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Last fairy tales

26Apr
2012
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aladdin-audio

Aladdin // Audio book

Aladdin (Arabic: علاء الدين‎, ʻAlāʼ ad-Dīn, IPA: ; meaning, “glory of religion”) is a Middle Eastern folk tale. It is one of the tales in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights), and one of the most famous, although it was actually added to the collection by Antoine Galland (see sources

24Apr
2012
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An old story has a new read

An old story has a new read

The internet has transformed the most traditional things in our culture. Of course, online access has caused people to shop, communicate, and gain information in an entirely different way. But we even do things like consume classic literature and new versions of those classics in a different way, as visitors to I Tell You A

22Apr
2012
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thumbling

Thumbling // Audio book

In the first story, Thumbling, a poor childless peasant couple wishes for a child “no matter how small” aloud. Seven months later the wife has a small child “no longer than a thumb” which they call “Thumbling” and who becomes a “wise and nimble creature.” Thumbling as he grows wishes to help his father in

22Apr
2012
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thumbling

Thumbling // Audio book

In the first story, Thumbling, a poor childless peasant couple wishes for a child “no matter how small” aloud. Seven months later the wife has a small child “no longer than a thumb” which they call “Thumbling” and who becomes a “wise and nimble creature.” Thumbling as he grows wishes to help his father in

20Apr
2012
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jack-beanstalk

Jack and the beanstalk // Audio book

Jack and the Beanstalk is an English folktale. The tale is closely associated with the tale of Jack the Giant-killer, and is known under a number of versions. Benjamin Tabart’s moralized version of 1807 is the first appearance in print, but “Felix Summerly” (Henry Cole) popularized it in The Home Treasury (1842), and Joseph Jacobs

20Apr
2012
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jack-beanstalk

Jack and the beanstalk // Audio book

Jack and the Beanstalk is an English folktale. The tale is closely associated with the tale of Jack the Giant-killer, and is known under a number of versions. Benjamin Tabart’s moralized version of 1807 is the first appearance in print, but “Felix Summerly” (Henry Cole) popularized it in The Home Treasury (1842), and Joseph Jacobs