“Hello there, I’m a fox who prefers tea to wine. If possible with nice ginger biscuits. They send me crazy! Greedy, but I’m also a fox who, in the best family tradition, is an expert story-teller, a real luminary. I tell my stories to the cubs to send them off to sleep, to the chickens to bewitch them, and to Benny, Jimmy, George and Digs to throw them off my trail. I know so many stories in fact that if I had to tell all of them I’d need a night lasting an entire year”.
Being a fox does not just mean being wily, you must also be wise. A wisdom that comes from the ancient knowledge of tales passed down. Turning the impossible love of a man and a woman into the start of a happy rebirth despite being full of nostalgia. Time for tea: the fox tells the story. Enter the fairy tale: listen to it.
“At the first light of dawn young Jack Flamingo got ready for take-off and after a short run across the surface of the water, while he unfurled his strong pink wings in front of the rising sun, the whole colony gathered round the Flamingo family – mum, dad and little sister. There was a fair bit of trepidation and even the odd tear or two. Who could say if this would be Jack’s successful flight and he’d bring the transformation into effect?
Will young Jack Flamingo manage to complete the arduous mission inherited from his ancestors? Will the characters he meets on his long, perilous journey lead him to understand the essence of his nature and that of his Flamingo-people? Enter the fairy tale of the flamingo who wanted to pour the tea with hands and you will find out. Happy flying.
Mr. Pins lived in a delightful little house in the middle of a smiling village in the centre of a small region, in the heart of a green country in the midst of a large continent. Mr. Pins was famous for being a wise human being. He gave advice to everyone in the village. He was so famous that he advised the whole region, all the country and the entire continent. His role had been officially recognized with the conferring of an honorary degree in advice given him by the university of life, because whenever anyone had a doubt tormenting him, a problem to solve, or an important matter to consider, he knew he could count on Mr. Pins to give him advice and get him out of any difficulty.
The heavy man and the lightness of the butterfly. Mr. Pins is wise, good and clever, but he cannot sustain the entire weight of the world and he risks giving up. How will he manage to free himself? Who will show him the path and give him the courage to face the dangerous test of the pure soul? Enter the fairy tale on the wings of lightness and you will find out. Bon voyage.