fairy tale

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Synonyms for fairy tale

Synonyms for fairy tale

a story about fairies

an interesting but highly implausible story

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This is an unrelenting and unsettling little novel that leaves you feeling as though you have unearthed an ancient fairytale.
Reilly and Salma Hayek star in one of three twisted dark fairytales that make up
Therapeutic fairytales fulfill a number of functions: mirror, model and mediator [2].
Drive happily slows down for extended sequences that exude a distilled fairytale quality.
Although it might sound odd to us grown-ups, Beger will be the ambassador to a celebration of our rubbish and stage a recycled fairytale for children over four (so that includes us whose age is a double digit too).
In writing fairytales, MacDonald was encouraging his audiences to be "childlike," a state of being in which moral earnestness is expressed through lighthearted play.
The story presents the main protagonist with a complication in becoming a princess and obtaining her prince, like the fairytale genre.
As it is 2013, the fairytales have a modern spin for a castle in the modern day.
IMP Interactive Make, the digital subsidiary of International Masters Publishers, on Friday unveiled IMP Interactive's Kids Learning Apps, a set of three apps designed to improve children's reading, speaking and counting skills, titled Great Bible Adventures, Monster Facts and The World of Fairytales.
Meeting the couple in a city cafe, it becomes apparent very quickly that fairytales in general are much more than just bedtime stories for tots.
For the last seven years I've always had my camera with me, then when I had children and started reading them fairytales I realised it was something I never did as a child.
With the upcoming release of the “Snow White and the Huntsman” movie, the issue of violence in fairytales comes up again in the minds of parents.
IN 1981 there were two fairytales associated with the Grand National.
Over forty classic fairytales are collected in this work, without the scholarly annotations present in Tatar's (folklore and mythology, Harvard U.
Indeed, most traditional fairytales had to be 'cleaned up' or 'disneyfied' in order to be made palatable for young ears.