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Find information on fairy tales, folklore, myths of all nations and legends of the world.
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Welcome to the Library Guide on Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Myth and Legend

This guide will help you get started as you use the library to find materials on your topic. Use the tabs across the top to get to specific kinds of items. As this is guide is always subject to change, feel free to recommend additional resources. You can contact me by using the information in the box at the right.


Just for Fun

Enjoy a podcast of one of your favorite fairy tales with the Fairy Tale Lady. Put those speakers on! Although the site is no longer being updated, you can still listen to tales like “Snow White and Rose Red,” “The Princess and the Pea,” and “The King's Magic Drum.”

Americans LOVE quizzes. Here's a Fairy Tale Quiz for you to test your knowledge. Nobody will know!


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