This review contains spoilers for various picture books.
Full disclosure: I actually read these in the final days of 2015. But they're being reviewed in 2016, so I think it's perfectly reasonable to put them under the umbrella of 2016 regardless.
...and that's my roundabout way of saying this was super amusing in the weirdest way.
The art is spectacular, and the concept is great. It's like a punk-ish space fantasy (Is spacepunk a thing? Can we make it a thing?) with a feminist angle; here we have a fairy
The only flaw I can possibly come up with is that a child will likely have to be familiar with the Disney (or Disney-esque) retelling to fully appreciate this. But, seriously, there's no way to prevent a child from eventually hearing that (and I'd argue there shouldn't be, since it's a cultural cornerstone for better or worse), so that shouldn't be a problem.