Thank you for this list. I finally got to exploring this, and it just says Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, … 51. No other description of what’s in each chapter, so I bookmarked your post. I wanted to see how Aesop’s fables read now as an adult, and whether they’d be good to read to my son, so I turned to Chapter 17 and then there’s three things listed there, so you can jump to Aesop’s Fables, Grimm’s tales or Anderson’s fables. I read a story from each, and they are nice stores. Aesop’s fables are way shorter than I remember, probably good for little kids. And Grimm and Anderson are considerably longer. I can see myself reading those out loud as he gets older.
New Free Tor book is up. Book 1 in a series by John Scalzi (sp?). Worth reading anyone?