Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Fairy Tales* I Love

Fairy Tales* I Love


The Little Match Girl...poor girl selling matches in the cold...




The Little Red Hen...he who works receives...




The Twelve Dancing Princesses...dancing shoes are found mysteriously worn out each morning...




The Three Pigs...hay, sticks, or bricks?




Little Red Riding Hood...danger in the forest...




Jack and the Beanstalk...magic beans...




Hansel and Gretel...a witch with a candy house...




The Boy Who Cried Wolf...be careful when you try to trick someone...




The Ant and the Grasshopper...prepare for winter, little grasshopper?




The Gingerbread Man..."Run, run, as fast as you can...."




The Emperor's New Clothes...only a little child is brave enough to tell the truth...


*Fairy tales and a few other sorts of folk tales




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8 comments:

  1. These look like beautiful editions! The Gingerbread Man was one of my favorites and I've read The Little Red Hen countless times.

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  2. These classics inspired SO many wonderful retellings! I love Twelve Dancing Princesses. Jessica Day George wrote a wonderful retelling of it. Great list!

    Michelle @ Michelle's Minions

    My TTT

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  3. You always select such cute book covers. Some of my retellings match your fairy tales.

    Please visit my blog not only for my TTT but also to sign up for a chance to win a free giveaway, the Audie Award Winning audiobook of Egg and Spoon.

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  4. I've like to see "more" for The Twelve Dancing Princesses. It's one fairytale I don't know much about, but it sounds fabulous, and seeing it adapted or re-told would be something I'd be most excited for. :)

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  5. I did fairytale retellings I'd like to see instead of favourite fairytales, but Little Red Riding Hood was also on my list this week.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2015/08/04/top-ten-tuesday-16/

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  6. I couldn't have chosen only ten favorite fairytales, but you did and compiled a wonderful selection!
    That edition of Little Red Riding Hood is fabulous.

    Here's my TTT

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  7. The Twelve Dancing Princesses has always been one of my favourites, when I was young I used to listen to it on cassette before I went to sleep :)

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