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Cuốn truyện tuyệt diệu này gồm nhiều câu chuyện hấp dẫn trong kho tàng truyện cổ Pháp, Nga, Hungary... Hai mươi câu chuyện sẽ đưa các em du ngoạn khắp nơi trong xứ sở thần tiên. Những khu rừng xanh mướt diệu kì, cung điện nguy nga của các chàng hoàng tử, lâu đài lộng lẫy của các bà tiên lần lượt hiện lên cho em thấy thế giới cổ tích nhiệm màu.


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Cuốn truyện tuyệt diệu này gồm nhiều câu chuyện hấp dẫn trong kho tàng truyện cổ Pháp, Nga, Hungary... Hai mươi câu chuyện sẽ đưa các em du ngoạn khắp nơi trong xứ sở thần tiên. Những khu rừng xanh mướt diệu kì, cung điện nguy nga của các chàng hoàng tử, lâu đài lộng lẫy của các bà tiên lần lượt hiện lên cho em thấy thế giới cổ tích nhiệm màu.

30 review for Truyện Cổ Tích Màu Vàng

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hiba Arrame

    Haven't quite enjoyed it as much as the previous tomes, I've considered some stories to be a bit vulgar to be read to kids. Haven't quite enjoyed it as much as the previous tomes, I've considered some stories to be a bit vulgar to be read to kids.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Rollins

    If fairy stories can't get a five-star rating then what is our standard? Five stars to Andrew Lang and his magnificent collection of colored fairy stories. This Yellow one is one of my favorites. Real fairy stories with real consequences. If fairy stories can't get a five-star rating then what is our standard? Five stars to Andrew Lang and his magnificent collection of colored fairy stories. This Yellow one is one of my favorites. Real fairy stories with real consequences.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bev

    I grew up with a copy of Andrew Lang's The Blue Fairy Book. I loved that hardback edition of fairy tales. I read it and reread it and reread it. At that time, I had no idea that there were a whole set of color fairy tales to be had. But I had such fond memories of it that when I spied a modern edition of The Yellow Fairy Book at our Friends of the Library Book Shop in 2015, I just had to bring it home with me. I have to admit that it wasn't as spellbinding to my adult self as that first fairy ta I grew up with a copy of Andrew Lang's The Blue Fairy Book. I loved that hardback edition of fairy tales. I read it and reread it and reread it. At that time, I had no idea that there were a whole set of color fairy tales to be had. But I had such fond memories of it that when I spied a modern edition of The Yellow Fairy Book at our Friends of the Library Book Shop in 2015, I just had to bring it home with me. I have to admit that it wasn't as spellbinding to my adult self as that first fairy tale collection was to my younger self. There is something very magical about fairy tales for children. The simple phrase "Once upon a time..." sets the stage for all sorts of wonderful adventures. Adventures that feature girls no bigger than your thumb, a boy who can turn into a wolf, and a talking stove as well as the traditional princes, princesses, giants, witches, elves, and giants. In fact I was already familiar with a number of the stories collected here--including "Thumbelina," "The Six Swans," "The Emperor's New Clothes," "The Glass Mountain," and "The Nightingale." These are also some of the best tales in the book and I did still enjoy the visit to fairy land...with a few reservations. [pardon me a moment as I step onto one of my soap boxes...] I didn't realize when I picked up the book that Andrew Lang's collection had been "edited" by Brian Alderson. Edited here means that Brian made whatever alterations he thought necessary to make these more palatable to a modern audience. I'm not going to argue the pros and cons of those decisions--what I will do is give my opinion that if Mr. Alderson wanted to put together a "more acceptable" collection of fairy tales, then he should have done so with his own book. He shouldn't have been given Andrew Lang's collection and then been given free rein to decide whether the versions Lang included were appropriate or the most "readable" or whatever. Part of the charm of the Blue Fairy Book (as I recall) was that I knew (even as a youngster in the late 1970s) that I was stepping into a different time period--an era that believed in fairies and magic and dragons, etc. and a time period that may have thought other things that were no longer true as well. I knew that this time period didn't represent my time period and I didn't expect it to. But setting aside the rightness of whether he should have made the choices at all, I also have trouble with some of the choices themselves--he tells us that he has gotten rid of some of Lang's selections because they weren't interesting, but then he keeps variations of stories that are virtually the same. For example, we have multiple variations of the simpleton (or the least favored or what-have-you) winning the day through virtue of having made the right friends--gluttons who can eat everything, men who can make things cold or can see great distances; friends who can help him perform the impossible tasks required of him. If the point is to have a better offering of stories all arond, then I would think variety would be a good standard to meet as well. Overall--still a good selection of fairy tales that should appeal to young readers and I did enjoy them. Just not quite as much as expected. First posted on my blog My Reader's Block. Please request permission before reposting. Thanks.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    These were a lot of fun. Not as good as Grimm’s but enjoyable nonetheless!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn

