Trail of Stones by Gwen Strauss and illustrated by Anthony Browne was first published in 1990 and is now out of print. These are some of the types of books I am eager to see turned into ebooks. This would be a gem to pick up for a few dollars and once again generate a small income for the poet.
As they enter the dark wood, familiar fairy tale characters confront the issues of fear of love, shame, grief, jealousy, loneliness, and joy in this illustrated collection of poems.
Here is Strauss's take on Hansel and Gretel from the father's perspective, always the most problematic character in that tale. This poem is copyrighted and was captured from Gwen Strauss's website where it is presented to promote the book as I am promoting it here. I used an image of the poem once again to discourage copying and pasting.