Fairy Tales and Fables

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Emerald Activities

October 15, 2009 -- From Heather, a reader, from Burnaby, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

A creative site for kids. Build dragons, castles, snowmen, teddy bears, horses, etc… with the drag n’ drop Magic Maker Games. Colour and stamp holiday, fantasy, and animal images in the colouring books. There is also a small selection of holiday activities, crafts, and printable paper dolls.

World of Tales

September 3, 2009 -- From Viktor, a reader from Varna, Bulgaria, who is affiliated with the site.

Fun fairy tale website for kids, including fairy tales, folktales, fables, audio fairy tales, and games for children.

A Children’s Story

January 24, 2009 -- From Shoban, a parent, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, who is affiliated with the site.

A fascinating fairytale for young children illustrated with numerous moving pictures on every page. Large font for kids who can read. There is nothing like it in the Internet.

Aesop’s Fables

May 21, 2008 -- From Mike, a reader, from Perth, Australia, who is affiliated with the site.

Read Aesop’s Fables in a fun, colorful format. You can even suggest a moral for any of the fables!

Popular Children’s Stories

April 22, 2008 -- From Greg, a reader, from Chicago, US, who is affiliated with the site.

Some of the most popular children stories ever written. Numerous picture stories, story series, educational stories, nursery rhymes and holiday stories for every occasion.

The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen

February 12, 2007 -- From Yuri, a reader, from Chicago, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

“The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Andersen. The Best Children’s Book of the Year 2006. Collector’s quality. Printed in Europe. “The full page illustrations by the award winning Ukrainian artist, Vladyslav Yerko, are alone worth the price of the book. I recommend it to all ages.” – Robert Goldsborough, writer and former “Chicago Tribune Magazine” editor.

Andersen Fairytales

May 15, 2006 -- From Andrew, a reader, from Montreal, Quebec, who is affiliated with the site.

AndersenFairyTales: classic folk stories and fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen. Web-published children’s books with Flash animation and narration. Featuring cartoons, e-learning, biography of Hans Christian Andersen, and links to the fairy tales.