Folktales is a general term for different varieties of traditional narrative. The telling of stories appears to be a cultural universal, common to basic and complex societies alike. Even the forms folktales take are certainly similar from culture to culture, and comparative studies of themes and narrative ways have been successful in showing these relationships. Also it is considered to be an oral tale to be told for everybody.
The Monkey Drivers
The monkeys wear crash helmets, and think they were racing drivers...
The Mistress of The Copper Mountain
Stepanushko marched right up to him. "I saw the Mistress of the Copper Mountain yesterday," he said...
Sammy was very, very scared when he looked up and saw that he was being carried by a hawk...
The Malachite Casket
Tanyushka did a few bits of work outside, and went into the house to get the casket. She put on the jeweled headdress and the earrings...
The Three Magic Things
Latvian Folktales: You must not go alone, for you can never tell what you may be up against. I will come with you and help you in your trouble...
The Quarrelsome Ducks!
The rain was pouring down, and the ducks quacked with joy...
Why Geese Bathe In The Water, Cats Wash On The Top Of A Stove, And Chickens Take Dust Bathes
Ukrainian Folktales: Geese flapped their wings and flew straight for the water, they swam and played about in it, and they liked it so much that they honked loudly in pleasure...