Aesop's Fables or Aesopica : a collection of fables by Aesop (620560 BC), a slave and story-teller who lived in Ancient Greece . . .


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Grimms' Fairy Tales - 1

Grimms' Fairy Tales - 2

Hans Christian Andersen

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Grimms' Fairy Tales

Grimms' Fairy Tales are a collection of German original stories first published in 1812 by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, the Brothers Grimm.

The collection is commonly known today as Grimms' Fairy Tales


A Riddling Tale



Brides On Their Trial

Brother and Sister

Brother Lustig

Cat and Mouse in Partnership


Clever Elsie

Clever Gretel

Clever Hans

Death's Messengers

Doctor Knowall

Domestic Servants

Donkey Cabbages

Eve's Various Children

Fair Katrinelje and Pif-Paf-Poltrie

Faithful John

Ferdinand the Faithful

Fitcher's Bird

Frau Trude

Frederick and Catherine


Gambling Hansel

Godfather Death

God's Food

Going A-Travelling

Gossip Wolf and the Fox

Hans in Luck

Hans Married

Hans the Hedgehog

Hansel and Grethel

Herr Korbes

How Six Men Got On in the World

Iron John

Jorinda and Joringel

King Thrushbeard

Knoist and His Three Sons

Lazy Harry

Lean Lisa

Little Briar-Rose

Little Red-Cap

Little Snow-White

Maid Maleen

Master Pfriem

Mother Holle

Odds and Ends

Old Hildebrand

Old Rinkrank

Old Sultan

One-Eye, Two-Eyes, and Three-Eyes

Our Lady's Child

Poverty and Humility Lead to Heaven



Sharing Joy and Sorrow

Simeli Mountain

Snow-White and Rose-Red

St. Joseph in the Forest

Stories About Snakes

Strong Hans

Sweet Porridge

Sweetheart Roland

The Aged Mother

The Beam

The Bittern and the Hoopoe

The Blue Light

The Boots of Buffalo-Leather

The Bremen Town-Musicians

The Bright Sun Brings It to Light

The Crumbs on the Table

The Crystal Ball

The Cunning Little Tailor

The Death of the Little Hen

The Devil and His Grandmother

The Devil with the Three Golden Hairs

The Devil's Sooty Brother

The Ditmarsch Tale of Wonders

The Dog and the Sparrow

The Donkey

The Drummer

The Duration of Life

The Ear of Corn

The Elves - 1

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The Elves - 3

The Fisherman and His Wife

The Flail from Heaven

The Four Skilful Brothers

The Fox and the Cat

The Fox and the Geese

The Fox and the Horse

The Frog King, or Iron Henry

The Giant and the Tailor

The Girl Without Hands

The Glass Coffin

The Godfather

The Gold-Children

The Golden Bird

The Golden Goose

The Golden Key (end missing)

The Good Bargain

The Goose-Girl

The Goose-Girl at the Well

The Grave-Mound

The Griffin

The Hare and the Hedgehog

The Hare's Bride

The Hazel-Branch

The Hut in the Forest

The Iron Stove

The Jew Among Thorns

The Juniper-Tree

The King of the Golden Mountain

The King's Son Who Feared Nothing

The Knapsack, The Hat, and The Horn

The Lambkin and the Little Fish

The Lazy Spinner

The Little Folks' Presents

The Little Peasant

The Lord's Animals and the Devil's

The Louse and the Flea

The Maid of Brakel

The Master-Thief

The Moon

The Mouse, the Bird, and the Sausage

The Nail

The Nix of the Mill-Pond

The Old Beggar-Woman

The Old Man and His Grandson

The Old Man Made Young Again

The Old Woman in the Wood

The Owl

. . . may you find your prince and live happily ever after.
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