Fairy Tales
What are Fairy Tales?• Stories for children that come  from oral storytelling tradition• Old stories that tell of man’s  p...
Magical Characters
Magical Settings
Magic or Enchantment
Good versus Evil
Teach Lessons
Popular Fairy TalesLittle Red____________________Sleeping _____________________Jack and the ____________Snow _____________...
Next week….• We will look at some examples  of fairy tales…
An illustrated retellingof the classic tale abouta boy named Jack whouses his quick wits tooutsmart a giant andmake a fort...
A retelling of a folktale inwhich a beautiful girl with longgolden hair is kept imprisonedin a lonely tower by asorceress....
A strange little man helpsthe millers daughter spinstraw into gold for the kingon the condition that shewill give him her ...
A retelling of the well-known tale in which twochildren are left in thewoods but find their wayhome despite an encounterwi...
Although she is mistreatedby her stepmother andstepsisters, a kind-heartedyoung woman manages toattend the palace ball wit...
A mother saves herseven children fromHeckedy Peg, a witchwho has changed theminto different kinds offood. Accelerated Read...
Through her greatcapacity to love, a kindand beautiful maidreleases a handsomeprince from the spellwhich has made him anug...
Rebuffed by the princessafter retrieving her goldenball, a noble frog sets outto find a more suitablemate.
On her way todeliver a basket offood to her sickgrandmother,Elisabeth encountersa sly wolf.Accelerated ReaderReading Level...
The queen has a plan to helpthe prince find a real princessto marry.     Accelerated Reader     Reading Level: 1.8      Po...
An illustrated retellingof the fairy tale inwhich a jealous queenattempts to kill herbeautiful stepdaughterand is thwarted...
A beautiful andbeloved princess,cursed by the one fairywho was not invited toher christening, pricksher finger on hersixte...
Fractured Fairy               TalesWhen authors modernize orchange one or more of theelements of the story, thestory is ca...
Based on "Cinderella,"this story is set inTexas, the fairygodmother is a cow,and the hero, namedBubba, is the stepsonof a ...
A rhyming retelling of thestory of a young womanwho finds her prince at aHalloween ball despite theefforts of her wickedst...
Cindy Ellen losesone of her diamondspurs at the squaredance in this wildwestern retelling ofthe classic Cinderellastory.Ac...
A Spanish Americanretelling of the familiarstory of a kind girl whois mistreated by herjealous stepmother andstepsisters. ...
Mufaros twobeautiful daughters,one bad-tempered,one kind and sweet,go before the king,who is choosing awifeAccelerated Rea...
A Creole variant of thefamiliar Cinderella taleset in the Caribbean andnarrated by thegodmother who helpsCendrillon find t...
A young Chinese girlovercomes the wickednessof her stepsister andstepmother to become thebride of a prince.  Accelerated R...
After the death of hermother and father,Adelita is badlymistreated by herstepmother andstepsisters until she findsher own ...
Cinderella and Cinder Edna,who live next door to eachother, each with a cruelstepmother and stepsisters,have different app...
A girl climbs to the top of agiant beanstalk, where sheuses her quick wits tooutsmart a giant and make herand her mothers ...
After the frog turnsinto a prince, he andthe Princess do not livehappily ever after andthe Prince decides tolook for a wit...
A collection of ninefamiliar fractured talesincluding Little RedRiding Hood, Princessand the Pea, Jack andthe Beanstalk, a...
In this AfricanAmerican retelling of"Rumpelstiltskin,"Litmahn spins threadinto gold cloth for thekings new bride. Accelera...
In this Cajun versionof "Little Red RidingHood," the big badgator is no match fora sharp young girland her quick-thinking ...
In this Indonesianversion of the Cinderellastory, a girl namedDamura escapes hercruel stepmother andstepsister and marries...
The adventures of LittlePierre are based on thestories of Little TomThumb. A very tiny butclever boy outwits his olderbrot...
This version of the familiarstory in which a mistreatedstep-child finds happinesswith the "man" of herdreams is set in the...
With a "Hot diggety-dog!" and a wave of hiswhite sombrero, cowboyJoe Cinders gets the girlin this Southwesternretelling of...
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Fairy tales

  1. 1. Fairy Tales
  2. 2. What are Fairy Tales?• Stories for children that come from oral storytelling tradition• Old stories that tell of man’s problems, fears and hopes
  3. 3. Magical Characters
  4. 4. Magical Settings
  5. 5. Magic or Enchantment
  6. 6. Good versus Evil
  7. 7. Teach Lessons
  8. 8. Popular Fairy TalesLittle Red____________________Sleeping _____________________Jack and the ____________Snow _____________The Frog ____________
  9. 9. Next week….• We will look at some examples of fairy tales…
  10. 10. An illustrated retellingof the classic tale abouta boy named Jack whouses his quick wits tooutsmart a giant andmake a fortune forhimself and hiswidowed mother. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.1 Point Value: 0.5
  11. 11. A retelling of a folktale inwhich a beautiful girl with longgolden hair is kept imprisonedin a lonely tower by asorceress. Includes a note thattraces the Italian, French, andGerman origins of the story,and discusses the authorsdecision to mimic the style ofItalian Renaissance art in hisillustrations. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.6 Point Value: 0.5
  12. 12. A strange little man helpsthe millers daughter spinstraw into gold for the kingon the condition that shewill give him her first-bornchild. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.0 Point Value: 0.5
  13. 13. A retelling of the well-known tale in which twochildren are left in thewoods but find their wayhome despite an encounterwith a wicked witch. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.3 Point Value: 0.5
  14. 14. Although she is mistreatedby her stepmother andstepsisters, a kind-heartedyoung woman manages toattend the palace ball withthe help of her fairygodmother.
