- Front Cover. Lang, Andrew // Grey Fairy Book;1/1/1905, p1
The front cover of the book "Grey Fairy Book" is presented.
- What if the three pigs tried conflict mediation? Ingrassia, Michele; Springen, Karen // Newsweek;1/31/1994, Vol. 123 Issue 5, p62
Looks at how some classic kids' fairy tales have become less grim. Golden Books' scripting of tamer endings into three tales--Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Little Pigs and Chicken Little. How the rewrite came about; The opposing contention that night fright is not bad; Bettelheim's `The...
- The three wishes, a Swedish tale. Dobbs, Rose // Faces;Dec93, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p10
Renders a Swedish tale about a poor man who was granted three wishes by a fairy. Narrating his encounter with a fairy to his wife; The poor man's three wishes.
- Modelul actanÈ›ial Ã®n Povestea lui Harap-Alb, de Ion CreangÄƒ. Rus, Maria Laura // Philologica Jassyensia;2010, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p119
The paper presents Greimas' actantial pattern applied to Ion CreangÄƒ's fairy tale and tries to give a clear image of the hero's evolution, according to some peculiar aspect of this pattern, such as the modalities of the action.
- Uvodnik Â· Editorial. Kovač, Smiljana Narančić // Libri & Liberi;Mar2013, p5
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the influence of children's books exhibitions, comparison of literary fairy tales and fantasy and interpretation of the characters of the trilogy "Our Ancestors."
- new twists on your favorite fairy tales. Burke, Lynne T. // Instructor;Mar2006, Vol. 115 Issue 6, p12
The article features some fairy tale books published in the U.S. in 2005. It presents an overview of the content of each book. Their authors and publishers are stated.
- Literary Ladders in the Golden Age of Children's Books. Stevenson, Laura C. // Sewanee Review;Summer2011, Vol. 119 Issue 3, p428
This essay presents the concept of children's literature. It states that children's literature attracts adult interest both serious and frivolous and it is written according to children's interests and points of view. It mentions that children literature comes from innocence and that innocence...
- Preschool to grade 4: Fiction. Sigwald, John // School Library Journal;Nov97, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p80
Reviews the book `Dinorella: A Prehistoric Fairy Tale,' by Pamela Duncan Edwards.
- Grades 5 and up: Fiction. Rogers, Susan L. // School Library Journal;Nov97, Vol. 43 Issue 11, p118
Reviews the book `The Veil of Snows,' by Mark Helprin.