Fifteen Fairy Tales From Folk Traditions
Some well known. Some, perhaps, not quite so. All told in a gentle bedtime story style. Here you’ll find Three Bears, Three Billy Goats and Three Little Pigs. Then, there’s The Three Spinners, you might not have heard of them but they feature in a very fortunate turn of events. The tale of Mother Hulda explains all about snowflakes and there’s useful information in The Fisherman and the Genie – genies can be tricky, you know – while The Ropemaker of Baghdad has a complicated enough life without any genies at all.
Fifteen stories that you love, told in a way that you’ll love.
If you liked this book, you might also like our other BedTime Tales series. They’re available as printed books to put on the children’s bedroom bookshelf, or as ebooks – to read on your phone when you need an emergency story.
There are four books in the series filled with small stories for pre-reading children – or reluctant readers in the four to eight-year-old bracket.
In Book One, Fin Lightning saves the Universe – often.
Book Two has the friendliest dragons you have ever met.
Book Three shows the problems you can have with princes.
Book Four is a selection of well-known folk and fairy tales.