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Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales (The Complete Collection)
 
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Hans Andersen's Fairy Tales (The Complete Collection) [Format Kindle]

Hans Andersen

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From Publishers Weekly

Gilded illustrations by Isabelle Brent add sparkle to Viking's Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen. Old favorites such as "The Ugly Duckling" and "The Snow Queen" are the mainstay of this 12-story collection, but older readers already familiar with Andersen may welcome the inclusion of such lesser known tales as "The Snowman" and "Father's Always Right" ($19.99, 144p, all ages ISBN 0-670-85930-3 Sept.).
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From School Library Journal

Kindergarten-Grade 6?Most of the 12 fairy tales collected in this handsome, appealing volume are popular stories such as "The Ugly Duckling," "The Snow Queen," and "Thumbelina," while some are less familiar: "Grief," "The Shadow," and "It's Perfectly True." Philip has done an exemplary job in selection and translation; apart from an occasional jarring colloquialism, the narratives are done with care and respect for the language and tone of Andersen's tales. They retain the old-fashioned style of the original stories, and while the pace is measured, it does not lag. Brent's jewel-toned illustrations highlighted with gold leaf are eye-catching and lavish. They are set in abstract borders, and the pattern is repeated on the margins of the text pages. Each page is edged with gold leaf on the vertical sides, and the result is inviting and attractive. There is little overlap with Eric Blegvad's fine collection, Twelve Tales (McElderry, 1994). A lovely collaboration.?Donna L. Scanlon, Lancaster County Library, PA
Copyright 1995 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Booklist

Gr. 4^-6, younger for reading aloud. Glowingly illustrated by Isabelle Brent with lots of gold ornament and brilliant color, the 12 tales in this collection have been retold by Philip with immediacy and romance and a relaxed, conversational style. ("So he came back home, very put out, because he did so long for a real princess" ). Some of the stories are well known, including "The Ugly Duckling" and Philip's previously published version of "The Snow Queen" ; some will be new to most readers. The design will make this a popular gift book in bookstores, and storytellers in classrooms and libraries will also find it a dramatic collection. In his fine introduction Philip says that Andersen, the awkward, ugly duckling, became a magnificent swan when writing his fairy tales, that he combined the oral tradition with the intimate secrets of his life and thoughts. Hazel Rochman

