend, Bork, discovered that the apples weren’t poisonous and that something that comes from poison...

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