Tell A Fairytale Day!
February 26th is Tell A Fairytale Day, which means, we need to break down a list of some of the greatest fairytale books in our catalog for you!
Did you know fairytales come in all shapes and sizes? Some are old as time, and others are new, waiting for you. (Oh, I rhymed there...)
If you're in need of fairytales to read over the weekend to celebrate, here are books for you!
The Twin Kingdoms by Nancy O'Toole
This entire series is a retelling of fairytales you know, and they're in novella form! Perfect for a weekend binge session.
The Tales of the Sea by Lou Wilham
If you're looking for a fairytale that spans over the years, then Tales of the Sea is perfect for you. This follows the sea witch in the Little Mermaid fairytale, but it isn't quite like you remember it. Also, it's in novella format, another great series to binge read over the weekend.
Faeries of Oz by Candace Robinson + Amber R. Duell
Faeries of Oz is a retelling of Wizard of Oz, but with a wonderful twist to it. If you're looking for a new series to love, this is the one for you. Faeries, political intrigue, magic, and romance. What more could you want?
The Castle of Thorns by Elle Beaumont
A wonderful dark retelling of the fairytale "Hurleburlebutz", but it's also been compared to Beauty & the Beast. Featuring a strong female lead battling epilepsy. A great read if you're looking for a diverse cast.
A Cursed Kiss by Jenny Hickman
A dark romantic fantasy, perfect to curl up with surrounded by candles, flowers, and maybe some sweets to binge on. You can bet there is an enemy to lovers trope in here that'll have you swooning and wanting more.
The Prince and the Puppet Thief by Justin Arnold
A gay fairytale reminiscent of the humor found in The Princess Bride! Everyone needs a comedic read, and this one is just pure silliness! A witty and diverse cast that'll have you flipping through the pages.
Spun Gold by Christis Christie
If you're a fan of Rumpelstiltskin, retellings, or just fairytales in general, you're going to really love this novella! A different view of Rumpel and how he may not be the villain you think he is.
Well, I think that's enough titles to keep your shelf full for now! Let us know if you've read any of these titles, or if you've read all of them and need more recs! We will be sure to point you in the right direction.
Until next time,