Folklore & Fairy Tales
In this far-fetched, rhyming tall tale, an intrepid girl reporter tries to lure away the squirrels invading her town.
It's a busy day at City Hospital. Little Red can't find Grandma and the Big Bad Wolf is choking on something...or someone.
In this captivating read-aloud, a boy who knows no fear gets a dose of humility when he encounters the three-headed giant that his grandmother warned him about.
On the way to visit her daughter, Grandma meets a hungry fox, a bear, and a tiger who want to eat her. Can she outwit them?
Six-foot Johnny cleans the plains, tames a tornado, and creates the Rocky Mountains.
When King Normous decides to rule the whole world, the King of Little Things and his subjects find a way to outsmart him and keep their kingdom safe.
Young Nasreddine derives wisdom from his very patient father as he learns to ignore his neighbor's criticism.
In a humorous retelling of an English folktale, Lord Pinkwinkle insists that his new housekeeper learn his special names for common objects.
Was that a ghost following John Leep when the cruel landlord came in the night to evict the widow Mayes?
Colorful, powerful pen and ink paintings accompany the retelling of this how and why story.
The classic tale of perseverance versus speed is set in the American Southwest.
Poems based on classic fairy tales are flipped to present another point of view.