I knew going into this that the display would either need to be eye-catching or be based around something the teens are always looking for (the other window display is of YA books that have a Lexile number above 1000). I opted to go with eye-catching because it meant I would get to be a little crafty.
So, here it is:
Not the greatest picture, but I used a cell phone camera - what can you do? I know you can't tell because it's far away (I'll post some close ups and a better full view when I can get some decent pictures!), but down on the bottom self is a "glass" slipper I made out of tape and plastic wrap (here's the tutorial I watched to figure it out) beside a white tissue paper rose. Up on the top shelf is another tissue paper rose, along with the "Fairy Tales Revisited" sign I made, and around the corner is a twisted paper beanstalk (inspired by something I saw on a blog I don't remember awhile ago - if I find it again, I'll post the link) that stands out nicely against the red of the wall.
In case you haven't seen it, Epic Reads has a wonderful chart full of all sorts of YA Retellings, including fairy tales. That's where I started finding titles (although there are lots that aren't on there as well).
Hopefully, this will get those window shelves noticed!