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Fada-Conto Branco is a book that favors children's literature with 15 fairy tales or fairy tales. But it can also be said that it is a collection of enchanted stories based on the assumption that the investigation of fantasy, conducted by pure thought, goes far beyond the immediate data offered by dreams and reality. Every pen and ink that considers the human intellect is capable of reaching the fullness of objective writing, since the beautiful letters are organized according to laws, recurrences and subdivisions equivalent and similar to the organization of the cognitive style. There is reason to pay tribute to the literary genre adopted by Hans Christian Andersen and carried forward in varying degrees of expressiveness by Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy and Charles Perrault, and the more empirical imaginative work that began with Giambattista Basile and, in the nineteenth century, continued with Brothers Grimm, Carlo Collodi and Andrew Lang. In this work there are:


  • The Snow Ant
  • The Bobo Bobó
  • Sabrina the Dancing Dragonfly
  • The Shining Star
  • The Brazilian Fairy
  • Miklus, the Cloth-Nose Martian
  • The Machinist Bunny
  • The Fuzarca Of Vegetables
  • rainy master
  • Babs Moth and the Knitted Letters
  • The Goat Sunflower
  • The Feast of the Wolf Loreto
  • Paulo Centaurus
  • Visit to the City of Fruits
  • The Christmas of King Cipriano


Some Tales that are clearly surrealist in the sense that they emphasize illusion or magic, as opposed to the senses or sensory perception. And others who demonstrate nonsense, derision.


The world of make-believe is rarely very linear, but it always fits...


Extracted from the Foreword by C. Charriot – JackMichel Consultancy

White Tale Fairy

SKU: 00043
    • EDITOR VibeBooks (UNISV Youth Label)
    • BARS CODE 9786589844037
    • HEIGHT 20 cm
    • WIDTH 13.7cm
    • PESO 0.180 kg
    • FINISHING Special Brochure
    • ISBN 978-65-89844-03-7
    • YEAR OF EDITION 2021
    • LANGUAGE English
    • AUTHORS Jaqueline Ramos | Micheline Ramos (JackMichel Literary Group)
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