FAIRY TALE INTERNET PROJECT
FAIRY TALES WEBQUEST-- CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

1. Choose one of the fairy tales below. Follow the links for different versions of the same tale. Compare and
contrast the different versions. A good place to go (which is linked many times in the box below is
http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/ashliman.html.
He has a bunch of great links to different versions of fairy tales. Anyway, write your compare/contrast as part
of your Fairy Tale packet to turn in.

2. Access at least 5 more fairy tales and choose just one version of each. Choose your favorite of the tale chosen
for number 1. Fill in the
comparison chart for fairy tales. (Copy this comparison chart six times, obviously.)

3. Make a list of items from the six tales that you read that you feel are essential elements in a fairy tale. Based
on these elements, create your own fairy tale.

4. Write the fairy tale on durable paper, and illustrate. This book will be presented to the class, so make the
words and illustrations large enough to show to a classroom sized audience. Bind your book as desired.

5. You may keep your book but make a paper copy for all the students in the class as well as your teacher, who
grades you (text only, unless you just want to share ...).

6. At your book presentation, turn in your compare/ contrast page,  six comparison pages, your list of essential
elements, and a written copy of your story.
Due to copyright laws, I am unable to copy other editions for you on this website, with the exception of
James Finn Garner's tales, who was sweet enough to grant permission! However, if you should find them at
McKay or online, they are a wonderful purchase; you will get a kick out of them.

BUT, on my own visits to McKay, I have found lots of copies of fairy tales. Here are a few suggestions if you
are looking to own some or check some out of the library. I always recommend trips to McKay; you can find
so many children's books that are so worth the price to own. And really, their prices are priceless!!! Buy them
for hours of Weekend Fun.

Beauty and the Beast, retold and illustrated by Jan Brett.

ANY Hans Christian Anderson stories

ANY
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm stories

QPB Illustrated Treasury of Classic Fairy Tales
, various authors and illustrators.

The Stinky Cheese Man and other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith.

Plus many more that are fabulous. Have fun!

Good website for fairy tales:
http://www.authorama.com/english-fairy-tales-1.html

Another interesting website:
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/grimm/index2.html
AREN'T THESE PICTURES
GORGEOUS??? THIS TALENTED ARTIST
IS REBECCA THORNBURGH. GO TO HER
WEBSITE AND SEE ALL OF HER
GORGEOUS ARTWORK. I LOVE THEM
ALL. I WANT TO BUY SOME.
www.rebeccathornburgh.com
This Internet assignment -- Fairy
Tales presentation -- is due on April
30 and May 5. Be prepared that day to
present your fairy tale book to the
class and to turn in assigned parts to
the teacher.
Read Cathy's (Dr. Shafer's) fairy tale HERE.
"MIMI and the BABLING." Wow. I love it. But I have to even if it is crap. Do you love it?
"PERCIVALLI the PERFIDIOUS POOK." I love this one too. I also wrote this one.
"WHERE DO BABIES COME FROM?" I love this one maybe the best.  I also wrote it.
World's Shortest Fairytale
Once upon a time, a guy asked a girl "Will you marry me?" The girl said,"NO!" And the guy lived happily ever after and went fishing and
hunting and played golf a lot and drank beer and left the toilet seat up and farted whenever he wanted.
THE END
(Written by some drunk, smelly, pathetically clueless man.)
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Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast II
Bluebeard
Blue Beard
Estes' Bluebeard
Brother and Sister
Little Brother and Little Sister
Cinderella
Cinderella II
The Little Glass Slipper
PC Cinderella
The Devil's Three Gold Hairs
The Elves and the Shoemaker
The Elves and the Shoemaker II
Emperor's New Suit
PC Emperor's New Clothes
Frog Prince
PC The Frog Prince
many versions
Golden Goose
Golden Goose II
Golden Goose III
Hansel and Gretel
Hansel and Gretel II
PC Hansel and Gretel
Jack and the Beanstalk
PC Jack and the Beanstalk
The Little Match Seller
Estes' The Little Match Girl
The Little Match Girl
Pied Piper of Hamelin
PC The Pied Piper of Hamelin
Princess and the Pea
PC Princess and the Pea
Puss in Boots
PC Puss in Boots
Rapunzel
Rapunzel III
PC Rapunzel
The Red Shoes
Estes' Red Shoes
Rumpelstiltskin
Rumpelstiltskin II
Rumpelstiltskin III
PC Rumpelstilkskin
Skeleton Woman: A Myth of the Inuit
Skeleton Woman and the Hunter
Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty II
Sleeping Persun
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
PC Snow White
Little Snow White
Snow White and Rose Red
Snow White and Rose Red II
Little Snow White II
More Snow White
The Ugly Duckling      
Estes' Ugly Duckling
Vasilissa the Beautiful
Baba Yaga