Hansel and Gretel Fairytale, Ruby’s Storytime

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hansel and gretel, stories about greed, bedtime stories for kids on family and togetherness

Hansel and Gretel Fairytale, Ruby’s Storytime

Brothers’ Grimm English Fairytale

Retold by Ruby, Ruby’s Storytime-Online

In challenging moments, use your brain, and you will be alright!

This is the core message in Ruby’s telling of the classic children’s fairytale Hansel and Gretel! In the story, Hansel and Gretel face betrayal, abandonment, and even being threatened by a wicked witch! However, they do their best to make it through by using their brain and thinking things through clearly in tough moments.

Who wrote Hansel and Gretel?

The story of Hansel and Gretel is written by the famous Brothers Grimm. Although it was written in the early 1800s, over 200 years ago! the stories are cherished even today! Plus, the fairytales they wrote changed history and brought many people together.

If you would like to read some more fairytales, check out our blog post about this to learn more! https://familyroberto.com/history-of-hansel-and-gretel-fairytale

Why would a wicked old witch live in a beautiful house of candy?

One of the story’s messages is that some things are too good to be true. Sometimes, even bad people use good things so that they can hurt people! That’s why it’s always important to be careful with things that seem too good to be true.

There are other messages in the story. Such as the importance of being close with your family, like the siblings Hansel and Gretel are, and the importance of being clever, especially in challenging situations like the one Hansel and Gretel were in. As Ruby sings, “Use your brain, and you will be alright!”

What is Ruby’s favorite piece of candy?

Ruby’s favorite candy is ruby peppermints! All the talk of candy at the candy house made Ruby snack on some while telling the story!

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