Book List:36 titles
  • Life is not easy, especially for pretty girls: they are often devoured by wolves or ill-treated by their sisters, mothers, fathers and husbands. As for boys, when they are ugly, they can also be tormented. Actually, there is always a cruel ogre looki...




  • The Sleeping Beauty- in Spanish is the classic story of a princess who is wished upon by good and bad fairies at birth. This story continues to her sixteenth birthday when she is put to sleep by a bad fairy. Will her handsome prince come along to wak...


  • In Book III, “Thin Line of Defense” the author introduced you to three U.S. Presidents, Nixon, Ford,and Carter. The saga of the Cellophane Men during a period that spanned twelve years. In their first foray into international politics, the Cellop...



  • Diamonds and Toads is a fairy story like Cinderella, but not quite. It's a story about two sisters and their fortunes and their mother whose partiality and favoritism lands her with egg on her face and worse....


  • From the acclaimed and popular illustrator of the New York Times bestseller Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Snow White, comes a unique and visually stunning spin on Cinderella -- published to coincide with the release of the major-motion pictu...


  • This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them....






  • PERRAULT’S STORIES: Modern English THIS EDITION: The revised English text is in part a translation from Spanish. Essentially, Perrault’s fairy tales have been rewritten in contemporary English from the Spanish translation. The stories were origin...


  • It is to Perrault that we owe our acquaintance with the greater number of good old-fashioned fairy-tales, but an edition of these, although it includes such intimate friends of our childhood as Blue Beard, the Sleeping Beauty, and Little Red Riding-H...


  • The folktale of Red Riding Hood has its origins in tales from various European countries, of which several still exist, some significantly different from the better-known Perrault and Grimms versions. It was told by French peasants in the 10th centur...


  • Adapted for Kids: Award winning teacher-turned-author, Roberto Piumini retells this famous classic in an engaging way for young readers.Visually Captivating: Bright, vivid illustrations optimized for the tablet bring the story to life for kids.Global...


  • This long unavailable collection of Charles Perrault's Classic Fairy Tales has been updated for a modern readership and accompanied by the stunning illustrations of Irish artist, Harry Clarke. Although now best known for his stained glass work, Harr...


  • Classic fairytales given a modern twist with pop-up pictures and magical sounds! These books unlock the enchantment of the past and keep every child attentive to the next turn of events as they read one page after another. It's impossible not to read...



  • The book includes five famous tales by Charles Perrault illustrated by Walter Crane (40 colour illustrations): Little Red Riding Hood; The Master Cat, or Puss in Boots; Blue Beard; The Sleeping Beauty in the Woods; and Cinderella, or The Little Glass...



  • With a kiss, a sleeping princess is awakened from her cursed sleep. Charles Perraults The Sleeping Beauty and the Brothers Grimms Little Briar Rose tell the tale of a beautiful princess and a peaceful kingdom that fall under the spell of a jeal...


  • This book is a charming collection of eight of Charles Perrault's most famous reworkings of popular fairy tales illustrated by Honor C. Appleton's beautiful full page colour illustrations. Contents Include: Preface, To a Certain Little Lady, The Slee...


  • Blue Beard - By Charles Perrault. "Bluebeard" is a French literary folktale, the most famous surviving version of which was written by Charles Perrault and first published by Barbin in Paris in January 1697 in Histoires ou Contes du temps passe. The ...


  • A covert intelligence agency called the "Cellophane Men" was set in motion by President John F. Kennedy after the Bay of Pigs fiasco in 1961. He felt the intelligence community had failed him and subsequently, the entire nation. He knew he needed an ...


  • The folktale of Hansel And Gretel has its origins in stories from various European countries, relating to periods of extreme famine when families were often driven to murder, and even cannibalize, their own offspring in order to survive. As well as f...


  • The fairy tales of Perrault--stories that are known and loved around the world--are now available in this scintillating paperback edition, with twenty-six stunning illustrations by Gustave Doré. The superb translation by Christopher Betts exactly ca...


  • Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and...


  • The beautiful Marquise de Banneville meets a handsome marquis, and they fall in love. But the young woman is actually a young man (brought up as a girl and completely in the dark about her--or his--true sex), while the marquis is actually a young wom...



  • Puss in Boots," "Blue Beard," "Tom Thumb," and other beloved fairy tale classics, as set down by the man who first rescued them from the oral tradition in the 17th century. Contains six color plates and 30 black-and-white illustrations....







  • Charles Perrault's Puss in Boots has been an irresistible magnet for countless illustrators ever since this classic French tale was first published in 1697. So the question arises: Do we really need another edition of Puss? Presented with Fred Marcel...


  • "The pages sparkle with exquisite artwork and lovely colors". -- The New Yorker"A perfect picture book. The text...(has) a pertness, a kind of sauciness, that refreshes and at the same time reflects its French origin". -- Saturday Review"This favorit...



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    This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor p...


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    In the late 17th century, French author Charles Perraulthelped define the fairy tale genre, transforming what had previously been an oral tradition. This magnificent hardcover reproduces his captivating renditions of "Cinderella," "Sleeping Beauty," ...



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    Beloved fairy tale author Charles Perrault published the first known version of The Tales of Mother Goose in 1697, under the French title Histoires ou contes du temps passés, avec des moralités . The collection includes "The Sleeping...