SRF Lake Shrine, Pacific Palisades, California
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tales I & II
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tale Edition Cooperative Game Set
       
     
Quills! Cooperative Literary Game Series
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tale Fun
       
     
SRF Lake Shrine, Pacific Palisades, California
       
     
SRF Lake Shrine, Pacific Palisades, California

There he soon saw with his own eyes the goose-girl and the goose-boy bringing their flock, and how after a while she sat down and took down her hair, which glistened brightly. Soon she said:

Blow, wind, blow,
Take Conrad's hat,
And make him chase it,
Until I have braided my hair,
And tied it up again.

Then came a blast of wind and carried off Conrad's hat, so that he had to run far away, while the maiden quietly went on combing and braiding her hair, all of which the king observed. Then, quite unseen, he went away, and when the goose-girl came home in the evening, he called her aside, and asked why she did all these things.

89. The Goose Girl
The Brothers Grimm

Quills! Fairy Tales I & II
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tales I & II

In olden times, when wishing still did some good, there lived a king . . .

1. The Frog Prince
The Brothers Grimm

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“The folk tale is the primer of the picture-language of the soul.”

Joseph Campbell
The Compete Grimm’s Fairy Tales

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“We have another past besides the past that history tells us about, a past which is in us, in individuals, more livingly than the recorded past.”

Padraic Colum
The Compete Grimm’s Fairy Tales

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“The characters in the fairy tales led us to discover the treasures in our own souls.”

Rudolf Meyer
The Wisdom of Fairy Tales

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“Our story is never our story alone. It is always linked with other tales. It is most likely part of a greater tale we know little or nothing about.”

Horst Kornberger
The Power of Stories: Nurturing Children’s Imagination and Consciousness

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“Fairy tales are mystical allusions to the power of the inner self, handed down from generation to generation. They are stories of transformation.”

Marianne Williamson
A Return to Love

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*References available upon request.

Quills! Fairy Tale Edition Cooperative Game Set
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tale Edition Cooperative Game Set

Imagine a time when people collected butterflies and wrote with feather quill pens by candlelight. Gather Hannah’s windblown Notes from the brothers grimm to Help complete a manuscript in their honor.

For 2-4 players, suggested ages 8+

Game Contents-Double Edition Game Set:

1 Set of Instructions
2 sets of 7 Fairy Tales I & II:
48 Butterfly Story Cards – 1 Heroes & Heroines, Friends & Helpers,
Once Upon a Time & Happily Ever After Card for each Fairy Tale
2 sets of 70 Dragonfly Message Cards (I & II)
40 Feather Quill Pens
7 Petite Ribbon Roses
1 Shimmery ‘Desk Blotter’ Play Mat
1 Butterfly Muslin Drawstring Storage Sack

*Hannah’s notes in the game are from the original tales collected by the Brothers Grimm, finished in 1857.

Quills! Cooperative Literary Game Series
       
     
Quills! Cooperative Literary Game Series

The gate was opened, and while the girl was standing under it, an immense rain of gold fell, and all the gold stuck to her, so that she was completely covered with it. "This is yours because you have been so industrious," said Mother Holle, and at the same time she gave her back the reel which had fallen into the well.

With that the gate was closed and the girl found herself above on earth, not far from her mother's house. And as she entered the yard the rooster, sitting on the well, cried:

Cock-a-doodle-doo,
Our golden girl is here anew.

24. Mother Holle
The Brothers Grimm

Quills! Fairy Tale Fun
       
     
Quills! Fairy Tale Fun

She ran as far as her feet could carry her, and just as evening was about to fall she saw a little house and went inside in order to rest.

Inside the house everything was small, but so neat and clean that no one could say otherwise. There was a little table with a white tablecloth and seven little plates, and each plate had a spoon, and there were seven knives and forks and seven mugs as well. Against the wall there were seven little beds, all standing in a row and covered with snow-white sheets.

53. Little Snow White
The Brothers Grimm