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31 Days, 31 Lists: 2020 Fairy, Folk, and Religious Tales

This year I was impressed by the sheer variety of the stories on display. Hope you like your tales done in all kinds of styles from all kinds of places! This year was a good one for this category.

Review of the Day – Waa’aka’: The Bird Who Fell in Love with the Sun by Cindi M. Alvitre, ill. Carly Lake

Artfully rendered and magnificently produced, this creation tale is by turns beautiful and clever. A story told with plenty of thought and consideration.

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Fairytales, Folktales, and Religious Tales

One of my favorite lists! Original and traditional tales for everyone to enjoy.

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2018 Fairy Tales, Folktales, and Religious Tales

Interestingly, 2018 turned out to be a very strong year for folktales, fairy tales, and religious stories. Why? Well, look closely and you’ll see that this is nothing so much as a gathering of small publishers. It’s like I always say. The more the big guys consolidate, the more cracks and fissures remain for the little folks to sneak through. Here then are the titles published in 2018 that really stood out and shone: