Russian Fairy Tales

Ask book lovers, and those who profess a love of reading, why they get lost in the pages authors have written for hours on end, and may when begin to expound on the adventures they’ve been on, and the places they’ve been transported to, without ever leaving their homes.

Ask people who love to travel about their trips, and the things they love most about going to far off places, and it feels like the majority of the ones I have spoken with talk about how their eyes were opened, how they found themselves viewing the world in new ways as another culture showed them different ways of living, different ways of viewing their own every day life, and different and equally awesome scenic vistas made them appreciate their home in an entirely new way, and realize how unique and wonderful the different regions of the world are.

Fairy Tales from around the world can bring these two things together — transporting us into another very real culture here on Earth.  Giving us a glimpse of the childhood stories others grew up with, helping us to appreciate the lessons of their youth, and perhaps understand one another in a new way, all while being entertained.

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Copies of Russian and Polish Fairy Tale Books have been added to the CheerUp.Fun August eBook Club The first 100 people to join should automatically receive a copy.  For more information on how to join the CheerUp.Fun August 2017 eBook Club Click Here.

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