A Modern Retelling of Outdated Fairytales. I'm Miral Sattar, mother of three and I rewrite outdated fairy tales with problem-solving, smart princesses. Bearily Bear Stories feature diverse, confident characters. There are no damsels in distress here. These reimagined childhood classics include A Story of a Smart Princess and a Certain Pea, Gretel and Hansel, A Girl Named Rapunzel and much more.
A Tale of Sweeping Beauty
A Tale of Sweeping Beauty. Being a perfect princess is hard work, and Pachama learns that worrying about being perfect all the time isn't the best way after all. Brought to you by Miral Sattar of Bearily Bear.
An early sneak peak of Bearily Bear Reimagined Fairy Tales Season 2.
The Awkward Duckling
The Awkward Duckling. What's a mother duck to do when a swan entrusts her with a precious egg? She loves this special baby chick like it's her own! A fable reimagining of fostering and adoption for all ages.
The Mask Maker
The Mask Maker - There's no magic required when you set out to save your people. An adorable retelling of The Elves and the Shoemaker for our modern-day needs. Brought to you by Miral Sattar of Bearily Bear.
Princess Amira of Abeba
A modern retelling of Snow White. Instead of Snow White we have Princess Amira. Brought to you by Miral Sattar of Bearily Bear.
The 12 Dancing Ranis (Princesses)
A modern retelling of the 12 Dancing Princesses (also known as Ranis) that takes place in India. By Miral Sattar of Bearily Bear.
Princess Zara's First Ramadan Fast
In this special story Princess Zara observes her first fast in Ramadan.
Brought to you by Miral Sattar of Bearily Bear.
The messages we want to send our little girls
Most fairy tales and even old Disney are so cringeworthy, I can’t expose my daughters to them, but these episodes bring all the fun of the fairytales with a modern message you’d actually want your kids to hear - amazing!
My kids, especially my daughter, just love these stories. Entertaining and each has a good lesson.
What a wonderful way to enjoy classic stories with a fresh take! My 6 year old niece loves this!! Looking forward to more soon!