The Brothers Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm were German academics, linguists and authors specializing in collecting and publishing folklore. This first volume of Children’s and Household Tales was published in 1812 and was criticized for not being suitable for children and in later editions certain amendments were made. One mother had three daughters and loved the eldest one most and hated the youngest one. Once the youngest daughter gets lost in a forest and runs into a lonely cabin with an old man living in it. He invites her for dinner and offers her to put up for the night. In the morning, the girl finds a huge bag of money and carries it to her mother. The mother wants the two other daughters to do the same, but what if the temper matters? This is a nice edifying story for little children.