Myers Briggs Fairy Tales

Fairy tales speak to our inner child. People throughout time and all over the world relate to archetypal characters like the princess, the foolish youngest brother, the orphan, the big, bad wolf, and the wise old king.

I have always loved reading and writing fairy tales. After thinking about some of the common fairy tale heroes and heroines I realized that they often fit into the Myers Briggs 16 personality types.

My imagination reared up like the trusty steed of a wandering prince (another fairy tale archetype) and I decided to write and illustrate 16 fairy tales. Each Myers Briggs personality type will be the featured character in their own true-to-type story. Hope you enjoy them.

To learn more about the 16 personality types:

Illustration of Wolf Approaching Little Red Riding Hood

Color illustration from the fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood depicting the character, Little Red Riding Hood, sitting on the grass and cowering as a wolf approaches her. | Part of: ‘Grimm’s Fairy Tales’ by the Brothers Grimm. — Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS

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