10 Famous Fairy tale Storybooks For Kids


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Fairy tales are a large part of the classic literature genre. They come from all around the world and there is one for every age group, but not every fairy tale has been adapted into a storybook. Here is a list of 10 famous fairy tale storybooks that you should check out:

The Puss in Boots Fairy Tale Book

A group of people standing on top of a snow covered mountain

This is a classic tale about an abandoned cat who lives with a miller and his family. He convinces them to let him try on boots that had been left at their house by a traveler. When the cat continues to bring more wealth, they begin to wonder how he got it. Eventually, the truth is revealed and he becomes a prince after marrying the king’s daughter.

Cinderella Fairy Tale Book

A castle with a clock tower in the background with Neuschwanstein Castle in the background

This Cinderella book features a protagonist that is kind and patient while being mistreated by her stepmother and stepsisters but has dreams of going to balls with charming princes who will whisk her away from her horrible life. There are even some darker parts in this retelling where some parts of the magic have not been worked out or simply do not exist, which is a common theme in many versions of this tale.

Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

This is a retelling of the classic story by the Grimm brothers. It features Snow White being mistreated by her stepmother and ends with her living happily ever after with the dwarves.

Hansel & Gretel

This fairy tale book features a brother and sister that stumble upon a house made of candy, gingerbread, and cakes while they were lost in the woods. The house belongs to a witch who wants to eat them but eventually fails as she gets tricked into dying from eating too much candy.

Rumpelstiltskin’s Daughter

This is also known as “The Boy Who Drew Cats” and it has become one of the most popular fairy tales of the 20th century. It is about a boy who can’t seem to stop drawing cats and his talent for art brings him good luck. Eventually, he meets a man who helps him turn his talent into a money-making business, but he must keep the man’s secret.

The Three Billy Goats Gruff

This is one of the most popular Scandinavian fairy tales and it follows three goats that need to cross a bridge to get to a meadow. The first two goats are polite and manage to cross the bridge, but the third goat gets bullied by troll that lives under the bridge. The third goat gets help from a bigger and stronger goat to finally get rid of the troll.

The Ugly Duckling Fairy Tale Book

This is one of the most well-known fairy tales by Andersen. It follows an ugly duckling that is rejected by other ducks because he does not look like them. He eventually matures into a beautiful swan and is accepted by his peers.

Little Red Riding Hood

This story is about a young girl who delivers food to her grandmother’s house, but she is stopped by a big bad wolf on the way. The wolf tricks her into thinking he is her grandmother, but she eventually realizes the truth and escapes.

Tom Thumb

This is a story about a boy who is born so small that he fits into a thimble. He has many adventures but eventually returns home to his family.

The Pied Piper of Hamelin

This story is about the pied piper of Hamelin who comes to the town and uses his music to lure away all of the children. The townspeople make a deal with him to get their children back, but they renege on the deal and the piper takes revenge by piping them all away.

Each of these stories is perfect for bedtime reading and can help introduce kids to the world of fairy tales. Not only are they entertaining, but they can also teach kids about morals and values. These storybooks are sure to keep your child entertained while also teaching them something valuable. If you’re looking for a good way to keep your child entertained and educated, then be sure to check out these 10 famous fairy tale storybooks. Your child is sure to love them!

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