Bestselling Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths Books for 6 Year Olds

Here are the top 30 bestselling fairy tales, folk tales & myths books for 6 year olds. Please click Read Review to read book reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check book availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

1. The Classic Treasury of Aesop’s Fables

by: Don Daily
Release date: Oct 02, 2007
Number of Pages: 56
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Get in step with the colorful animals that race, waddle, and leap through these pages! From a fast-footed monkey to a two-timing fox, each creature has a story to tell and a moral to teach. These famous tales tickle the imagination and teach simple truths, ones that children and adults face every day.

Inside are twenty classic fables, including The Tortoise and the Hare, The Goose Who Laid the Golden Eggs, and The City Mouse and the Country Mouse. Passed from generation to generation, Aesop’s best-loved fables are presented here with beautiful illustrations that bring these naughty, bold, brave, and lovable creatures to life.

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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Greek & Roman

2. The Princess and the Warrior: A Tale of Two Volcanoes

by: Duncan Tonatiuh
Release date: Sep 20, 2016
Number of Pages: 40
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Award-winning author Duncan Tonatiuh reimagines one of Mexico’s cherished legends. Princess Izta had many wealthy suitors but dismissed them all. When a mere warrior, Popoca, promised to be true to her and stay always by her side, Izta fell in love. The emperor promised Popoca if he could defeat their enemy Jaguar Claw, then Popoca and Izta could wed. When Popoca was near to defeating Jaguar Claw, his opponent sent a messenger to Izta saying Popoca was dead. Izta fell into a deep sleep and, upon his return, even Popoca could not wake her. As promised Popoca stayed by her side. So two volcanoes were formed: Iztaccíhuatl, who continues to sleep, and Popocatépetl, who spews ash and smoke, trying to wake his love.
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Latin American

3. A Year Full of Stories: 52 classic stories from all around the world

by: Angela McAllisterChristopher Corr
Release date: Oct 06, 2016
Number of Pages: 128
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This treasury of 52 stories collects together a rich resource of myths, fairy tales and legends from around the world, with a story for every week of the year. The book is broken into 12 chapters, for each of the 12 months of the year, and throughout, stories are matched to internationally celebrated dates, including Valentines Day and the International Day of Friendship, as well as seasonal events and festivals. Collected and retold by award-winning author Angela McAllister, and illustrated by internally recognised artist Christopher Corr, this is a book that will be treasured by families and appeal to teachers and librarians around the world.

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Children’s Books > Classics

4. The Legend of Sleeping Bear

by: Kathy-Jo WarginGijsbert Van Frankenhuyzen
Release date: Oct 19, 1998
Number of Pages: 48
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It started with a mother’s love… Fleeing from a forest fire, a mother bear urges her two cubs into the watery shelter of a vast body of water. Though it will be difficult, she knows if they can swim across to the opposite shore, they will be safe. With calls of encouragement and steadfast love, Mother Bear guides her cubs across the great lake, Lake Michigan. And the story of what happens once Mother Bear reaches the far shore becomes the legend behind the natural wonder known as Sleeping Bear Dune. In 1998 writer Kathy-jo Wargin and nature artist Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen combined their talents to bring The Legend of Sleeping Bear to life. Published to wide acclaim, the book was soon named the Official Children’s Book of Michigan. More than ten years later, this story of enduring maternal love continues to resonate with readers young and old. In celebration of the initial release of The Legend of Sleeping Bear, we are pleased to announce a new, limited edition of the book, accompanied with a free animated DVD narrated by Jeff Daniels.
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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Friendship, Social Skills & School Life > Multiculturalism

5. An Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Mythical Creatures

by: Theresa Breslin
Release date: Sep 15, 2015
Number of Pages: 192
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Mysterious selkies, bad-tempered giants, devious fairies, and even Loch Ness’s most famous resident, these are the mythical beasts of Scottish folklore. In the highly anticipated companion volume to the much-loved “Illustrated Treasury of Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales,” award-winning children’s author Theresa Breslin gathers a stunning collection of tales from across Scotland. Alternately humorous, poignant, and thrilling, each story is brought to life with exquisite illustrations by Scottish fine artist Kate Leiper, whose exquisite illustrations brim with otherworldly beauty. A wonderful gift, this is a truly stunning book to be treasured for a lifetime, It will be enjoyed by children, as well as by parents and grandparents.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Literary Criticism & Collections

