The Green Fairy Book

Andrew Land

Book Description

"The Green Fairy Book," edited by Andrew Lang and first published in 1892, is a remarkable addition to the renowned "Color Fairy Books" series. This collection compiles an array of enchanting folktales and fairy stories from various cultures and traditions, presenting readers with a kaleidoscope of magical worlds and moral lessons. Within "The Green Fairy Book," readers will encounter captivating tales from Europe, Asia, and Africa, each with its own unique charm. The stories feature an assortment of characters, including valiant heroes, cunning heroines, mythical creatures, and magical beings. Some notable stories in this anthology include "The Blue Bird," "The Three Little Pigs," and "The Golden Goose." What sets "The Green Fairy Book" apart is its ability to transport readers to far-off lands and times, delving into themes of bravery, wit, generosity, and the consequences of one's actions. The green cover of the book symbolizes the lush and vibrant worlds that lie within its pages. As with other volumes in the series, "The Green Fairy Book" continues to delight and inspire readers of all ages. It offers a treasury of stories that entertain and impart valuable life lessons, making it an enduring classic in the realm of world folklore and fairy tales.

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