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Fantasy Stories of Fairies, Princesses and Knights

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." Albert Einstein

What is it about this genre of stories that make them so lovable by kids and adults?

Stories about fairies, princess and knights transport ...

Fantasy Stories of Fairies, Princesses and Knights

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." Albert Einstein

What is it about this genre of stories that make them so lovable by kids and adults?

Stories about fairies, princess and knights transport them to another place, and make them feel something – fear, happiness, worry or excitement. They speak universal themes which are easily understood by little people – good versus evil moral, kindness, friendship and family.

Babies and toddlers as well as children aged 3 to 5 might just pick up the simplest moral backbone which is learning right from wrong. This moral value is every fairy tale’s DNA.

Older children aged 6 to 89 to 12 and early teens may engage into critical thinking such as consequences of characters decisions, dealing with emotions or making decisions.

Whether it is for direct or indirect moral lessons, always remind your child that this genre collections are fun reads and make sure they know they can win against any wicked witch!

Fantasy Stories of Fairies, Princesses and Knights

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales." Albert Einstein

What is it about this genre of stories that make them so lovable by kids and adults?

Stories about fairies, princess and knights transport them to another place, and make them feel something – fear, happiness, worry or excitement. They speak universal themes which are easily understood by little people – good versus evil moral, kindness, friendship and family.

Babies and toddlers as well as children aged 3 to 5 might just pick up the simplest moral backbone which is learning right from wrong. This moral value is every fairy tale’s DNA.

Older children aged 6 to 89 to 12 and early teens may engage into critical thinking such as consequences of characters decisions, dealing with emotions or making decisions.

Whether it is for direct or indirect moral lessons, always remind your child that this genre collections are fun reads and make sure they know they can win against any wicked witch!