6. The Once Upon a Time Map Book: Take a Tour of Six Enchanted Lands

by: B.G. HennessyPeter Joyce
Release date: May 11, 2010
Number of Pages: 16
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“A charming concept. . . . Teaches rudiments of map reading and direction following in a friendly way, and it’s packed with diminutive images.” — BOOKLIST

Imagine that fairy tales are real and can be explored in detail with the help of maps. Imagine navigating the mysteries of Aladdin’s kingdom, the dangers of the Giant’s kingdom at the top of Jack’s beanstalk, and the whimsy of Alice’s Wonderland. Imagine a trip through the unique geographical features of Peter Pan’s Neverland, Dorothy’s Land of Oz, and Snow White’s Enchanted Forest. You’ll have expert guides and clear, simple directions. On each map, a compass, quadrants with letters and numbers, and a key with local routes will help you find your way. This beautiful and unique book features six fold-out maps and a fairy-tale pop-up castle finale.

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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths

7. The Elephant’s Friend and Other Tales from Ancient India

by: Marcia WilliamsMarcia Williams
Release date: Feb 25, 2014
Number of Pages: 40
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Step back into ancient India as Marcia Williams brings her inviting comic-book style to eight animal folktales that continue to enchant children today.

Have you heard about the elephant and the dog who became not just unlikely companions, but the best of friends? Or the traveler whose greed for gold lures him straight into the scrawny tiger’s trap? How about the talkative tortoise who can’t keep his mouth closed to save his life? Drawing from three books of best-loved Indian folktales — Hitopadesha Tales, Jataka Tales, and Panchantra Tales — this graphic storybook collection, alive with kid-friendly illustrations, is infused with humor and warmth.

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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Multicultural

8. The McElderry Book of Greek Myths (Margaret K. McElderry Book)

by: Eric A. KimmelPep Montserrat
Release date: Feb 05, 2008
Number of Pages: 112
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Walk among the gods and goddesses, men and monsters, in this enchanting volume of classic Greek myths! Here are twelve of the most beloved legends of Greek mythology, from Pandora and her dreaded box to Icarus with his wings of wax, and, of course, that greedy, gold-fingered King Midas. Vibrant art adds a fresh twist to this collection, giving today’s readers their own version of these timeless tales.

Eric A. Kimmel brings these adventures to life with language that is colloquial and easy to read. Pep Monserrat breathes beautiful modern colors and style into his paintings, even as he reinvents images from classical antiquity. Together they’ve created a masterpiece of mythology, perfect for young readers.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > Ancient Civilizations

9. The King’s Equal (Trophy Chapter Books (Paperback))

by: Katherine PatersonCurtis Woodbridge
Release date: Jan 09, 1999
Number of Pages: 64
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Who is she?

A dying king makes his son his heir–on one condition. Vain Prince Raphael must marry a woman who is his equal in beauty, intelligence, and wealth…

Where is this woman?

A search throughout the kingdom proves fruitless. Then the lovely Rosamund appears at the palace, as if by magic, and Raphael is certain he has found his wife. She is intelligent and wealthy, as well as beautiful–certainly his equal, he thinks.

But what does the mysterious Rosamund think?

Two-time Newbery Medalist Katherine Patersons critically-acclaimed original fairy tale about an arrogant prince and his search for a bride is now available in a reformatted chapter book edition. With beautiful new line art by Curtis Woodbridge, this provocative story with a contemporary social message (The New York Times Book Review) will become an instant classic for newly independent readers. An entertaining and enchanting story.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Chapter Books & Readers > Chapter Books

10. My Fairy Garden

by: Maggie BatesonLouise Comfort
Release date: Sep 21, 2001
Number of Pages: 20
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All fairies love Midsummer’s Eve, but this year it’s extra special! Why are all the ladies so excited, and what’s in the invitation arriving by Ladybird Post? Press out Princess Daisy and Prince Oakleaf, raise a glass of fizzy elderflower juice and dance to the fairy music until dawn…
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

