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The Runaway Pancake: Folktales of Aarne-Thompson type 2025
by D. L. Ashliman

Appalachian Tales and Legends: Runaway Cakes and Gingerbread Boys
by Tina L. Hanlon (Applit)


Here is a gallery of covers to books, movies and more featuring the Gingerbread Man fairy tale. Clicking on an image will link you to the item on Amazon.com where you can read more about it.

Picture Books

The Gingerbread Man by Nancy NolteGingerbread Man by Hugh Lupton

The Stinky Cheese Man by Jon ScieszkaThe Runaway Dinner by Allan Ahlberg

Previously by Allan Ahlberg

The Gingerbread Cowboy by Janet SquiresThe Gingerbread Girl by Lisa Campbell ErnstThe Gingerbread Girl by Owen Yearwood

The Gingerbread Boy by EgielskiThe Gingerbread Man by Aylesworth

The Gingerbread Baby by Jan BrettThe Gingerbread Man by Eric Kimmel

The Gingerbread Boy by Paul Galdone

The Gingerbread Man by BaumgastnerThe Gingerbread Boy by Cook

The Gingerbread Man by Carol JonesThe Gingerbread Man by Catherine McCafferty

The Runaway Tortilla by Eric KimmelThe Cajun Gingerbread Boy by Berthe Amoss

The Runaway Rice Cake by Ying Chang CompestineStop That Pickle! by Peter Armour

The Runaway Latkes by Leslie KimmelmanRunaway Dreidel! by Leslea Newman

The Matzo Ball Boy by Lisa Shulman

The Matzah Man: A Passover Story by Naomi HowlandThe Gingerbread Man by John A. Rowe

The Musubi ManThe Clay Boy by Mirra GinsburgThe Gingerbread Rabbit by Randall Jarrell

The Little Cookie (Modern Curriculum Press Beginning to Read Series) by Margaret Hillert


None so far!

Short Stories

Can't Catch Me : And Other Twice-Told Tales by Michael CadnumBlack Thorn, White RoseBlack Thorn, White Rose


Tales, Then and Now by Altman and  de VosFairy Tales from Greenhaven Press

Fairy Tale Collections

None so far!


None so far!


Shrek DVD


None so far!

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