Consider some of your favorite classic fairy tales and take this quiz to find a YA fantasy book that puts a new spin on these familiar stories.
Fairy tales aren't what they used to be. They're better. Especially if they get translated into the graphic novel format.
Inspired by old tales or wholly original, these YA fairy tales will capture your imagination and hearken back to the tone and spirit of familiar stories.
A true story about Cinderella, Fairy Tales, and mental health.
Wherein some misconceptions and misunderstanding about fairy tale are addressed, clarified, and corrected by a reader and amateur folklorist.
Examining the disturbing, original versions of European fairytales and child development through Bruno Bettelheim's THE USES OF ENCHANTMENT.
Once upon a time a reader decided to make an epic list of all the best fairytale retellings in the land. Other readers found this list and read the books that most captured their attention. Then they recommended those books to others, and they all lived happily ever after, reading until the end of their days.
One Rioter makes connections between the #metoo movement and women storytellers in fairy tale history. Women are reclaiming their stories.
Seven intersectional fairy tale retellings featuring princesses of color and LGBT relationships.
9 times out of 10, Rapunzel is shown as a blonde. Here are 8 children's books offering a diversity of Rapunzels and hair colors.
If a fairy-story immortalises, like a glass coffin, Byatt's unlocking of the Grimm's fairy tale is empowering, emancipating, and makes so much more sense.
7 dark fairytale reads for those tired of Disney and craving the darkness of the originals. But these versions might be even more disturbing.
On Hans Christian Andersen's sexuality, and how he worked it into his stories.
Reading out loud at bedtime: it's not just for kids.