It is frequently emphasized by researchers that folklore products should be used in child education. It is also claimed that folklore products should be used in the curriculum for cultural transfer. For this reason, researchers investigate folk literature in relation to children's literature. However, the question of which products are suitable for children has not been adequately investigated. Although the subject of what values are found in particularly the fairy tales investigate time to time, it cannot be said that this issue is examined in every aspect. Although it is emphasized that the folk tale is not suitable for children, there is no discussion about which tales are suitable or which are not. Therefore, this study will examine the subject of value transfer which the researchers do not focus on sufficiently and a different approach to descriptive analysis will be proposed. To make an example of this subject, it will be focused on animal tales, Ignácz Kúnos's 44 Turkish Fairy Tales (44 Türk Masalı)and Naki Tezel's Turkish Tales (Türk Masalları) will be used.
Fairy Tale, Talking Animals, Value Transfer.