5 Fantastic Fairy Tales for Kids

We wouldn’t blame you if you’d never heard of “National Tell a Fairy Tale Day.” If we’re being honest, it was news to us too but we certainly can’t pass up the chance to offer some fun fairy tale inspired books to enjoy alongside the little ones in your life.

Jack and the Beanstalk

Illustrations by Carly Gledhill

This Bedtime Classics series is designed to be a quick bedtime story taking no more than a few minutes to read. Enjoy the story of Jack and his magic beans before your little one drifts off into a dream-filled slumber.

Elle the Thumbelina Fairy

By Daisy Meadows

As the first book in The Storybook Fairies series, this is the perfect read to enjoy with a newer reader. You can take turns reading as you follow the enchanting adventure of Elle, Rachel and Kirsty saving Fairyland.


There’s no denying that Disney knows how to take a fairytale and make it their own. Tangled tells the story of Rapunzel as she seeks out the truth behind her life.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Retold by Samantha Berger
Illustrations by Amy Cartwright

This interactive lift-the-flap retelling of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is sure to be fun for the whole family.

The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

By Jon Scieszka
Illustrations by Lane Smith

There’s two sides to every story and this fun spin on the classic of the 3 little pigs allows the wolf to finally speak his truth.

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