A delightful collection of four classic children's stories all hosted by a delightful fairy godmother and read by charming narrators. Featuring "The Three Little Pigs" by Joseph Jacobs, "The Roly-Poly Pudding" by Beatrix Potter, and L. Frank Baum's "The Story of the Cat and the Fiddle" and "The Story of Little Tommy Tucker".
Here is a wonderful collection of classic children's tales told with humor and heartfelt charm. Featured are the beloved favorite "Little Red Riding Hood", Hans Christian Andersen's "The Pea Blossom" and "The Nightengale", and L. Frank Baum's hilarious tale of the mixed-up "Man in the Moon".
A charming collection of fairy tale favorites read with warmth, tenderness, and enthusiasm. Included is the much-loved story of "Beauty and the Beast", wherein a young woman proves that a kind heart overcomes all obstacles; Also, the touching story of "Faithful John" and his unwavering loyalty to his king; "The Goose Girl", where a young princess is betrayed by her lady-in-waiting; and the sweet story of "Little Bun Rabbit", where a shy little bunny is whisked away on a magical journey to the North Pole.
A wonderful collection of classic children's tales, all narrated with heart-warming delight. Featuring "Sleeping Beauty", "The King's Son", "The Travels of Tom Thumb", and "The Story of Hickory, Dickory, Dock".
This collection of fanciful fairy tales feature all of your favorite stories narrated with fun, whimsical delight. Including the story of that rascal Rumplestiltskin and his most mysterious name; the beautiful tale of the Golden Bird, about three princes on a magical quest; the story of a Wond'rous Wise Man whose befuddled wisdom knows no bounds; and the beautiful tale of Snow White and Rose Red, two sisters whose kindness leads them to help a mysterious bear that is much more than it seems.
A delightful collection of charming animal stories told with a wink and a smile. Featuring children's author favorites L. Frank Baum and Beatrix Potter, and including "The Tale of Two Bad Mice", "Grandfather Skeeter-Hawk's Story", "Crow Talk", and the magical "Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle".
The Emperor of China has the most beautiful crystal palace in the world. But all the people who hear the nightingale in the nearby forest believe her song is far more beautiful and can remember nothing else. What's an emperor to do?
Here's a humorous collection of stories by Rudyard Kipling, the man behind the much-loved Just So Stories. "The Elephant's Child" tells the charming story of a baby elephant whose curiosity gets the best of him, while "The Cat Who Walked by Himself" tells the fanciful story of a cat who lived during a time when men lived in caves and all animals were wild.
The poor elephant's child, always in trouble for his insatiable curiosity, ventures to the banks of the great grey-green Limpopo River to find the answers to his very important question: "What do crocodiles have for dinner?" The answer may be more than he can handle!
Trapped in a mysterious castle with a fearsome beast, young Beauty is troubled by vivid dreams of a handsome prince. Can she do as the prince asks and look beyond appearances before it's too late for the beast?
With the help of some magic drops from Granny, young Dickie Dorn finds out exactly what the crows are so busy talking about.
Poor Tommy was a little boy forced to live by his wits until a rich man invited him to sing for his supper in this tale that tells of the events that led up to the famous nursery rhyme, written by L. Frank Baum, the writer of The Wizard of Oz.
In a pastoral kingdom a fearsome giant has arrived, wearing armor which he claims no sword can penetrate. Will young Prince Siegfried forge a sword sharp and sturdy enough to pierce the warrior's boasts and armor, or is the land doomed?
A whimsical tale of a man so wise that all the people near and far seek his advice. But what about the big man from Cumberland who claims to be even wiser? Hilarity ensues as the two brainiacs clash in a battle of (nit)wits.