    My rating as more to do with the narration of the audiobook rather than the fairy tales. The actual fairy tales were ok. Some were more interesting than others. However, the narration was awful. Each narrator read in such a bored voice that it was very difficult to be interested in what they were reading. I may have enjoyed the book more if I had read it rather than listened to it. If I decide to read another of the color fairy books, I will definitely skip the audio version.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Girard

    I feel like I saw pretty much the same thing in all my reviews for these books but it was enjoyable. Some were boring and other were good.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary Catelli

    This is the one in which the tales really start to branch out.  There are a couple of literary tales that I didn't much like, but a lot more places.  Greek.  Polish.  Bukowinaer.  Iclelandic.  A few from North America.  I particularly liked The Golden Crab, The Flower-Queen's Daughter (in which dragons ride horses and go to dances where humans can dance, too), The Grateful Beasts, The Witch in the Stone Boat, and The Blue Mountains. This is the one in which the tales really start to branch out.  There are a couple of literary tales that I didn't much like, but a lot more places.  Greek.  Polish.  Bukowinaer.  Iclelandic.  A few from North America.  I particularly liked The Golden Crab, The Flower-Queen's Daughter (in which dragons ride horses and go to dances where humans can dance, too), The Grateful Beasts, The Witch in the Stone Boat, and The Blue Mountains.

  8. 4 out of 5

    LobsterQuadrille

    I enjoyed this book a lot, with its classic tales from around the world. There are stories compiled from Russia, Iceland, Poland, and many other places. There are Hans Christian Andersen stories, and some Native American legends added in for good measure. H.J. Ford's illustrations are exquisite as usual, and though the writing is more formal in style, so you have to read carefully to avoid missing details, the tone matches the fantastical tales. The stories range from the more serious and dark t I enjoyed this book a lot, with its classic tales from around the world. There are stories compiled from Russia, Iceland, Poland, and many other places. There are Hans Christian Andersen stories, and some Native American legends added in for good measure. H.J. Ford's illustrations are exquisite as usual, and though the writing is more formal in style, so you have to read carefully to avoid missing details, the tone matches the fantastical tales. The stories range from the more serious and dark to the lighthearted and funny. A lot of the stories have similar elements, and so can be a bit predictable, but there are still some that are more creative and memorable. My favorite stories were as follows: The Dragon of the North, The Emperor's New Clothes, The Iron Stove(in which a young woman saves a prince for a change), The Dragon and his Grandmother, The Flower-Queen's Daughter, The Grateful Beasts, The Magic Ring, Snow-Daughter and Fire-Son(which has a darker tone and a sad ending), The Story of Big Klaus and Little Klaus, The Swine-Herd, The Flying Ship, The Tinder-Box, The Nightingale, and Blockhead-Hans.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erik

    This is the other book I got for Christmas last week. This was probably the first of Andrew Lang's Fairy Books that I exposed myself to (all the way back in 2013), and I'm glad to finally have a copy of my own. This one has quite a selection, including stories by Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm, as well as stories from other parts of Europe as well as some Native American stories. I think this is the book with the most stories out of all of Andrew Lang's books (I think The Olive F This is the other book I got for Christmas last week. This was probably the first of Andrew Lang's Fairy Books that I exposed myself to (all the way back in 2013), and I'm glad to finally have a copy of my own. This one has quite a selection, including stories by Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm, as well as stories from other parts of Europe as well as some Native American stories. I think this is the book with the most stories out of all of Andrew Lang's books (I think The Olive Fairy Book has the least). My favorite stories: - The Story of the Emperor's New Clothes - The Iron Stove - The Little Green Frog - The Glass Mountain - Alphege, or the Green Monkey (really love this one) - Fairer-than-a-Fairy - The Flower Queen's Daughter - The Death of the Sun-Hero (this one's really sad) - The Swineherd - The Nightingale This one had a really good selection, which I am impressed with. There's no major complaints that I have about this book, so I'm giving it a perfect score.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mariangel

