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Candies and Stories
Hansel and Gretel are walking through a forest, but despite the treats they initially see, their path looks grim and shifty...
|3 white puffy cylinders
One day a small brown bird came across some mist. The mist was hungry, and the bird offered to find it food. They became fast friends. But, when a brash wagoneer kills the slumbering mist, the bird vows revenge.
|3 long wafers with thin layers of chocolate in between, and a chocolate coating. The top of the wafer is obscured by a black rectangle.
A small child with a married hat is given a task to travel to her grandmother's house to deliver a basket of treats. But she must beware the wolf along the path that might lure her off the trail.
|A brown baked treat in a thin, white, ruffly paper container, with blue frosting decorated with pink sprinkles in a tall elaborate swirl on the top
There once was a beautiful lady whose father wanted to find just the right match. One day, a rich and good looking suitor appeared, and when the father could find no fault with the man, he promised his daughter then and there. The daughter spies on her husband to be and discovers he's part of a gang of stretchy men. She steals evidence of their elastic deeds and the town brings them to justice.
|A grid of yellow hexagons, with white walls
Once upon a time there was a king who became lost in a forest. In exchange for learning the way home, he agreed to marry the daughter of a witch. The king knew he could not break his vow, but he wanted his children of a previous marriage to be safe, so he hid them away. But the step-queen found all his hidden sons, and for each of them sewed jerseys of white or red, along with matching stockings. When she put them on his sons, they turned into beautiful, graceful, water-dwelling, and baseball-loving birds. However, the step-queen did not notice the king's daughter, who eventually found her brothers and sewed other jerseys for them, breaking the 86-year curse as they flew to her just in time.
|A dark brown circular cookie with ridges on its surface. The middle of the circle is obscured by a black rectangle.
Once upon a time there was a fox with seven little children. Unfortunately, one day she left her house and despite warning her children to not let the wolf in, she returned home to find only one of her children still there, and learned that the wolf had eaten all the others. Fortunately, she was able to find the wolf sleeping, cut open his belly, and replace her still-alive children inside with stones, which caused the wolf to fall into a well.