Rumpelstiltskin, magical, wild, and full of rage, comes to the aid of a young girl who is given the impossible task of weaving straw into gold. She makes him a rash promise, which she finds hard to keep.
Mystery and romance as a poor cowherd solves the mystery of where 12 princesses disappear to at night.
Three billy goats, each with the same name (Gruff), are on the way up the hillside to eat grass and get fat. On the way they have to cross a bridge where a hungry troll lies in wait in the ravine.
Aesop’s fable of the runaway slave and the lion with a thorn in its paw. A story of gratitude.
A short and very SNAPPY telling of Little Red Riding Hood that ends very happily FOR THE WOLF ! (you have been warned). It’s fun though – and it’s the original version.
Have you got your cutlasses ready? And fed the parrot? Jack is supposed to go to sailing school but there’s a mix up and he turns up at the pirate school of Captain Blackheart.
A beautiful princess loses her ball down the well. A frog offers to fetch it for her, if only she promise that he can be her friend. The princess tries to break her promise, but the frog persists.
Aesop’s fables are loved pretty much everywhere. In these four adaptations by Storynory a rat, grasshopper, a fox and a mouse tell their tales in their own words.
One of the most cunning cats in all fairytale literature. Like all cats though, he is more than just a fluffy bundle of cuddles. He has claws and he uses them – all in aid of enriching his master.
A solider finds a magic tinderbox. When he rubs it, three enormous dogs appear and do any task he requests. Soon he is rich and in love with a princess. This is the first story published by Hans Christian Andersen, and it has much in common with Aladdin.