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|Books for Kids: Fairy Tales from Goodville (Children´s Book, Bedtime Stories, Baby Book, Folk Tales, Humour, Dragon, Princess, Prince, Water Sprite)
by Jiří Vondrák
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<h2>Fairy Tales from Goodville</h2>
Here is a short decription:
Fairy Tales from Goodville is a book of nine stories about various romantic fairy tale creatures.
Goodville is a village in which all the inhabitants are kind and good - the king and the queen live there together with a poor grandmother and her many grandchildren, a brave prince, a good dragon, and a water sprite who instead of drowning people, rescues them. Sometimes a devil comes from hell - not to hurt anyone, but to help.
Fairy Tales from Goodville is suitable both for the very young and older children; they are gentle and create in readers a feeling of well-being and optimism.
<h2>The Chapters You Can Find in the Book:</h2>
<ul><li>The Toothy Dragon</li><li>The Good Devil</li><li>How the Children Helped the Water Sprite</li><li>How the Water Sprite Droplet Lost his Water</li><li>The Fairy and Andrew the Tailor</li><li>How the Gnomes Discovered the Earth</li><li>How the Wood Goblins Found Happiness</li><li>How Princesses Get Married</li><li>The Marmaid</li></ul>
<h2>Here is a part of One of the Chapters - The Toothy Dragon</h2>
Once upon a time, there was a beautiful kingdom. And it wasn’t even far away. On the contrary, if someone back then had wanted to, they could have travelled there within days; easily on a horse, or in a carriage.
The kingdom was neither big nor small. It was just the right size.
And it had everything a good kingdom should. Its forests were full of animals, imps, wood goblins and even fairies. Its hills and rocks had caves where devils or highwaymen would hide from time to time. In this kingdom there were many flower-filled meadows and, of course, a few towns and villages. The smallest of these places, where people lived, was a tiny village called Goodville. Its name is going to come up several times throughout this book. You see, it was kind of ... actually, you will hear about it later.
But first things first.
All the people in the kingdom were kind, hard-working, and loved each other. And why wouldn’t they, when the king and the queen, who loved one another dearly, took such good care of the kingdom and its people? That’s how it usually works - when the king’s court prospers, even the peasants can rejoice.
The royal couple had only one child, Prince John. Everyone in the world seemed to love him, because he was not only brave and hardworking, but also handsome. And that’s always important - that good people are also beautiful. When someone is kind and good, but ugly at the same time, it just doesn’t seem to work as well.
Our prince was tall and slender, with wavy brown hair and blue eyes. Everyone in the whole kingdom knew and loved his charming smile. And just like every other young person who grew up surrounded by love and who was full of love, he desired to share his love with another person early on in his life...
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