• Endlessly Ever After

    By Laurel Snyder (E Snyd)

    In this rhyming mash-up of many fairy tales, the reader is invited to follow Rosie down the many possible paths which may lead to a sleeping maiden, a hungry wolf, a girl locked in a tower, or a goose that lays golden eggs--but with some luck, and some smart choices, Rosie may save herself and her fellow fairy tale characters.

  • Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs

    By Mo Willems (E Will)

    Once upon a time, there were three hungry Dinosaurs: Papa Dinosaur, Mama Dinosaur...and a Dinosaur who happened to be visiting from Norway. One day--for no particular reason--they decided to tidy up their house, make the beds, and prepare pudding of varying temperatures. And then--for no particular reason--they decided to go...someplace else. They were definitely not setting a trap for some succulent, unsupervised little girl. Definitely not!

  • Three Billy Goats Gruff

    By Mac Barnett (E Barn)

    This story was first written down in Norway almost 200 years ago. It has been told, over and over again. With pitch perfect timing and pacing, hilarious detail, and Barnett's signature narrator voice, this is Billy Goats Gruff as never before.

  • Cinderella and the Furry Slippers

    By Davide Cali (E Cali)

    Cinderella has been planning to go to the ball with the perfect dress, a handsome prince, and a Fairy Godmother, but when her plan does not manifest in the way she wants, she decides that her fairy tale will be different and more fun.

  • Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon

    By Ying Chang Compestine (E Comp)

    Little Red lives in a village near the Great Wall, trains in kung fu, and must save her grandmother and village from a mighty dragon. Inclues an author's note discusses how this reimagining is influenced by Chinese mythology, symbolism, traditional medicine, and other elements of Compestine's heritage.

  • The Little Wooden Robot and the Log Princess

    By Tom Gauld (E Gaul)

    When a wooden robot prince forgets to say the magic words that turn his sister from a log into a princess she is thrown away, so he goes on an epic journey to find her and bring her back.

  • Reading Beauty

    By Deborah Underwood (E Unde)

    In this version of Sleeping Beauty, told in verse, the Princess is threatened with a curse which will start with a paper cut; devastated that all her books have been taken away, she sets out with her dog, Prince, to find the fairy who cast the curse and make her reverse it.

  • Goldilocks: Wanted Dead or Alive

    By Chris Colfer (J Colf)

    When King Charming and his brothers set out to purge the Dwarf Forests of outlaws and rule it themselves, they must face the most feared outlaw, Goldilocks--and then, their wives.

  • Moldylocks and the Three Beards

    By Noah Jones (J Jone)

    After falling through the refrigerator into the Land of Fake Believe, Princess meets a girl named Moldylocks who takes her to the home of the Three Beards for chili--but when the Beards capture her friend, Princess must come up with a plan to save her.

  • Magically Maximus

    By Kiki Thorpe (J Thor)

    Eight-year-old Maddie and her family move to a farm called Horsetail Hollow, and after she and her six-year-old sister find a wishing well, a magnificent white horse appears--but Maximus is a fairy tale horse, conjured out of Evie's book--so when the girls try to wish him back into his story they all end up in the fairy tale, trying to save Rapunzel.

  • When the Sea Turned to Silver

    By Grace Lin (J Lin)

    Pinmei's gentle, loving grandmother always has the most thrilling tales for her granddaughter and the other villagers. However, the peace is shattered one night when soldiers of the Emperor arrive and kidnap the storyteller.

  • Never After

    By Melissa De la Cruz (J Dela)

    One day, when Cara is walking home, something strange happens. Cara is being followed by Jack Stalker, one of the heroes in the Thirteenth Fairy, a series of books she loves about a brave girl and her ragtag group of friends who save their world from an evil enchantress. She must be dreaming, or still reading a book. But Jack is insistent--he's real, the stories are real, and Cara must come with him at once!

  • The House with Chicken Legs

    By Sophie Anderson (J Ande)

    All 12-year-old Marinka wants is a friend, but that's tough when your grandmother is a Yaga, a guardian who guides the dead into the afterlife. It's even harder when you live in a house that wanders all over the world . . . carrying you with it.

  • Sisters of the Neversea

    By Cynthia Leitich Smith (J Smit)

    In this magical, modern twist on Peter Pan, stepsisters Lily and Wendy are spirited away to Neverland by a mysterious boy and must find a way back to the family they love.

  • The Lost Girl

    By Anne Ursu (J Ursu)

    When they are separated for the first time since birth, Iris and Lark struggle with insecurities over their individual identities at the same time things begin to go missing around town.

  • The Serpent's Secret

    By Sayantani DasGupta (J DasG)

    Up until her twelfth birthday, Kiranmala considered herself an ordinary sixth-grader in Parsippany, New Jersey, but then her parents disappear and a drooling rakkhosh demon shows up in her kitchen, and soon she is swept into another dimension, full of magic, winged horses, talking birds (very annoying), and cute princes--and somehow Kiranmala needs to sort it all out, find her parents, and basically save the world.

  • Nightbooks

    By J.A. White (J Whit)

    Alex’s original hair-raising tales are the only thing keeping the witch Natacha happy, but soon he’ll run out of pages to read from and be trapped forever.

  • A Tale Dark and Grim

    By Adam Gidwitz (J Gidw)

    Follow Hansel and Gretel as they walk out of their own story and into eight more tales.