Generally I love Fiona Goble's books with designs for knitted toys, but I definitely do not care for FAIRY TALE KNITS. It's a collection of little knitted dolls that recreate the characters from "Little Red Riding Hood", "Rapunzel", "Hansel and Gretel", "Goldilocks and the Three Bears", "The Three Little Pigs", and "Beauty and the Beast". The figures are pleasant enough, but I can't imagine what I would do with them after putting in the effort it would take to knit and stuff them. A gift for a child? A "Rapunzel" diorama? A teaching tool in an elementary classroom?
Some of the Goble books that I really like are these: Knit Your Own Zombie, The Twelve Knits of Christmas, and Knit Your Own Royal Wedding. All of these have characters that I think would be fun to knit and would make interesting displays. Because I can't see the need for dolls that illustrate these six well-loved fairy tales, I rate FAIRY TALE KNITS at 3 stars ("It's OK" on the official Amazon scale).