11. Christmas Knight, The

by: Jane Louise CurryDyanne Disalvo-ryan
Release date: Oct 31, 1993
Number of Pages: 32
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A wondrous Christmas story based on a 15th-century tale tells the story of a generous nobleman and his prayer for a Christmas miracle. Beautifully illustrated in full color with pictures that reflect medieval times.
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12. The Queen & the Cross: The Story of Saint Helen (Tales and Legends)

by: Cornelia Mary BilinskyRebecca Stuhff
Release date: Aug 25, 2013
Number of Pages: 40
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Sweet-smelling basil marks the spot in this treasure hunt led by a queenly saint…join her as she treks to Jerusalem in search of the Holy Cross of Jesus Christ! In this fabulous and instructive blend of tale and history, children ages 5-8 will be inspired by the lore and legend of the faith. Boys and girls alike will be captivated by Helen, a heroic empress on a mission, and will be encouraged to treasure the Holy Cross in their own lives! As children accompany Helen on her quest to find the true cross upon which Jesus died, they will relive her adventures. They will experience Helen’s excitement when she thinks she has discovered the ‘X’ that marks the spot-sweet-smelling basil-since basil is the herb of kings and Jesus is the King of Life. But just as it seems that the site of the Holy Cross has been identified, not one, but three crosses are found while digging… How will the one true cross be determined? Read on to discover the legend of the Holy Cross and learn all about Helen’s thrilling life! Features & Benefits Contains an opening hymn and prayer Includes a brief biography of Saint Helen following the legend Mentions the locations where the true cross exists today Concludes with a quote from Emperor Constantine’s letter to Bishop Macarius.
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Biographies & Memoirs

13. King Arthur and His Knights (Silver Penny Stories)

by: Diane NammMarcos Calo
Release date: Apr 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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How did the famous Knights of the Round Table come to be? This retelling of the timeless legend of King Arthur and the magical realm of Camelot will enchant young readers.
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Arthurian

14. Navajo Coyote Tales

by: Hildegard ThompsonWilliam Morgan
Release date: Jan 30, 2007
Number of Pages: 50
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Coyote encounters Rabbit, Fawn’s Stars, Crow, Snake, Skunk Woman, and Horned Toad in these 6 delightful, English-language adaptations of traditional Navajo Coyote stories collected by anthropologist William Morgan and translated by him and linguist Robert W. Young.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

15. The McElderry Book of Grimms’ Fairy Tales

by: Saviour PirottaEmma Chichester Clark
Release date: Oct 01, 2006
Number of Pages: 128
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Enter a magical world of beautiful princesses, handsome princes, goblins, faeries, and dwarves. Here are ten of the most loved fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm in one wickedly entertaining volume.

From that odd little man with the strange name, Rumpelstiltskin, to that slimy green frog who — when kissed — becomes a handsome prince, to brave Rapunzel, imprisoned high in her tower, this is a book full of wonder.

Saviour Pirotta’s spirited, contemporary language is perfect for reading aloud. Emma Chichester Clark’s illustrations glow with humor and mischief, capturing the loveliness and spookiness of these eternally enchanted tales.

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Children’s Books > Growing Up & Facts of Life > Family Life > Values

16. The Legend of the Old Man of the Mountain (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales)

by: Denise OrtakalesRobert Crawford
Release date: Sep 22, 2004
Number of Pages: 40
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For centuries, the Great Stone Face has kept silent watch from Cannon Mountain, high above the Pemigewasset River. But who is the onlooker and for whom does he keep vigil? Though from warring tribes, Mohawk maiden Minerwa enchants Chief Pemigewasset, and with their union comes peace for many years. But when Minerwa leaves to visit her dying father, Pemigewasset must stay behind. Denise Ortakales recounts the legend of Chief Pemigewasset, whose steadfast love and devotion to his wife is forever honored in his profile on the mountainside. Denise Ortakales graduated from the Art Institute of Boston, where she studied illustration and children’s literature. Having grown up in the shadow of the Old Man, it was natural for her to write about it as a school assignment. Years later, when the granite formation fell, she knew it was time to share that story with others. This is her first book as an author. She has illustrated several picture books, including Carrot in My Pocket and Good Morning, Garden. Denise lives in Laconia, NH, with her husband and two sons. Artist Robert Crawford graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design. His paintings have appeared on the cover of major magazines such as Fortune, Business Week, The Atlantic and U.S. News and World Report, as well as book covers for major publishers including Random House, Penguin/Putnam, and Avon. Robert’s work has won numerous awards and has been selected for permanent collection by the United States government and major corporations. Robert lives in Woodbury, Connecticut.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction

17. The Children of the Morning Light: Wampanoag Tales as Told By Manitonquat

by: Medicine StoryManitonquatMary F. Arquette
Release date: Apr 30, 1994
Number of Pages: 80
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Eleven stories based on the oral traditions of the Wampanoag tribe of southern Massachusetts recount the origins of the world, the ancient history of the Wampanoag, and the ways in which the spirit Maushop aided the early humans.
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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Short Story Collections