    This collection has an assortment of tales by the Brothers Grimm, Andersen, Afanasiev and several folk stories from other northern countries. The ones I liked best were by Andersen. Daniel: I liked all the stories very much.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Elinor Loredan

    I started out loving the stories, then they got less enchanting and more redundant and brutal. Favorites: The Dragon of the North The Golden Crab The Little Green Frog The Crow The Flower Queen's Daughter The Flying Ship (I love gifted companion stories like this) The Seven-Headed Serpent (rather anticlimactic at the end, and how could that king live with himself, sending young people to die every year? But somehow I liked the atmosphere of the story) The Grateful Beasts The Wizard King (I feel sympathy I started out loving the stories, then they got less enchanting and more redundant and brutal. Favorites: The Dragon of the North The Golden Crab The Little Green Frog The Crow The Flower Queen's Daughter The Flying Ship (I love gifted companion stories like this) The Seven-Headed Serpent (rather anticlimactic at the end, and how could that king live with himself, sending young people to die every year? But somehow I liked the atmosphere of the story) The Grateful Beasts The Wizard King (I feel sympathy with him--he just couldn't force it, could he?) Fairer Than a Fairy The Death of the Sun-Hero (really thought-provoking, challenging us to be careful when we give ourselves titles we may not deserve) The Witch The Witch in the Stone Boat Hermod and Hadvor

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    Another beautiful book with amazing stories. I particularly enjoyed the native american fairy tales in this book. Also, as I continue to read these fairy tale series a few things stand out: One, we will ALWAYS make mistakes. Two, we should always try to persever and correct out mistakes, which hopefully will be rewarded in the end (and maybe not the way we thought we would be rewarded!) Three, love is really a powerful force, and that there is infatuation (which during this time, dumb mistakes are Another beautiful book with amazing stories. I particularly enjoyed the native american fairy tales in this book. Also, as I continue to read these fairy tale series a few things stand out: One, we will ALWAYS make mistakes. Two, we should always try to persever and correct out mistakes, which hopefully will be rewarded in the end (and maybe not the way we thought we would be rewarded!) Three, love is really a powerful force, and that there is infatuation (which during this time, dumb mistakes are made) and then there is true love (where we sacrifice ourselves in order to make those we love happy).

  13. 4 out of 5

    Josh Parr

    All the Lang books are required reading. Pre- Joseph Campbell panoramas of history's imagination. Great illustrations and grittier lessons than any Disney wants to teach. All the Lang books are required reading. Pre- Joseph Campbell panoramas of history's imagination. Great illustrations and grittier lessons than any Disney wants to teach.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    2.75 stars. First, I wanted mention a few small issues I have with this book, specifically the edition I have, because it did impact the reading experience. None of the page numbers match up in the Kindle edition I have, not even within the book itself. For example, the table of contents states that the story is on page 100, but when I go to the story the page number at the bottom says 80. I think this is because the edition I have does not include illustrations or woodcuts, despite having lists 2.75 stars. First, I wanted mention a few small issues I have with this book, specifically the edition I have, because it did impact the reading experience. None of the page numbers match up in the Kindle edition I have, not even within the book itself. For example, the table of contents states that the story is on page 100, but when I go to the story the page number at the bottom says 80. I think this is because the edition I have does not include illustrations or woodcuts, despite having lists of them at the beginning of the book. The book lists the final story as starting on page 319, but the Kindle says that it has 253 pages, and here on Goodreads it says it only has 156 pages. This is a minor annoyance, but I wish it was more consistent because I've never had this problem before. There were also no attributions at the end of each story about what country or culture it came from, which is always interesting to know. This is definitely my least favorite of the books in this series I've read so far. There were a lot stories that fell into the just okay category for me, and only one that I really loved, which was Thumbelina. There were more stories that I disliked than the number of ones I liked. Favorites: Thumbelina Good: The Six Swans The Donkey Cabbage The Grateful Beasts The Giants and the Herd-Boy The Invisible Prince The Wizard King Alphege, or the Green Monkey Fairer-than-a-Fairy The Glass Axe The White Duck The Witch and her Servants The Magic Ring The Flower Queen's Daughter The Snow-daughter and the Fire-son The Story of King Frost The Swineherd The Witch in the Stone Boat The Nightingale The Steadfast Tin-soldier Okay: The Cat and the Mouse in Partnership The Dragon of the North Story of the Emperor's New Clothes The Golden Crab The Iron Stove The Little Green Frog The Crow How Six Men travelled through the Wide World The Nixy The Glass Mountain The Three Brothers The Boy and the Wolves, or the Broken Promise The Dead Wife In the Land of Souls The Flying Ship The Death of the Sun-hero The Witch The Story of Big Klaus and Little Klaus Prince Ring How to Tell a True Princess (A.K.A The Princess and the Pea) The Blue Mountains The Tinder-box Hermod and Hadvor Didn't Like: The Dragon and his Grandmother The Seven-headed Serpent The Hazel-nut Child Blockhead Hans A Story about a Darning-needle

