“Tales of Wonder” Summer Giveaway!

It’s been a sizzling summer with a lot of great opportunities from our summer course, Socrates by the Pool, to the latest from CiRCE Institute, “Tales of Wonder”. Edited by Brian Phillips, Matt Bianco, and David Kern, this collection of eight fairy tales is complimented by discussion questions. CiRCE has given us two copies of this great resource to giveaway to our listeners!



Season Four revolves around the moral imagination which makes this a great syntopical read! In order to be applicable, please complete the tasks listed below on the Rafflecopter giveaway box. Please note that winner must like both our page and the CiRCE Institute page on Facebook and have tagged two friends on the Facebook post at the time of drawing the winners.

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15 thoughts on ““Tales of Wonder” Summer Giveaway!”

  1. My favorite fairy tale is Beauty and the best. I always liked the movie, but when I read the real tale for AO Year 1, wow! I had no idea it was so different. I always really love fantasy and fairy tales and I hope I can instill that love into my 3 boys too.

  2. I would love to receive this book! My problem is that I’m deficient in my fairy tale knowledge and experience so I can’t even name a favorite. I’m ready to dig in with my kids this year, no matter their ages, and get us all familiar with classic fairy tales!

  3. My favorite fairy tales growing up we’re little red riding hood and Cinderella. I think it would be fun to spend some time reading more as an adult to see what I liked now.

  4. OK, I see where to comment: My two favorite fairy tales are The Little Match Girl and The Tin Soldier. So sad in good, true, beautiful ways.

  5. I adore The Little Match Girl (though I cry e erytime I read it) and my kids enjoy Big Clause.

  6. I love Beauty & the Beast. Like a PP, I first read the real edition in AO Y1 with my son; I was blown away by how different & engaging it was.

  7. My favorite fairy tale is the Nightingale. This is because it was the first one I explored in-depth with one of Jennifer Dow’s classes. I loved finding deeper meanings.

  8. My favorite fairy tale was Cinderella. I think it brought me hope of a better tomorrow as a child.

  9. I love Hansel and Gretel, even the original Hans Christian Anderson one!

  10. It’s difficult to pick just one but I think my favorite fairytale is Cinderella. I can’t wait to start exploring fairy tales with my children! I’ve always loved good fantasy, so much allegory and so much to pull and relate to!!

  11. My Favorite Fairy Tale is Sleeping Beauty. To me it tells a powerful story of redemption from the curse that we can all related to as sinful humans cursed by the Fall. The parallels are so rich that it is always my favorite to read and ponder.

  12. My favorite fairy tales are Cinderella and The Little Match Girl. I also enjoyed Little Red Riding Hood, The Three Bears, and Hansel and Gretel.

  13. My favorite fairy tale is Hansel and Gretel. I love scary stories and this fairytale fits the bill!

  14. I don’t know if I can pick. The Little Match Girl, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast…also, many of Grimm’s lesser know stories are delightful.

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