Herein you will find 5 books containing 84 Eastern European fold and fairy tales, plus tales of dragons, both magnanimous and evil, tales of princes on their white chargers dashing in to rescue princesses in distress and tales of the little people, the fairy folk that live in each and every fairy tale.

These books were bestsellers when they were first published, some over 120 years ago, at a time when people REALLY DID BELIEVE in fairies. These are tales from the forests and lane-side hedgerows as well as tales of fairy dances, which only ever occur at midnight under a full moon. And then there are tales of how lowly labourers applied their brains to win the hand of princesses and become kings of kingdoms and other tales of how kings, forever protective of their princesses, set ever more difficult challenges to those wanting to win the hand of their daughter, who is, of course, the fairest and most beautiful maiden in all the land!

Ideal for parents, grandparents and lovers of fairy tales and all things magic! In addition it is a unique collection for primary/elementary school libraries. TEACHERS read a page or two from each story at the end of the school day and have your students queuing up to hear the next part of the story day after day.

Bibliographic Data
ISBN, TITLE, # stories, #pages
978-1-909302-54-9 - Czechoslovak Fairy Tales 15 Stories, 236pg Illustrated.
978-1-909302-55-6 - Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen 20 Stories, 398pg Illustrated.
978-1-909302-23-5 - The Key of Gold - 23 Czech Folk Tales, 200pg Illustrated.
978-1-909302-44-0 - The Shoemaker's Apron - 20 Czechoslovak fairy tales, 270pg Illustrated.
978-1-909302-67-9 - Polish Fairy Tales 6 Stories, 192pg Illustrated.

So, find a comfy chair, and sit back with a hot toddy, and enjoy a change of scenery and a change of pace and be whisked away to a land far, far away where only magical things happen.