The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales: Volume 1 #Illustrated #Free #Amazon #eBook

The Brothers Grimm Illustrated Fairy Tales_Vol 1

Get a copy of the classic children’s fairy tale collection by the Brothers Grimm for Free on Amazon for your Kindle device. This is a limited time offer so make sure you go get it right away!

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm wrote over two hundred fairy tales called, Kinder-und Hausmärchen, (Children’s and Household Tales) that was published in 1812. The collection is translated by Andrea Emmes.

Filled with moral lessons that are not wrapped up in the now expected “Disney-like” feel, these stories may shock or scare you, but they have been the inspiration for some of the most beloved modern fairy tales we know and love.

Sixty-two fairy tales included in this collection: The Golden Bird; Hans in Luck; Jorinda and Jorindal; The Traveling Musicians; Old Sultan; The Straw, the Coal and the Bean; Briar Rose; The Dog and the Sparrow; The Twelve Dancing Princesses; The Fisherman and his Wife; The Frog Prince; Cat and Mouse in Partnership; The Goose Girl; The Adventures of Chanticleer and Partlet; Rapunzel; Fundevogel; The Valiant Little Tailor; Hansel and Gretel; The Mouse, the Bird and the Sausage; Mother Holle; Little Red-Cap; The Robber Bridegroom; Tom Thumb; Rumpelstiltskin; Clever Gretel; The Old Man and his Grandson; The Little Peasant; Frederick and Catherine; Sweetheart Roland; Snowdrop; The Pin; Clever Elsie; The Miser in the Bush; Ashputtel; The White Snake; The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids; The Queen Bee; The Elves and the Shoemaker; The Juniper Tree; The Turnip; Clever Hans; The Three Languages; The Fox and the Cat; The Fox and the Horse; The Blue Light; The Raven; The Golden Goose; The Water of Life; The Twelve Huntsmen; The King of the Golden Mountain; Doctor Knowall; The Seven Ravens; The Wedding of Mrs. Fox; The Salad; The Story of the Youth Who Went Forth to Learn What Fear Was; King Grisly-Beard; Iron Hans; Cat-Skin; Snow-White and Rose-Red.

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3 comments

  1. You know I have the actual books. Theses are no children books. Some of the stories are so vile. However I still do try to read them to my children. The less vile ones

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  2. I haven’t read many of the Brothers Grimm original tales, but just looking at their version of Cinderella and comparing it to the Perrault and Disney versions, I can tell they’re quite dark. It’s evident that Disney really sanitized a lot of the fairy tales they adapted.

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