  15. 15. A mother saves herseven children fromHeckedy Peg, a witchwho has changed theminto different kinds offood. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.2 Point Value: 0.5
  16. 16. Through her greatcapacity to love, a kindand beautiful maidreleases a handsomeprince from the spellwhich has made him anugly beast. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 5.3 Point Value: 0.5
  17. 17. Rebuffed by the princessafter retrieving her goldenball, a noble frog sets outto find a more suitablemate.
  18. 18. On her way todeliver a basket offood to her sickgrandmother,Elisabeth encountersa sly wolf.Accelerated ReaderReading Level: 4.4 Point Value: 0.5
  19. 19. The queen has a plan to helpthe prince find a real princessto marry. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 1.8 Point Value: 0.5
  20. 20. An illustrated retellingof the fairy tale inwhich a jealous queenattempts to kill herbeautiful stepdaughterand is thwarted onevery try. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 5.1 Point Value: 0.5
  21. 21. A beautiful andbeloved princess,cursed by the one fairywho was not invited toher christening, pricksher finger on hersixteenth birthday andfalls asleep for onehundred years. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 6.1 Point Value: 0.5
  22. 22. Fractured Fairy TalesWhen authors modernize orchange one or more of theelements of the story, thestory is called a fractured fairy tale.
  23. 23. Based on "Cinderella,"this story is set inTexas, the fairygodmother is a cow,and the hero, namedBubba, is the stepsonof a wicked rancher. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.8 Point Value: 0.5
  24. 24. A rhyming retelling of thestory of a young womanwho finds her prince at aHalloween ball despite theefforts of her wickedstepmother. The maincharacters are skeletons. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 5.2 Point Value: 0.5
  25. 25. Cindy Ellen losesone of her diamondspurs at the squaredance in this wildwestern retelling ofthe classic Cinderellastory.Accelerated ReaderReading Level: 5.0 Point Value: 0.5
  26. 26. A Spanish Americanretelling of the familiarstory of a kind girl whois mistreated by herjealous stepmother andstepsisters. In thisversion, the Virgin Maryreplaces the traditionalfairy godmother. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.6 Point Value: 0.5
  27. 27. Mufaros twobeautiful daughters,one bad-tempered,one kind and sweet,go before the king,who is choosing awifeAccelerated ReaderReading Level: 4.3 Point Value: 0.5
  28. 28. A Creole variant of thefamiliar Cinderella taleset in the Caribbean andnarrated by thegodmother who helpsCendrillon find true love. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.7 Point Value: 0.5
  29. 29. A young Chinese girlovercomes the wickednessof her stepsister andstepmother to become thebride of a prince. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 5.0 Point Value: 0.5
  30. 30. After the death of hermother and father,Adelita is badlymistreated by herstepmother andstepsisters until she findsher own true love at agrand fiesta. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.3 Point Value: 0.5
  31. 31. Cinderella and Cinder Edna,who live next door to eachother, each with a cruelstepmother and stepsisters,have different approaches tolife. Although both end upwith the princes of theirdreams, one is a great dealhappier than the other. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.5 Point Value: 0.5
  32. 32. A girl climbs to the top of agiant beanstalk, where sheuses her quick wits tooutsmart a giant and make herand her mothers fortune. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.6 Point Value: 0.5
  33. 33. After the frog turnsinto a prince, he andthe Princess do not livehappily ever after andthe Prince decides tolook for a witch to helphim remedy thesituation. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.2 Point Value: 0.5
  34. 34. A collection of ninefamiliar fractured talesincluding Little RedRiding Hood, Princessand the Pea, Jack andthe Beanstalk, and theUgly Duckling. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.4 Point Value: 0.5
  35. 35. In this AfricanAmerican retelling of"Rumpelstiltskin,"Litmahn spins threadinto gold cloth for thekings new bride. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.3 Point Value: 0.5
  36. 36. In this Cajun versionof "Little Red RidingHood," the big badgator is no match fora sharp young girland her quick-thinking cat.Accelerated ReaderReading Level: 3.9 Point Value: 0.5
  37. 37. In this Indonesianversion of the Cinderellastory, a girl namedDamura escapes hercruel stepmother andstepsister and marries ahandsome prince withthe help of GrandmotherCrocodile. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.4 Point Value: 0.5
  38. 38. The adventures of LittlePierre are based on thestories of Little TomThumb. A very tiny butclever boy outwits his olderbrothers, an ogre, analligator, and a giant catfishto rescue a rich mansdaughter in this Cajunversion of a French fairytale. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 4.0 Point Value: 0.5
  39. 39. This version of the familiarstory in which a mistreatedstep-child finds happinesswith the "man" of herdreams is set in the old-growth forest and featuresBigfoot characters. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.3 Point Value: 0.5
  40. 40. With a "Hot diggety-dog!" and a wave of hiswhite sombrero, cowboyJoe Cinders gets the girlin this Southwesternretelling of the Cinderellastory. Accelerated Reader Reading Level: 3.4 Point Value: 0.5

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