These tales will delight children and adults alike with their mixture of magic and mystery.
Malevolent and dark, the fairy tales collected by the Brothers Grimm are not for the faint-hearted. Strange, creepy, romantic and filled with all manner of twisty things these stories impart valuable lessons about loyalty, resourcefulness and gratitude. From wicked enchantresses, to singing larks, golden birds and magical beasts, these Grimm-told stories are filled with all sorts of fantastical imagery. You’ll meet everything and everyone and discover that magic and goodness can be found just around the corner. On the other hand, Grimm’s collection also tells us that dark deeds, enmity and cunning tricksters are just as prone to lurk about and, that some exist closer to home than anywhere else.
Hans only wants to marry Clever Elsie if she is really clever. Everybody seems to think she is clever, but is she really?
This wonderful story has it all: the maiden in the tower, the baby taken at birth by a wicked witch, and an enchanted but forbidden garden.
The tale follows the events in the life of a diminutive half-hedgehog, half-human named Hans, who sheds his animal skin and turns wholly human.
When a woodcutter boasts to a king that his daughter can spin gold from straw, she is forced to make a pact with a strange little man.
An old miller, who did not have a family of his own, wanted to retire and leave his mill to one of his three apprentices.
A very wise but poor peasant girl discovers a golden treasure on her farm and is sent on an adventure that will change her life forever and test her clever mind.
This tale is about a menacing little gnomelike man who can spin straw into gold for the benefit of a beautiful miller’s daughter, in exchange for her future firstborn child.
Taking only her three special gowns and three special treasures, a princess disguises herself in a cloak of many different furs and runs away from home.
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