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I love reading fairy tales - and especially a whole collection - I love seeing the common themes that the different ways the same stories are told. Although I may not agree with all of the messages - i am always interested to see how social norms get played out in these stories. In this collection - I was particularly interested in the themes of forgiveness and justice and the choices that characters make in regards to this. Not my favorite collection of stories but a few new ones I have not hea I love reading fairy tales - and especially a whole collection - I love seeing the common themes that the different ways the same stories are told. Although I may not agree with all of the messages - i am always interested to see how social norms get played out in these stories. In this collection - I was particularly interested in the themes of forgiveness and justice and the choices that characters make in regards to this. Not my favorite collection of stories but a few new ones I have not heard told in that particular manner.

  16. 4 out of 5

    AE

    This was a lot of fun and there were some pretty crazy stories included. Very few of the selections in this one were the main classics, which I think were mostly already covered in the previous three books. Steadfast Tin Soldier is in this one, which I'm not personally fond of. There were a couple of weird short fairy tales that felt kind of random and abrupt (e.g. the Darning Needle). But otherwise, I enjoyed my romp through old fairy tales, and I actually was quite fond of the Nightingale stor This was a lot of fun and there were some pretty crazy stories included. Very few of the selections in this one were the main classics, which I think were mostly already covered in the previous three books. Steadfast Tin Soldier is in this one, which I'm not personally fond of. There were a couple of weird short fairy tales that felt kind of random and abrupt (e.g. the Darning Needle). But otherwise, I enjoyed my romp through old fairy tales, and I actually was quite fond of the Nightingale story when I read it again. On to more color fairy books!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cait

    Didn't realise that this was the fourth book in the series of fairy books until I started it. It's a collection of stories though they can be read out of order. Some of the stories were retelling earlier ones in the book or were kind of repetitious but I guess that's kind of the nature of fairy tales. There were some really funny little bits or lines in the stories. Some were even pretty dark. Didn't realise that this was the fourth book in the series of fairy books until I started it. It's a collection of stories though they can be read out of order. Some of the stories were retelling earlier ones in the book or were kind of repetitious but I guess that's kind of the nature of fairy tales. There were some really funny little bits or lines in the stories. Some were even pretty dark.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kayla

    I'm glad that I took the time to read some old fairy tales, most of which I've never heard before. The only thing I didn't like was that it was so mentally exhausting to read a whole story in just a few pages. I'm glad that I took the time to read some old fairy tales, most of which I've never heard before. The only thing I didn't like was that it was so mentally exhausting to read a whole story in just a few pages.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rose

    This isn't my favourite of Lang's fairy books so far - some of the stories failed to capture my interest as well as others. Still, the illustrations in this edition are lovely and I still found plenty to loke about the tales. This isn't my favourite of Lang's fairy books so far - some of the stories failed to capture my interest as well as others. Still, the illustrations in this edition are lovely and I still found plenty to loke about the tales.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Elsbeth Magilton

    Started reading a story or two a night. These fairy books were a staple of my youth, largely because of the illustrations. These are not the friendly children’s fairytales of Disney, but a cultural storytelling review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    ✨Jinglemarco✨ Маркуша - Мишутка (Nursery rhymes enthusiast)*

    A nice collection in the colored fairytales series, and the drawings are delightful, as usual!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amy "the book-bat"

    A lot of similarities in stories... I guess because they are from different countries and the books are showing that different countries have similar fairy tales?

