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Fairy Tales Book

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sleepywombat Sat 26-Jan-13 04:30:08

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Bearandcub Sat 26-Jan-13 04:35:10

You can still but Ladybird books from their website.

sleepywombat Sat 26-Jan-13 04:45:46

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Lavenderhoney Sat 26-Jan-13 04:54:22

Puffin do a compilation of fairly tales and nursery rhymes. Don't buy the Disney book abroad they have dreadful grammatical mistakes! You will find yourself stoping and thinking " what?"

I tell mine them from memory. And I buy Winnie the pooh etc from book depository as its free shipping abroad.

sleepywombat Sat 26-Jan-13 05:03:58

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lolalotta Sat 26-Jan-13 06:37:52

Usbourne do a nice collection of fairy tales...

MrsMangoBiscuit Sat 26-Jan-13 06:46:38

I was going to suggest Usbourne too. DD got a nice one for christmas.

ctrlaltdel Sat 26-Jan-13 06:51:10

The individual ones from M&S are pretty good and without any gorey details!

summerglory Sat 26-Jan-13 06:55:33

My dd got given a fairy tale storybook from m&s great traditional stories in it def recommend

Takver Sat 26-Jan-13 09:31:06

You need the Helen Oxenbury Nursery Collection, its showing for mad prices on Amazon but you can get it for a couple of quid via abebooks

RosieMBanks Thu 07-Feb-13 14:26:43

The Book People have this set of 20 Usborne classic stories. link
This is a wonderful collection, but for slightly older children.

lydiasays Tue 26-Feb-13 09:47:05

Scott Gustafson's Classic Fairy Tales has some incredible painted illustrations. It's worth a look just for the artwork by itself.

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