Fairy-stories are always delightful but they gain an additional interest when they bear the stamp of the people among whom they circulated. This is certainly the case in Miss Grierson's books. Some, of course, are of the type common to most countries, but the majority are essentially Scottish. Miss Grierson has drawn them from all sources: folklore, minstrelsy, and legends. The central figure of this fairy-tale is Robin Redbreast on his way to the King's palace where he is going to sing for the King and the Court as the Christmas time is coming. But it's not that simple for him to get there as he meets a lot of creatures on his way and to many of them he seems quite a delicious dish! What adventures are in store for him? Will he get to the King's Palace in one piece? Read 'Wedding of Robin Readbreast And Jenny Wren' and find out!