  23. 5 out of 5

    Vino Venitas

    Disturbing is the best way to describe this.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vino Venitas

    This book is disturbing ... fairy tales are mean.

  25. 5 out of 5

    An Odd1

    48 tales. Two famous are The Emperor's New Clothes and How to tell a true Princess aka The Princess and the Pea. The details may not be as memorable as the moral, such as loyalty in The Steadfast Tin Soldier. Variations can change a sad ending to happy. 104 illustrations - 22 plates, 82 woodcuts. 1 The Cat and the Mouse in Partnership 1 2 The Six Swans 4 3 The Dragon of the North 9 4 Story of the Emperor's New Clothes 21 5 The Golden Crab 26 6 The Iron Stove 32 7 The Dragon and his Grandmother 38 8 The 48 tales. Two famous are The Emperor's New Clothes and How to tell a true Princess aka The Princess and the Pea. The details may not be as memorable as the moral, such as loyalty in The Steadfast Tin Soldier. Variations can change a sad ending to happy. 104 illustrations - 22 plates, 82 woodcuts. 1 The Cat and the Mouse in Partnership 1 2 The Six Swans 4 3 The Dragon of the North 9 4 Story of the Emperor's New Clothes 21 5 The Golden Crab 26 6 The Iron Stove 32 7 The Dragon and his Grandmother 38 8 The Donkey Cabbage 42 9 The Little Green Frog 50 10 The Seven-headed Serpent 60 11 The Grateful Beasts 64 12 The Giants and the Herd-boy 75 13 The Invisible Prince 78 14 The Crow 92 15 How Six Men travelled through the Wide World 95 16 The Wizard King 100 17 The Nixy 108 18 The Glass Mountain 114 19 Alphege, or the Green Monkey 119 20 Fairer-than-a-Fairy 126 21 The Three Brothers 134 22 The Boy and the Wolves, or the Broken Promise 138 23 The Glass Axe 141 24 The Dead Wife 149 25 In the Land of Souls 152 26 The White Duck 155 27 The Witch and her Servants 161 28 The Magic Ring 178 29 The Flower Queen's Daughter 192 30 The Flying Ship 198 31 The Snow-daughter and the Fire-son 206 32 The Story of King Frost 209 33 The Death of the Sun-hero 213 34 The Witch 216 35 The Hazel-nut Child 222 36 The Story of Big Klaus and Little Klaus 225 37 Prince Ring 237 38 The Swineherd 249 39 How to tell a True Princess 254 40 The Blue Mountains 256 41 The Tinder-box 265 42 The Witch in the Stone Boat 274 43 Thumbelina is a babe inside a tulip petal, given by a fairy to a fine barren old woman. When full-grown 1" tall, she is stolen away by a jealous old frog to marry her son. A butterfly, swallow, mouse, mole and flower-prince take part in the rest of her story. (view spoiler)[ A white xx butterfly tows her leaf far down the river. A xx . A lonely old mouse shelters her but will snap "her sharp white teeth" xx unless the girl accepts the spring wedding proposal of old neighbor mole. Secretly, the sad waif revives a swallow frozen in the tunnel and feeds him over the cold winter, and flies south on his back. " " xx. She accepts a flower prince husband, wings, and new name, Mayflower. (hide spoiler)] see Damselfly http xx 44 The Nightingale sings for the Emperor of China until the Emperor of Japan sends a jewelled bird with one waltz, that eventually breaks. (view spoiler)[ Nightingale returns to revive the Emperor from his deathbed, warning not to expose his "little bird that tells him everything". (hide spoiler)] 45 Hermod and Hadvor 301 46 The Steadfast Tin-soldier, made last from the "same old tin spoon", stood as "firmly on his one leg as" his 24 brothers. He loves a "dainty little lady" Dancer up on one leg. A dark imp sends him outside, down a gutter, swallowed by a fish. (view spoiler)[ Rescued by the cook, sadly they both burn. He melts to a heart-shape lump, she crisps to a black cinder from her head-size gilt sash rose. (hide spoiler)] 47 Blockhead Hans 313 48 A Story about a Darning-needle 319

