A collection of short stories. Arranged chronologically, which was, perhaps, not wise because some of the earlier ones are weak.
We have a charming mundane version of The Snow Queen. A retelling of The Singing, Springing Lark -- not Beauty and the Beast, whatever the blurb says. A comic little tale about a prince, a princess, a rose, and a troll. The unraveling of the mystery of Romeo, Juliet, and Paris's deaths by the watchman told to do it. A mediation by the Frog Prince (who was actually a toad) after his disenchantment and marriage. A modern day set of witches containing a monster. A sorcerer's son meeting Baba Yaga.
One harrows a dragon rather than slays it, BTW; that is, one encourages it to leave the vicinity and settle somewhere more wild.
All in her singing prose.