Reaching across the narrow space between them, she took her daughter’s hand and began to tell her stories from the magic books of the enchanted trunks of her Great-Uncle Marcos, which her poor memory transformed into new tales. This is how Alba learned about a prince who slept a hundred years, damsels who fought dragons single-handedly, and a wolf lost in a forest who was disembowled by a little girl for no reason whatsoever.

- From the House of the Spirits

- By Isabel Allende

BOB AND THE MAGIC FLY
THE EVER-GROWING PIG
THE GRADUATE STUDENT AND THE FROG
MELVIN THE MILDLY FLATULENT
THE WOMAN WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH A FISH
SIR WILLY AND THE HALF HEARTED DRAGON
NICE DAY FOR AN AIR-RAID DRILL
THE DAY OF THE WISCONSIN CHEESE EATERS
THE MAN IN CHARGE
THE SCHOOLHOUSE
GEORGE AND THE CATS