The Story of the Man who did not Wish to Die
Sentaro wishes to live forever, he wants to avoid dying at all costs. When he ends up in a land where people live forever, he finds that things are not as straightforward as he imagined.
The Golden Goose
A good-natured son wins a golden-feathered goose through his kindness, however anyone who touches it gets stuck. Beautifully illustrated by Leonard Leslie Brooke.
Santa and the Leprechauns
Santa gets into a spot of bother over Ireland, but luckily the little green guys come to the rescue!
Raggedy Ann Learns a Lesson
Raggedy Ann learns an important lesson after leading a raid on the pantry.
Ella the Rabbit
Ella the rabbit doesn’t like the way she looks because she is not like all the other rabbits in the forest. She decides to do something about it, but when things go terribly wrong, she learns a valuable lesson.
Old King Cole
King Cole is very demanding but he loved a party, especially involving his three fiddlers.
The Little Ladybird
In this traditional Portuguese folktale, adapted and translated by Dulce Rodrigues, a vain ladybird has a huge choice of suitors, but does she choose the right one?
The Tale of Flopsy Bunnies
Flopsy Bunnies, while raiding a rubbish heap of rotting vegetables, fall asleep and are captured by Mr. McGregor who places them in a sack.
The Golden Bird
A prince has to find a golden bird to bring back to his father, but why does he keep ignoring the advice of the kind fox he helps along the way?
King O’Toole and his Goose
King O’Toole is sad that his goose is getting old, so when an old gypsy makes him an offer to rejuvenate it, he cannot refuse.
Sketch the Dormouse and the Bakers’ Spice
A new tale in the classic genre of Cat vs. Mouse. Sketch is hungry, but so is Knitty. When the dormouse finds himself dredged in flour, an escape into the snowy countryside seems like the safest bet, except he’s also been dredged in catnip.
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