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Paperback The Brown Fairy Book

ISBN: 1513281666

ISBN13: 9781513281667

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Originally published in 1904, The Brown Fairy Book is a vibrant collection of classic stories that have been shared among various cultures, scholars and critics. This is one installment of Andrew Lang's popular children's series. The Brown Fairy Book brings the nuance and history of the Americas, Australia and Asia into one compelling collection. With more than 30 stories to choose from, Andrew Lang delivers a captivating fairy tale catalog. This...

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Another great example of the Andrew Lang collection.

For some odd reason, this has to be one of my favorite editions of Andrew Lang's collection. I'm not sure why. But as always, we get a good, varying dose of excellent fairy tales from different countries, bettered by the fact that these tales are little known. So, yep, I recommend this for all collectors and those who just plain love a good fairy tale.

Superb collection of fairy tales from other countries

A Beautifully illustrated collection of fairy tales from different cultures, its refreshing to read tales that aren't just european. When I first bought it I was very disappointed that they weren't the traditional French, German, and English fairy tales but after reading them I found them to be compelling and beautiful. These tales are imaginative, strange, beautiful, wistful, and gorgous. The illustrations are wonderful, they stand in a class of their own. Modern illustrators should use them as inspiration.

Another multicultural collection

It is hard to write reviews for Lang's fairy tale books which are as unique as each collection. The Brown Fairy Book once again has tales from many cultures. Included tales are: How Some Wild Animals Became Tame Ones, Story of the King Who Would Be Stronger Than Fate, The Mermaid and the Boy, The Sister of the Sun, Which Was The Foolishest?, and many others. I always enjoy the illustrations, too, although some children are disappointed they are black and white drawings.
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