18. The Legend of the Loon (Myths, Legends, Fairy and Folktales)

by: Kathy-jo WarginGijsbert van Frankenhuyzen
Release date: Apr 24, 2000
Number of Pages: 48
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The fantastic Legend team of Kathy-jo Wargin and Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen have another beautiful book to add to the Sleeping Bear and Mackinac Island stories. A Grandmother’s love for her grandchildren is magically portrayed in “The Legend of the Loon”. A perfect addition to your collection, this book remains true to the heartwarming qualities you’ve come to expect from these legendary storytellers.
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Children’s Books > Animals > Birds

19. The Lion and the Mouse (Silver Penny Stories)

by: Kathleen OlmsteadScott Wakefield
Release date: Nov 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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Could a tiny mouse actually help the king of the jungle? That’s what a trapped mouse promises to do if his lion captor sets him free. The lion laughs–and lets him go. But when hunters trap the scared and desperate lion, the mouse proves that even the smallest creatures can do great deeds.
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20. The Once Upon a Time Map Book Big Book: Take a Tour of Six Enchanted Lands

by: Barbara G. HennessyPeter Joyce
Release date: Feb 26, 2013
Number of Pages: 16
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“A charming concept. . . . Teaches rudiments of map reading and direction following in a friendly way, and it’s packed with diminutive images.” — BOOKLIST

Imagine that fairy tales are real and can be explored in detail with the help of maps. Imagine navigating the mysteries of Aladdin’s kingdom, the dangers of the Giant’s kingdom at the top of Jack’s beanstalk, and the whimsy of Alice’s Wonderland. Imagine a trip through the unique geographical features of Peter Pan’s Neverland, Dorothy’s Land of Oz, and Snow White’s Enchanted Forest. You’ll have expert guides and clear, simple directions. On each map, a compass, quadrants with letters and numbers, and a key with local routes will help you find your way. This beautiful and unique book features six fold-out maps and a fairy-tale pop-up castle finale.

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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

21. The Pied Piper of Hamelin (Silver Penny Stories)

by: Kathleen OlmsteadSarah S Brannen
Release date: Apr 01, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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When the Pied Piper comes to Hamelin, he offers to rid the town of all its rats. And he does—but when the Mayor won’t pay what he promised, the Pied Piper takes a terrible revenge …

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22. Unicorn Races

by: Stephen J. BrooksLinda Crockett
Release date: Mar 01, 2007
Number of Pages: 32
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A magical story every child is sure to love. Young Abigail wakes each night, dons her princess crown, and travels to a magical glade to oversee the great unicorn race. Brilliant illustrations bring this beautiful story to life.
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Children’s Books > Animals

23. The Fox and the Grapes (Silver Penny Stories)

by: Kathleen OlmsteadSarah S Brannen
Release date: Nov 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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When a thirsty fox sees some tasty-looking grapes, he’s delighted. But he just can’t reach them, no matter how high he jumps or how hard he tries. Bitterly disappointed, he walks off, calling them “sour.”  Aesop’s charming animal fable gently teaches children a timeless and very human lesson. 
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Children’s Books > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Greek & Roman

24. Sindbad’s Secret: From the Tales of the Thousand and One Nights

by: Ludmila ZemanLudmila Zeman
Release date: May 10, 2011
Number of Pages: 32
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Sindbad the Sailor has escaped death many times and is planning to live the rest of his life on dry land. But the sea beckons, and he sets out for one final adventure. As he sails from a beautiful far-off land where people drink scented tea, a storm destroys the ship. Sindbad finds refuge on an island, but it holds little safety for him. Ivory traders make him their slave. It seems that he will live out his days in servitude. But the power of love, and his compassion for a baby elephant, give him the strength he needs for survival. His voyage offers him the answer to life’s greatest secret, and finally he can rest.

Ludmila Zeman has retold these beloved adventures from the Thousand and One Nights in her gorgeous trilogy, Sindbad, Sindbad in the Land of the Giants, and Sindbad’s Secret, incorporating design details and maps that place the stories into their historical context

From the Hardcover edition.

