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The category fairy tales contains 17 stories. The last update was on Feb 15 2007.


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The Dragon Awakes (3142 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Feb 15 2007Views/Reads: 4735/1908Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
The dragon had slept for three hundred years, thrice cursed by three sisters, three witches, who had raised her and loved her and named her Firethorn.
 
The Cerberus (3283 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jan 24 2007Views/Reads: 5206/1659Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
The porcupine's name was Echinops and he was getting old and rather deaf; too deaf to hear the warnings of the magpie that had flown overhead and squawked, 'Don't go into the woods today. There's danger!'
 
A Unicorn's Breakfast (2785 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jan 11 2007Views/Reads: 4232/1647Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Have you ever wondered what unicorns have for breakfast? No? Well, I have to admit that I haven't either, until now...
 
Hieracium and the Earthquake (3186 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Aug 04 2006Views/Reads: 3663/1497Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Much later, when Hieracium woke, Tritoma was gone, but soon the cat returned, licking his lips. ‘Water rat,’ he said, guiltily… Another bedtime story from Astrantia (Following on from Hieracium and the Lady of the Lake).
 
Hieracium and the Lady of the Lake (3098 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Aug 01 2006Views/Reads: 3728/1529Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Tritoma moved cautiously in the darkness, guided only by his sense of smell and the touch of his whiskers against any obstacles he found in his path, while Hieracium followed closely… Hieracium and Tritoma’s adventure continues.
 
Hieracium and the Great Wave (3388 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jul 25 2006Views/Reads: 3572/1382Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
…his thoughts were of sailing off to foreign lands where battles were waiting to be fought, and where princesses waited to be rescued... Another bedtime story from Astrantia.
 
The Secret of Fire Mountain (3340 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jun 06 2006Views/Reads: 4107/1757Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
But suddenly there was a scream. A scream so loud and so frightening that everyone on the hilltop froze in terror… Another bedtime story from Astrantia (following on from Luzula and the Northern Lights)
 
Luzula and the Northern Lights (3145 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: May 12 2006Views/Reads: 3085/1489Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
She had never been invited to enter Asperula's cottage before and she found this, and the fact that she was expected, just a little scary…. Another bedtime story from Astrantia (following on from Luzula and the Biloba Tree).
 
Luzula and the Biloba Tree (2976 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Apr 25 2006Views/Reads: 2713/1465Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
'I like your parasol,' said the sleek black cat, 'it's a lovely shade of green.' Another bedtime story from Astrantia.
 
The Wishing Cave (2988 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jan 29 2006Views/Reads: 3096/1367Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
'But wells are very dark, and we might fall in and never be seen again.' Anther bedtime story from the fabled land of Astrantia.
 
The Angel of the Window (10321 words)
Author: LorenAdded: Jan 26 2006Views/Reads: 2920/2146Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
Luxia, a lost Angel in a lonesome heaven, journeys through the many wonderous heavenly cosmos with her friend, Corbett, in order to reach a glorious Window in the sky, which is said to lead to the most beautiful of all heavens.
 
Asperula's Rainbow (2534 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Jan 08 2006Views/Reads: 2645/1181Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
'I don't have black cats in my garden; they're bad luck. Now shoo, before I turn you into goat!' Another bedtime story from the fairytale land of Astrantia.
 
Catananche and the Artesian Well (2961 words)
Author: Ian HobsonAdded: Dec 25 2005Views/Reads: 2532/1141Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
'Witches can look any way they like,' said Malus. 'Maybe it's time we left, before she puts a spell on us…' Another story from the fairytale land of Astrantia.
 
Comfort and Ray (1500 words)
Author: Maureen StirsmanAdded: May 09 2004Views/Reads: 3148/1558Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)
A Fable, When things seem so hard you think you cannot go on, remember you only have to go one step at a time. Let someone help you and you will make it.
 
The Easter Fiasco (1181 words)
Author: timsterAdded: Mar 29 2003Views/Reads: 2951/1397Story vote: 0.00 (2 votes)
Is Easter in danger this year?
 
Frosty's Revenge (2347 words)
Author: HulseyAdded: Jun 16 2002Views/Reads: 4141/1637Story vote: 0.00 (2 votes)
Can the snowman really talk to little Tommy?
 
Raymonda's Big Problem (869 words)
Author: Julia McGintyAdded: Oct 04 2001Views/Reads: 3908/1770Story vote: 0.00 (1 vote)
A tale about a beautiful fairy with a BIG problem...
 





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