INSPIRATION | Clara Tales

Giving little ones a chance to shine, Clara Tales is a series of original fairytales performed and narrated by kids.


Stylesight Clara Tales

Giving little ones a chance to shine, Clara Tales is a series of original fairytales performed and narrated by kids. The pint-sized actors star in a classic fairytale format featuring a girl and her wicked stepmother. Forced to work ceaselessly, the girl finds a magical stone that grants her a single wish, courtesy of a wise old bird. Check out the video below to watch the happy ending.


INSPIRATION | Clara Tales
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