A traditional children story

A traditional children story is a story based on the culture, traditional values and folk customs of one nation, country or region. As such, it bears the characteristics of the area in which it originated. It is a story that has been told and re-told for many years and consequently has become a story that almost everyone knows (the classics). It contains elements of local fairy tales, myths, legends and verbal sharing stories of one nation/ country/culture. They include spoken and written stories, pictures, songs, and poems which are supposed to educate, instruct, and entertain children by conveying the values, attitudes and information necessary so  that children learn to develop skills to live harmoniously within a certain society and culture.

My favourite childhood story
My favourite children's story is Las Tres Reinas Magas: Melchora, Gaspara y Baltasara (The Three Wise Queens: Melchora, Gaspara and Baltasara), by Gloria Fuertes.
José González Riera
José González RieraEuro-Arab Foundation (FUNDEA), Spain
My favourite children story is Rapunzel by the Grimm Brothers.
Frida Bišćan
Frida BišćanNational and University Library in Zagreb, Croatia
My favourite children story is Kā Ņauva meklēja draugu (How Ņauva looked for a friend) by Dzidra Rinkule-Zemzare
Sanita Putniņa
Sanita PutniņaCreative Ideas, Latvia
My favourite children story is The History of Tom Thumb, the first fairy tale printed in English.
Despina Karakatsani
Despina KarakatsaniUniversity of the Peloponnese, Greece