Whether you read fairy tales as a child or whether you're simply aware of them because you are a person who is alive and does not live under.
For the children grown old among us, here's a list of fables and fairy tales filled but I know plenty of adults who still enjoy stories about witches and princesses.
May 1 marks Mother Goose Day, and to celebrate, we've compiled a list of new or soon-to-be released fairy tale retellings for adults.
My favorite fairy tale at the time? Hansel and Gretel. Thankfully, my mom was not arrested and all turned out all right. Ms. Guffey knew my mom.
Books shelved as adult-fairy-tale: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman, The Book of Lost Things by John Connolly, Devastation by M.J. Haag, D .