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Here's what we're reading for Fairy Tale February

Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

How are you on this fine Tuesday, Reader?

Fairy Tale February starts in just a few days.

Judging by the response I got to my last email, ya'll are excited about a quick escape to the enchanted forest.

So—drum roll—

Here's the reading calendar

I selected one fairy tale to read on each day in February (29 this year).

Because all the stories are in the public domain, I've linked to where you can read the text or listen to an audio narration.

Click 📖 for text or 🎧 for audio.

If you look closely at the calendar, you'll notice something.

I've alternated between famous fairy tales that are well-known, such as Cinderella, and "forgotten" fairy tales that we may vaguely recognize but don't really remember, such as Jorinda and Joringel.

Yellow background = famous

Green background = forgotten (unless you are a fairy tale buff, of course)

I decided to stick with fairy tales from European storytellers, just to keep it simple this time around. Wouldn't it be fun to do this again with tales from other parts of the globe?

💌 Don't worry, I'll email you

Since the reading calendar isn't the most mobile-friendly thing in the world, I'll email you the day's reading every morning, along with those links to the text and audio.

If you'd rather NOT get those emails, click here to opt out. You'll still get my regular newsletter, but you won't get anything dedicated solely to Fairy Tale February.

Okie dokie, that's it for now.

See you on Thursday for Day 1, which is the one, the only Beauty and the Beast.

Your devoted,

Michelle

P.S. Grab the reading calendar for Fairy Tale February! Or click here to opt out if it's not your thing. 😊

The Book Devotions

Michelle Watson

I'm a homeschool mom who loves to read. Every week, I email you book recommendations and reviews, fun printables, bits of bookish news. Come on over and read with us! We'd love to have you.

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