People in Fairytales are far too trusting. But what if they weren't? Snow White learned at a young age that not everyone has good intentions, and that being a Princess didn't mean that everyone loved her. There were people who were kind without expecting anything in return, and there probably were old begger-women who were happy to repay a good deed, but this one was far too insistent about being allowed into the house. In a unique re-imagining of the Classic Fairytale, Snow White learns the value of friendship, sensible precautions, and a good cast-iron skillet. Sequel to 'Cinderella Grows a Spine'.