Jack and the Beanstalk
Jack exchanges a cow for a handful of beans. Even though his mother is angry, a giant beanstalk leads on to a great adventure.
Puss In Boots
A miller’s son inherits a clever cat who helps him win power and fortune.
Little Tom Thumb goes out to the world and experiences a series of mishaps, but always comes through. Beautifully illustrated by L. Leslie Brooke.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Three bears are upset when they find that someone has been eating their porridge.
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.
Little One-Eye, Two-Eyes and Three-Eyes
A girl is mistreated by her sisters One-Eye and Three-Eyes. When a kind woman provides her with a way to always eat well, her sisters become very suspicious.
The Three Little Men in the Woods
An evil step-mother tries to get rid of her beautiful step-daughter.
Snow-White and Rose-Red
A bear stops by the cottage to warm himself and becomes friendly with two nice girls. Later on he plays his part in sorting out a very mean dwarf.
The Frog Prince
A frog helps a Princess retrieve her golden ball from the fountain, but she doesn’t want to keep her promise of letting him become her friend.
A hard-working girl get a great reward but when her lazy step-sister tries to follow suit, it doesn’t quite go to plan.
Rapunzel has to live up a tower and let down her hair whenever the enchantress who has imprisoned her wants to climb up. When a King’s son finds out about this, things start to get interesting.