I rated this audio book at five purely on the narrating. I grew up with these stories and found them endearing after such long time.
For anyone who is looking for nice stories for young children and who has not read Grimm's Fairy Tales before, please don't chose this. The content is very grim indeed. All these Fairy Tales have these characteristic that I do not think are suitable for young children whose minds are still growing/absorbing: cruelty, misogynous, sexism, gender stereotype, fear, glorification of violence, dishonesty dressed up as wit and etc. In all, these stories reflect a bygone age with barbaric morality. I would not encourage any child under the age of ten to hear this book, even after the age of ten, to the age of 16, parents should be there to explain the difference between that time and this time and why something described in there is no longer suitable for this generation/era.
My 8 year old daughter loves this. I also bought her the paper book which she reads by herself. I believe this story gave ideas to kids about how to deal with emotional turmoil, set them free when they feel some confusing and conflicting feelings, and told them it is ok and it is normal. It talked about friendship and bullying, which is a great help too. My daughter started to write her own story, which is quite good. I only wished there are more books like this.