Children should be exposed to more interesting and multi-dimensional stories than regular old fairy tales. Instead read multicultural fairy tales from other countries.
As a fellow mom, I find so many typical fairy tales lacking — lacking in depth, lacking in dimension and lacking in representing different cultures.
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Multicultural Fairy Tales
As the mom of boys, I quickly discovered pink princesses weren’t going to cut it.
And honestly, as a mom, I wanted something with more flair.
So we went on a search for multicultural fairy tales that would give a broader and different look at the world of fairy tales to keep us all entertained.