The Yellow Fairy Book

Andrew Lang

Book Description

"The Yellow Fairy Book," edited by Andrew Lang and first published in 1894, is a captivating collection of fairy tales and folk stories from diverse cultures around the world. As part of Lang's acclaimed "Color Fairy Books" series, it stands as a testament to the enduring appeal of folklore and storytelling. Within the pages of "The Yellow Fairy Book," readers embark on a journey through the enchanting realms of myth and magic. The tales encompass a wide range of characters and themes, from courageous heroes and clever heroines to mythical creatures and whimsical adventures. Some of the celebrated stories in this volume include "The Dragon and His Grandmother," "The Story of the Emperor's New Clothes," and "The Blue Belt." The yellow cover of the book invites readers to explore a world of wonder and imagination, where they will encounter themes of bravery, wit, kindness, and the triumph of good over evil. Overall, "The Yellow Fairy Book" continues to enchant and inspire readers of all ages. It is a cherished addition to the collection of fairy tale enthusiasts and a reminder of the enduring power of storytelling to transport us to far-off lands and captivate our imaginations. This book is copyright free and can be downloaded for free.

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