A Hansel And Gretel Audiobook Story
A beastly stepmother. A magical gingerbread house and of course a wicked witch. Where will Hansel and Gretel's adventures take them? If you are looking for a great story to help teach your little one about being resilient, resourceful and sticking together to overcome challenges, this is the perfect fairy tale for you. Our retelling of Hansel and Gretel focuses on themes of not trusting strangers (even if they treat you nicely), survival, bravery and deception with a happy ending. Hansel and Gretel is a classic German fairy tale, made famous by the Brothers Grimm in their collection of Grimm’s Fairy Tales published in 1812. It quickly became a timeless tale that captured the imaginations of generations.
Can you read the Hansel And Gretel story for free?
Yes! You can read this modern retelling for free. Our story retellings closely follow the original storylines and add modern twists in the illustrations.
Is there a read aloud version?
You can choose to experience this story read aloud or you can read it yourself.
Who wrote the Hansel And Gretel story?
This story was originally written by the Brothers Grimm way back in 1812.
What is the short summary?
This classic fairy tale is about two children who get lost in a forest. The poor children stumble upon a gingerbread house. The candy house belonged to an evil witch. The wicked witch disliked naughty children and she quickly thought of a plan and seized Hansel. Poor Hansel was thrown into a cage, the evil witch intent on fattening him up to eat him. Hansel's little sister, Gretel began to think of a plan. Gretel knew that if the evil witch turned her back then she could outsmart her. When the time was right Gretel pushed the evil witch into the oven. The old witch was surprised, she couldn't believe two children could trick her. Then Gretel turned and unlocked the cage, Hansel threw open the door and then Hansel sprang free. The two children returned home safely.