The Pink Fairy Book

Andrew Lang

Book Description

"The Pink Fairy Book," edited by Andrew Lang and published in 1897, is a cherished addition to his famous "Color Fairy Books" series. Like its counterparts, this collection features a diverse range of fairy tales and folk stories from cultures around the world, each with its own blend of magic, adventure, and moral lessons. Within the pages of "The Pink Fairy Book," readers are invited to explore an enchanting world where heroes, heroines, and mythical beings embark on captivating adventures. The tales span various regions and traditions, offering a rich tapestry of narratives. Some of the notable stories in this volume include "The Snow-Daughter and the Fire-Son," "The Gold-Bearded Man," and "The Dragon and the Prince." What sets "The Pink Fairy Book" apart is its ability to entertain and inspire readers of all ages with its timeless tales. The pink cover of the book, like others in the series, symbolizes the whimsy and charm contained within. As with other books in the series, "The Pink Fairy Book" stands as a beloved anthology that continues to captivate and transport readers to distant lands, where they can immerse themselves in the magic and wisdom of age-old tales, highlighting the enduring power of storytelling. This book is copyright free and can be downloaded for free.

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