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The purposes of this research were 1) to compare English reading comprehension scores of Mathayom Suksa II students before and after learning under the learning management with the use of English fairy tales; and 2) to study the satisfaction with learning of Mathayom Suksa II students. The research sample consisted of 39 Mathayom Suksa II students at Hong Son Suksa School in Mae Hong Son province during the second semester of the 2016 academic year, obtained by cluster sampling. The employed research tools were 1) learning management plans with the use of English fairy tales, 2) an English reading comprehension test, and 3) a questionnaire to assess the satisfaction with learning. The data were analyzed using the mean, standard deviation, and t-test. The research findings showed that 1) the post-learning mean score on English reading comprehension of Mathayom Suksa II students was significantly higher than its pre-learning counterpart at the .05 level of statistical significance; and 2) the overall satisfaction with learning of Mathayom Suksa II students was at the high level.