Présentation de l'éditeur

Here are 138 tales written by Hans Christian Andersen. These tales include:
1 THE ANGEL
2 ANNE LISBETH
3 BEAUTY OF FORM AND BEAUTY OF MIND
4 THE BEETLE WHO WENT ON HIS TRAVELS
5 THE BELL
6 THE BELL-DEEP
7 THE BIRD OF POPULAR SONG
8 THE BISHOP OF BORGLUM AND HIS WARRIORS
9 THE BOTTLE NECK
10 THE BRAVE TIN SOLDIER
11 THE BUCKWHEAT
12 THE BUTTERFLY
13 BY THE ALMSHOUSE WINDOW
14 A CHEERFUL TEMPER
15 THE CHILD IN THE GRAVE
16 CHILDREN'S PRATTLE
17 THE CONCEITED APPLE BRANCH
18 THE DAISY
19 THE DARNING-NEEDLE
20 DELAYING IS NOT FORGETTING
21 THE DREAM OF LITTLE TUK
22 THE DROP OF WATER
23 THE DRYAD
24 THE DUMB BOOK
25 ELDER-TREE MOTHER
26 THE ELF OF THE ROSE
27 THE ELFIN HILL
28 THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES
29 EVERYTHING IN ITS RIGHT PLACE
30 THE FALSE COLLAR
31 THE FARMYARD COCK AND THE WEATHERCOCK
32 THE FIR TREE
33 THE FLAX
34 THE FLYING TRUNK
35 THE GARDEN OF PARADISE
36 THE GIRL WHO TROD ON THE LOAF
37 THE GOBLIN AND THE HUCKSTER
38 THE GOLDEN TREASURE
39 THE GOLOSHES OF FORTUNE
40 GRANDMOTHER
41 GREAT CLAUS AND LITTLE CLAUS
42 A GREAT GRIEF
43 THE GREENIES
44 THE HAPPY FAMILY
45 HOLGER DANSKE
46 IB AND LITTLE CHRISTINA
47 THE ICE MAIDEN
48 IN A THOUSAND YEARS
49 IN THE NURSERY
50 IN THE UTTERMOST PARTS OF THE SEA
51 JACK THE DULLARD
52 THE JEWISH MAIDEN
53 THE JUMPER
54 THE LAST DREAM OF THE OLD OAK
55 THE LAST PEARL
56 A LEAF FROM HEAVEN
57 THE LEAP-FROG
58 LITTLE CLAUS AND BIG CLAUS
59 THE LITTLE ELDER-TREE MOTHER
60 LITTLE IDA'S FLOWERS
61 THE LITTLE MATCH GIRL
62 THE LITTLE MERMAID
63 LITTLE THUMBELINA
64 THE LOVELIEST ROSE IN THE WORLD
65 THE LOVING PAIR
66 THE MAIL-COACH PASSENGERS
67 THE MARSH KING'S DAUGHTER
68 THE METAL PIG
69 THE MONEY BOX
70 THE NAUGHTY BOY
71 THE NEIGHBOURING FAMILIES
72 THE NIGHTINGALE
73 THE OLD BACHELOR'S NIGHTCAP
74 THE OLD CHURCH BELL
75 THE OLD GRAVE-STONE
76 THE OLD HOUSE
77 THE OLD STREET LAMP
78 OLE-LUK-OIE THE DREAM GOD
80 OUR AUNT
81 THE PEA BLOSSOM
82 THE PEN AND THE INKSTAND
83 THE PHILOSOPHER'S STONE
84 THE PHOENIX BIRD
85 THE PORTER'S SON
86 THE PORTUGUESE DUCK
87 THE PUPPET-SHOW MAN
88 POULTRY MEG'S FAMILY
89 THE PSYCHE
90 THE RACES
91 THE REAL PRINCESS
92 THE RED SHOES
93 A ROSE FROM HOMER'S GRAVE
94 THE ROSES AND THE SPARROWS
95 THE SAUCY BOY
96 THE SHADOW
97 SHE WAS GOOD FOR NOTHING
98 THE SHEPHERDESS AND THE CHIMNEY SWEEP
99 THE SHEPHERDESS AND THE SHEEP
100 THE SHEPHERD'S STORY OF THE BOND OF FRIENDSHIP
101 THE SHIRT-COLLAR
102 THE SILVER SHILLING
103 THE SNAIL AND THE ROSE-TREE
104 THE SNOWDROP
105 THE SNOW MAN
106 THE SNOW QUEEN
107 SOMETHING
108 SOUP FROM A SAUSAGE SKEWER
109 THE STEADFAST TIN SOLDIER
110 THE STORKS
111 THE STORM SHAKES THE SHIELD
112 A STORY
113 A STORY FROM THE SAND-HILLS
114 THE STORY OF A MOTHER
115 THE STORY OF THE WIND
116 THE STORY OF THE YEAR
117 THE SUNBEAM AND THE CAPTIVE
118 SUNSHINE STORIES
119 THE SWAN'S NEST
120 THE SWINEHERD
121 THE TEAPOT
122 THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT
123 THE THISTLE'S EXPERIENCES
124 THE THORNY ROAD OF HONOR
125 THE TINDER-BOX
126 THE TOAD
127 THE TOP AND BALL
128 THE TRAVELLING COMPANION
129 THE UGLY DUCKLING
130 UNDER THE WILLOW-TREE
131 WHAT HAPPENED TO THE THISTLE
132 WHAT ONE CAN INVENT
133 WHAT THE GOODMAN DOES IS ALWAYS RIGHT
134 WHAT THE MOON SAW
135 THE WICKED PRINCE
136 THE WILD SWANS
137 THE WILL-O-THE WISP IS IN THE TOWN, SAYS THE MOOR WOMAN
138 THE WINDMILL

Book Description

This collection of twenty-six tales features reproductions of the original illustrations by Vilhelm Pedersen and Lorenz Frolich, especially photographed from the drawings in the Hans Andersen Museum at Odense.

Ingram

A new collection of beloved tales that have been popular for more than a century features twelve favorite stories, including ""Thumbelina,"" ""The Princess and the Pea,"" and ""The Ugly Duckling.""

Library of Congress

Twelve tales including "The Princess and the Pea," "Thumbelina," "The Happy Family," and "The Goblin at the Grocer's."

Biographie de l'auteur

Hans Christian Andersen was born in Odense, Denmark, in 1805. At the age of 14 he went to Copenhagen to become an actor. He failed and instead went back to school, where he was very unhappy. He published his first book, an account of a walking trip in 1829. From then on he wrote many books, finding his true voice in his original fairy stories, which often had their basis in his life. He died in 1875.
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