A brilliant princess, raised by her wicked stepmother only until the queen could no longer stand her beauty, Snow White was happiest in her small workshop and in the forest with her animal friends. She had invented an ear cuff that allowed her to understand animals, and wore a heart-shaped device around her neck which translated her words so the animals could understand.
A passing prince fell in love with her voice and beauty, and Snow White's doves were happy to pass messages between the two. However, when the young girl fled for her life from the queen's jealousy, she discovered a cottage that belonged to seven dwarf miners, who had jewels and metal to spare, but no inclination for using them. Snow White quickly won their affections by making them supper and fashioning jewelry and inventions for them.
When the queen discovered from her magic mirror that Snow White was still alive, she brewed a powerful poison, and disguised herself as a beggar woman selling apples. One bite from the unknowing young princess, and death was soon upon her.
Devastated by her death, the dwarves could not bring themselves to bury her, and so instead, built a stasis chamber with a clear, glass dome, so that all might see and mourn the princess.
Yet, there was hope, for the doves had heard and understood what had happened to Snow White, and summoned the prince to her resting place. There, with true love's kiss, which is more powerful than any poisonous potion, Snow White was revived, and she and the Prince lived happily ever after.