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4.90  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Fairy Tales of Ordinary Children tells the stories of a group of friends whose life problems were remarkably similar to the characters from famous fairy tales like the beautiful girl as white as snow had to cope a beauty and status-conscious mother and a poor starving boy had only a cow. The girl with long with long and blonde hairs was stuck up with her aunt who made poti ...more
Kindle Edition, 18 pages
Published July 9th 2017
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Fizah(Books tales by me)
Oct 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Author send me digital arcs in exchange for an honest Review!  

So it is a short story which barely took me 15 minutes to finish, which is the perfect length for children for the short story.

The story is about a group of children, all of them are suffering in lives in own way When one day they realized that each story resembles characters of fairytales, which made them daydreamers.

The story also points out the issues of how children suffer due to little ignorance of their parents
Qandeel Alam
Oct 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I’ve had the absolute pleasure to review some of Ms. Marfani’s works before, and she never ceases to amaze me with her versatile writing style and unique views on topics that need to be brought into the conversation.

She has tackled issues like mental health, societal pressure, and situational candor with an insight borne out of her academic career in psychology and education, and she couples this insight beautifully with her reader’s soul. This produces her distinctive style and has helped her
Amy | She & Books
Oct 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Fairytales of Ordinary Children by Ayesha Marfani is a beautiful must-read for middle-grad fiction lovers.

The author sent me e-book of Fairytales of Ordinary Children to read and share my thoughts about it. So, I must say that I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. Her writing is so captivating that you want to finish the whole book in one sitting.The story is about six ordinary children dreaming about fairytale lives and waiting for some magic to happen in their lives to turn their sorrows into joys
Komal Shahab
Oct 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The author shared the e-book with me for review.
So getting towards the review; once again the amazing author has come up with something different yet interesting, and with a perfect message.

The book is based upon the story of six little kids, whose life share the similarities with famous fairytales and so they want to lead a life based upon their imaginations waiting for the magical outcomes.

But, the realization strikes hard when they got to know that the real essence of life lies in hope, cour
Alma Hammond
Aug 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The author, an educator, did a brilliant job of creating fairy tales with children representing the classical ones in the magical world with a message for children in the practical world. Highly recommend.
Nov 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
‘Fairy Tales of Ordinary Children’ starts off with a meeting between five friends, Tariq, Aminah, Zunaira, Abeera, and Asad. They often meet in a garden where they share their day to day problems and how they cannot do anything about those problems. In order to escape reality, they turn towards fairy tales to help lighten their moods.

They soon realize that each of their stories are remarkably similar to some well known fairy tales. So, they start believing in them and wait for some magic to happ
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With multiple degrees in psychology, commerce, and education, Ayesha Marfani has always had an avid passion for learning. Her love of reading led her to take her writing hobby and turn it into a career with Crimson Cloak Publishing. This independent publication, ‘Fairy Tales of Ordinary Children’ is the first of many tales she has written for children and young people. Her inspiration stems from h ...more

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