H.G. Wells popularized the idea of time travel in his 1895 novel, The Time Machine. This classic book tells the story of a Victorian scientist who travels far into the future in a mechanical device he has built.
The Violet Fairy book is an excellent collection of lesser-known fairy tales. Featuring Serbian, Lithuanian, Japanese, Russian and other lesser-known fairy tales, The Violet Fairy Book is a collection that is sure to surprise and delight young readers.
Alice from Alice in Wonderland is back this time trying to get a sense of a whole new different imaginary world. He goes through the looking-glass and ends up being part of a chess match. She is a mere pawn and in order to be crowned queen she must move all the way to the eighth rank. Can she do it?
Three monkey brothers have to fulfill their mother’s dying wish of finding their father who left for the Valleys of Tishnar. So they embark on a special journey full of wonderful adventures through dense forests, massive wastelands and great mountains. Will they find their father well and unharmed?
The Red Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales by compiled by Andrew Lang. This collection includes more than twenty classic stories sure to enchant children and adult readers alike.
Book 3 in the Psammead Trilogy (Five Children and It) The children from E. Nesbit's novel, Five Children and It, are back and they found the magical Psammead again. Even though the Psammead can't grant their wishes, he encourages them to buy an amulet with magical powers. When they make a simple wish to be reunited with their parents, they end up on a journey through time and space in a fun and fantastical story.
The Olive Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales by compiled by Andrew Lang. This collection includes more than twenty classic stories sure to enchant children and adult readers alike.
The Pink Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales and folk tales by Andrew Lane. It includes classic fairy tales that are sure to surprise modern audiences but are a treat for children and adults alike.
The Orange Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales and folk tales by Andrew Lane. It includes familiar favorites like The Ugly Duckling, classic fairy tales that are sure to surprise modern audiences and other less known but enjoyable stories that are a treat for children and adults alike.
Charles Dickens has written a lovely story perfect for bedtime read aloud. The Magic Fishbone is the story of Princess Alicia, who is given a magic fishbone by her fairy godmother and then uses the fishbone to improve the fortune of her.
The Happy Prince and Other Tales is a collection of fairy tales gathered by the great Oscar Wilde. At the end of each story, there is always a lesson to be learned on how to be compassionate and forgiving with your peers
The Gray Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales and folk tales by Andrew Lane. It includes classic fairy tales that are sure to surprise modern audiences but are a treat for children and adults alike.
The Green Fairy Book is a collection of fairy tales by compiled by Andrew Lang. This collection includes familiar favorites like "The Three Little Pigs" as well as other classic stories sure to enchant children and adult readers alike.
The Crimson Fairy Book is a collection of 36 fairy tales from all across Europe and other parts of the world. Read about stone cutters, young princes, beggars turned into princes, shepherds who can speak the language of the beats and many more fantastic characters who, at the end, will teach you an important life lesson.
This is an extensive collection of Irish lore from old fairy tales to anecdotes and even essays that clearly depict the Irish culture. Before the Dawn of Human Kind, the Druids walked on our lands constantly trying to find the perfect balance with the forces of nature. Fairies, spirits and leprechauns were among those untamed forces.
The Brown Fairy Book is a collection of 32 fairy tales from the lesser-known cultures like the American Indians, Australian Bushmen or African Kaffirs. Know their hopes and dreams but also their fears and nightmares and be prepared to enter a world significantly different than our own imagination.
The Blue Fairy Book is the first volume in Andrew Lang's collection of fairy tales for children.
Set off on a journey to Europe and Asia, and prepare to meet mad kings, fairies, dragons, Rajahs and other fantastic beings who try to put the world out of balance. Fortunately for all of us, there is always a hero ready to set things right and solve the villain’s puzzles and schemes.
Imagine turning 21 and being dragged into a fantasy world full of perils and creatures that want to kill you. Imagine overcoming these dangers, going from villain to hero and beyond, loving and being deceived, helping and being helpless. Imagine waking up and everybody saying you’re gone for 21 days, though it felt like 21 years. How would you change your life?
Read the original adventures in Neverland! Join Peter, Wendy and all of the Lost Boys for J.M. Barrie's original adventure in Neverland.
Grimm's Fairy Tales is the definitive collection of fairy tales in the English language. This collection includes favorites like Rapunzel, The Frog Prince, The Twelve Dancing Princesses, Hansel and Gretel, and Rumplestiltskin. Lesser known stories like The Golden Bird and The Goose-Girl are sure to delight and enchant children of all ages.
Witness how the Irish common folk regard their history, their origin and also their relationship with nature, a mysterious place full of fairies, elves and evil creatures.
Five Children and It is a delightful children's story for young readers or as a read aloud. The story begins when a group of siblings find a sand-fairy who can grant wishes that last only one day. Their wishes all go comically wrong in this fun adventure story for children.
This collection includes Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, the Story of Sinbad the Voyager, Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves and other lesser-known but still wonderful tales for children and adults alike.
Aesop's Fables have been touchstone tales for hundreds of years. Stories like "The Tortoise and the Hare," "The Boy who Cried Wolf" and "The Fox and the Grapes" are just as relevant for today's audiences as they ever were.