  26. 4 out of 5

    Stuart

    The Yellow Fairy Book contains 48 tales, if I counted correctly. This collection contains two very well known tales in Thumbelina and the Emperor's New Clothes, a personal favorite of mine. There is also my wife's and most girls favorite How to Tell a True Princess. Many might not recognize it by this title, but if I told you that it involved a princess, a bunch of mattresses, and a pea, you would immediately know the story. In fact, I know a few people who tried this very test when they were li The Yellow Fairy Book contains 48 tales, if I counted correctly. This collection contains two very well known tales in Thumbelina and the Emperor's New Clothes, a personal favorite of mine. There is also my wife's and most girls favorite How to Tell a True Princess. Many might not recognize it by this title, but if I told you that it involved a princess, a bunch of mattresses, and a pea, you would immediately know the story. In fact, I know a few people who tried this very test when they were little. Unfortunately, none of them turned out to be princesses. Within this book, there are also Polish tales like The Glass Mountain and French tales like The Wizard King. Not all the tales are happy. Though, one should never expect them to be. But each are enchanting and expose you and your children to different cultures and different takes on familiar tales. If you are a fan of fairy tales, this series is for you. The books are wonderfully constructed, and the vibrant dust jackets stand out on your shelf and make for a beautiful collection. I hope they will continue to publish these wonderful books until my collection is complete. Judging by the previous release schedule, there should (emphasis on should) be another two put out at the end of this year or beginning of next year, and they would be the Pink and Grey books. Until then, remember that if you like tangible books and want good books like this to continue to be available in print, then you have to support smaller publishers like Hesperus Press.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dara Salley

    This was a fairly interesting collection of fairy tales from all over the world. I think the stories would probably be better as told by a story-teller, instead of reading them on a page. When reading them they come across as a bare statement of fact, almost like a newspaper report. They also tend to be somewhat repetitive. I guess you have to use your imagination to make them interesting! I’ve read fairy tales since I was a child but it never ceases to astonish me how violent they are. People co This was a fairly interesting collection of fairy tales from all over the world. I think the stories would probably be better as told by a story-teller, instead of reading them on a page. When reading them they come across as a bare statement of fact, almost like a newspaper report. They also tend to be somewhat repetitive. I guess you have to use your imagination to make them interesting! I’ve read fairy tales since I was a child but it never ceases to astonish me how violent they are. People complain about 21st century children being exposed to violence through video games and movies, but these fairy tales are, in my opinion, equally disturbing. It was fun to re-read some stories I’m familiar with from my childhood and also to read some new ones.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Christiane

    Andrew Lang collected fairy and folk tales from all over the world in his "color" collections. It's a great way to read unfamiliar tales, and also to see how much similarity there is in stories from different cultures. Everyone seems to have a version of the Cinderella story for example. Oh, and step-mothers are always wicked and the first two sons or daughters might as well stay home because it's always the third child who is destined to succeed. Andrew Lang collected fairy and folk tales from all over the world in his "color" collections. It's a great way to read unfamiliar tales, and also to see how much similarity there is in stories from different cultures. Everyone seems to have a version of the Cinderella story for example. Oh, and step-mothers are always wicked and the first two sons or daughters might as well stay home because it's always the third child who is destined to succeed.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Warren Rochelle

    I set myself a goal of reading all the Lang color fairy tale collections--so far, blue, red, green, and now, yellow. Pink is next. I remember reading somewhere Robin McKinley had done the same thing and and as she is a writer I admire, I thought doing so was worth emulating. I know I read many of the collections as a child, but that was back when I was in elementary school and I am finding I remember the covers than the stories. It's fun. I set myself a goal of reading all the Lang color fairy tale collections--so far, blue, red, green, and now, yellow. Pink is next. I remember reading somewhere Robin McKinley had done the same thing and and as she is a writer I admire, I thought doing so was worth emulating. I know I read many of the collections as a child, but that was back when I was in elementary school and I am finding I remember the covers than the stories. It's fun.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Rojai Williams

    this book has a lot of interesting stories from many different parts of the world.this book has many interesting fairy tale like why the mouse dont like cats and why the dragons do let people know they exist and some of these stories haves morals and some of these don't but either way you can still enjoy them because some people can relate to them or they cant baecause ther so ....well out of this world and into another this book has a lot of interesting stories from many different parts of the world.this book has many interesting fairy tale like why the mouse dont like cats and why the dragons do let people know they exist and some of these stories haves morals and some of these don't but either way you can still enjoy them because some people can relate to them or they cant baecause ther so ....well out of this world and into another

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