What companies post children's stories online?


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The Library of Congress, Children’s Storybooks and Bedtime Story’s online portals and ChildrensBooksOnline.com publish children’s stories online for readers ranging from early age to adult. The sites have a variety of original and classic stories including “Aesop's Fables,” “Alice's Adventures in Wonderland,” “Ye Three Blind Mice,” “Denslow's Mother Goose” and "Grimm's Fairy Tales."

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The Library of Congress’ online collection focuses on classic books for kids and teens. An interactive platform displays the tales in book form; users flip pages to read the story. The site also details important information about the book including its author and original publishing date.

Bedtime Story is an independent site that publishes stories from aspiring children’s authors and illustrators. The collective accepts submissions through the site, and users can search the stories by category or author.

Children’s Books Online has an extensive collection of illustrated children’s stories gathered and translated from a team of translators and volunteers. The site’s library divides is kid's section into pre-reader, very early, early, intermediate and advanced readers. “Aladdin,” “The Five Little Pigs,“ “Little Red Riding Hood” and the “Peter Rabbit” series start the scale and “Robin Hood,” “Robinson Crusoe,” and “Bluebeard and Other Stories” balance the higher levels of online reading material.

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