Sunday Bookday: The Owl & The Eagle Audio Fairytale
 
:**:Fairy Princess Lolly:**: and Lady Leaflock read the tale of The Owl and the Eagle from the Orange Fairy Book by Andrew Lang. #SundayBookday











WARNING: Content in this particular fairytale may be somewhat dark for the modern child. Listener discretion is advised.

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A little history...The Orange Fairy Book is one in a whole rainbow of a series, this one published in 1906. Although the forewords and dedications of these books, are often addressed to children, these stories do embody the elements of the classical fairy tales. That is to say, they do not always have a happy ending for everyone.

Fairy tales were often used as a way to teach life-lessons, morals and ethics to younglings - not unlike modern day. The life lessons of a hundred or more years ago have the propensity to be slightly darker by today's standards, since life was very different back then.

Whatever the case, it is our hope to reinvigorate these antiquated tales by sharing them with you through this audio format. Please Enjoy!