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Children’s Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > Ancient Civilizations

25. King Midas (Silver Penny Stories)

by: Kathleen OlmsteadMaurizio Quarello
Release date: Nov 04, 2014
Number of Pages: 48
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Although King Midas is a kind man, he always wants MORE: more jewels, more silver, more gold. So when’s he’s granted a wish for doing a good deed, he asks that everything he touches turn to gold. But after his flowers, his food, and even his daughter are transformed, he learns what is truly valuable.
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26. Once Upon a Time (Walker Surprise)

by: Nick Sharratt
Release date: May 06, 2002
Number of Pages: 18
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A hilarious choose-your-own-adventure novelty book by a favourite illustrator. Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess. But where did she live? In a castle? Or a caravan? A tent? A teapot? What kind of animal is Fred, her pet? And when she meets a magic witch/fairy/toilet who tells her she can have three wishes, what does she wish for? It’s up to you, the reader! On each double page of this book there are six different cut-outs to choose from. Just slot the one you want into the picture and create your own story – time and time again! Irreverent, silly and fun, this great book has an endless variety of stories, so parents need never get bored at bedtime!
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Children’s Books > Activities, Crafts & Games > Activity Books

27. The Ant or the Grasshopper? (Who’s Got Game?)

by: Toni MorrisonSlade MorrisonPascal Lemaitre
Release date: Jun 14, 2014
Number of Pages: 36
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“How can you say I never worked a day? ART is WORK. It just looks like play”
So says Foxy G to his buddy Kid A, in Toni and Slade Morrison’s sassy, sly tale of friendship, betrayal, and survival — or not.
Generation after generation, classic fables, folklore, and myth remain popular because they quicken the imagination of readers and listerners of all ages.
We, the creators of Who’s Got Game? were inspired by the wonder of Aesop’s Fables — their vitality, their endless demand for more interpretations. In our versions the original stories are opened up and their moralisitic endings reimagined; the victim might not lose; the timid gets a chance to become strong; the fool can gain insight; the powerful may lose their grip. ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN. More than a play on these beloved fables, Who’s Got Game? is AESOP LIVE!
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28. The Winter Child

by: Wendy FroudTerri Windling
Release date: Oct 02, 2001
Number of Pages: 64
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From the creator’s of A MIDSUMMER’S FAERY TALE comes a new volume which opens the magical window of enchantment once more with an extraordinary combination of story and art. All the denizens of the wood have gathered for the grand winter holiday…but this year something is strangely wrong. By now the forest should be blanketed with snow, but the air remains warm, the leaves have not fallen, and branches remain laden with autumn’s fruit. Somehow, the cycle of nature has been halted, and even the faery king, Oberon, cannot fathom why winter has not arrived. By turns charming, menacing, and hilarious, THE WINTER CHILD follows Sneezle and Twig as they bravely ferret out the terrible truth behind Winter’s absence and witness a dramatic duel of sorcerers in which the future of the faery kingdom hangs in the balance. In this marvellous collaboration between renowned doll maker Wendy Froud and award-winning writer Terri Windling, the entrancing story twists and turns its way through the magical beauty and ominous shadows of the faeries’ world. Art-directed by Brian Froud, beloved creator of such classics as GOOD FAERIES/BAD FAERIES, the book’s spectacular photographs capture Sneezle, Twig, King Oberon and Queen Titania, the sorcerer Malagan, the Royal Council of Sorcerers, and the faeries of Old Oak Wood, all in such vivid detail that they seem to come alive…as indeed, perhaps, they are.
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Arts & Photography

29. The Saint Who Fought the Dragon: The Story of Saint George

by: Cornelia Mary BilinskyTheresa Brandon
Release date: Nov 11, 2011
Number of Pages: 27
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Holiness is an adventure!

In this timeless story of Saint George, kids discover what happens when a loyal soldier fights a dragon-and wins! Dramatic, fantasy style illustrations capture his adventures. This story provides a unique way to teach children ages 5-8 about Christian history while inspiring them to follow in the heroic footsteps of a courageous saint who stands up for all that is good and true. For a child that already enjoys fantasy tales and legends, this book is a perfect introduction to Saint George.

“Many accounts have been written about the life of Saint George, some so fantastic as to be virtually unbelievable. In her adventurous account of The Saint Who Fought the Dragon, Cornelia Bilinsky presents an imaginary but credible account that focuses on the steadfast courage of Saint George and his unwavering allegiance to his Lord, Jesus Christ.” -Liguorian

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Children’s Books > Religions > Christianity > Biographies

30. The Bremen Town Band

by: Brian WildsmithBrian Wildsmith
Release date: Oct 07, 1999
Number of Pages: 32
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This is the story of how the donkey, the dog, the cat, and the cockerel all met one fine day. They became friends and went along the highway, singing together, to go and join the Bremen Town Band. But on the way they come to a forest and in that forest there was a house and in that house there were some robbers…Brian Wildsmith tells and illustrates the well-known tale by the Brothers Grimm in all the glowing colours of an early summer’s day.
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