What happens when two gods from Greek mythology want to rule a town? The townspeople are afraid of a fight between two powerful gods. A contest is set to decide the winner.
Medusa brags and brags about her beauty. She loves to look in the mirror. She loves to tell others that she is the prettiest. Find out what happens when a young lady spends all of her time bragging.
This African American tall tale tells of John Henry, who was as big as an oak tree in overalls! He is famous as the strongest railroad worker in the East, West, North, and South. Read about the hardest worker that ever was!
A mean old woman puts a young girl in a tower with no door or stairs! How will she get visitors? How will she escape?
The poor prince can't seem to find a TRUE princess. Will a tiny green legume save the day?
This Aesop's fable retelling is about two cousins who live in two very different places: the city and the country. They visit each other to try to decide which place is better. Which do you think is better?
Paul Bunyan was the biggest baby boy ever born! At one week old he had to wear this father's clothes! And he continued to grow!
This is a fable about kindness and mercy. The mouse is feeling playful and wakes up the lion. At first the lion is angry. But the lion shows mercy on the mouse. And that kindness is returned one day.
The shepherd boy shouts "Wolf!" when he gets bored. What will happen when a real wolf comes?
Grasshopper thinks Ant should stop working so hardbut what will happen when winter comes?
When Mouse wakes up Lion he's in big trouble! But one day, Lion might need Mouse's help
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Humpty Dumpty first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Hey Diddle Diddle first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Itsy Bitsy Spider first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
Elephant's child never stops asking questions. And when he asks what Crocodile eats for dinner, he gets a big surprise!
Camel is the laziest animal on Earth. And he's also very rude! Can the desert god teach him a lesson he'll never forget?
Read the traditional nursery rhyme Baa, Baa, Black Sheep first, then enjoy a fun new rhyme. Can you make up a rhyme of your own?
A very short version of the fairy tale classic about a young woman, a handsome prince and a pair of glass slippers.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Slow and steady wins the race.
A classic tale of an arrogant gingerbread man who can outrun everyone, but can't out-think a sly fox.
The classic nursery rhyme about Mary and her lamb is accompanied by several other favorite nursery rhymes including Little Miss Muffet, Hickory Dickory Dock, Hey Diddle Diddle, Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone, and Humpty Dumpty! Children will enjoy reading these all-time favorite classic stories in this beautifully illustrated book.
A condensed version of a classic Aesop fable with the moral: Even the smallest of goods deeds is rewarded.
The Rooster and the Fox; The Wolf and the Kid; The Sheep and the Kid; The Donkey and the Load of Salt; The Peacock.
This cat goes beyond the call of duty to keep the mice and roaches in order in this cute little poem by T.S. Eliot.
The classic story of a naughty little bunny who gets into big trouble for not minding his mother.