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Illustrated Backdrops
in order of appearance in the book:

Hansel and Gretel
Jack and the Beanstalk
The Frog Prince
Little Red Riding Hood
Rapunzel
Beauty and the Beast
Pinocchio
The Elves and the Shoemaker
Rumpelstiltskin
Three Billy Goats Gruff
Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
Aladdin
The Princess and the Pea
The Ugly Duckling
Cinderella

 
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Fairy Tales have evolved since the 16th century to over two hundred stories known today.  Even the most popular narratives have been embellished with social and cultural translations.   Oral storytelling provides the flexibility of improvisation, whether a fairy tale is told to teach a moral or provide entertainment. Storytellers of all ages are encouraged to take part in the creative process that brings about a unique bond with their listeners.
To learn the narratives of the original/adapted fairy tales, visit one of the following sites:

SplashLearn

Storyberries

Stories to Grow By