We’re bringing you a rec list of reimagined fairytales! Read on to add more books to your fairytale TBR!
Welcome back to another Freaky Fairytale. While not necessarily freaky, The Phoenix Bird has its own darkness just like many of the original fairytales. Written by Hans Christian Andersen, the story of The Phoenix Bird goes back to the Garden of Eden. Andersen’s tale goes back to the origins of light and dark. Born in 1805, Hans Christian Andersen was a Danish author until his death in 1875. Andersen is most famously known for his fairytales, or rather the fantastic tale. Andersen is the author that brought children the adventures of inanimate objects brought to life. Andersen forever changed the …
What’s better than one princess to idolize? 12 beautiful princesses, each with their own hobbies! Take a closer look at the dark origins of Barbie’s 12 Dancing Princesses!
Once upon a time there was a kinder fairytale that has true sibling love instead of sibling betrayal.
Have you ever wondered why Rumpelstiltskin has such a complicated name? Well, let’s dive into that as we explore his history.