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    Just a heads up

    I’m actually moving uh, today, so we’ll have some intermittent A-T 480’s and will move on when I get settled tomorrow.

    Thanks for your patience folks! 

    And as always, feel free to request a fairy tale! If  I haven’t answered or queued some for ya, please ask again. My inbox has been eating messages like there’s no tomorrow.

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    fairytalemood:

“Mother Hulda” by fundervogel

    fairytalemood:

    “Mother Hulda” by fundervogel

  3. Hermann Vogel- Mother Hulda

  4. fairytalemood:

    “Mother Hulda” by Natalia Pierandrei

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    crackedhopehead:

    I just made that because i wanted to

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    by Frankly 
his illustrations are SO INTERESTING, I may queue some up later…

    by Frankly 

    his illustrations are SO INTERESTING, I may queue some up later…

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    fairytalemood:

“Mother Hulda” by Jana Schirmer

    fairytalemood:

    “Mother Hulda” by Jana Schirmer

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    Mother Hulda / Frau Holle - the Brother’s Grimm

    Mother Hulda / Frau Holle - the Brother’s Grimm

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    Aarne-Thompson Index 480

    The Brothers Grimm first collected the story as “Frau Holle” or Mother Hulde in 1812.

    Charles Perrault wrote “Diamonds and Toads” or  “Les Fées” in 1697.

    Antti Aarne classified it as “The Spinning-Women by the Spring” in 1910.

     

    More commonly, these tales are known as “the Kind and Unkind Girls.”

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    Aarne-Thompson Index Adventure

    TL;DR - still accepting requests, fairy tales now accompanied by snippets of the fairy tale pokedex

    Preface/Explanation under the cut

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  11. Jennifer Murdley’s Toad by Bruce Coville is an adaptation of the fairy tale Diamonds and Toads by Charles Perrault

    I haven’t read it in AGES, but what I remember is that it’s wonderful and unexpected.

  12. theartoffairytales:

    Margaret Evans Price, “Diamonds and Toads”, 1921

  13. Diamonds and Toads by Malisasuchanya 

  14. Diamonds and Toads by Ewaludwi 

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    The Effects of a Sweet Nature by ~hannahbird

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