Seven Stories by Hans Christian Andersen (Anglais) Belle reliure – septembre 1978
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In any event, I am now a 32 year-old father of a 2 year-old and this was one of my absolute favorite books growing up. I recently dug it out of storage to read to my little guy, and he loves it as well. He is only 2, and has a wide variety of books that he loves, but ever since I introduced this one a few months ago, 9 times out of 10 he asks for the "storybook."
In fact, the reason why I am even on this page is because, after reading The Bog King's Daughter to him tonight, I thought that a friend who also has a 2 year-old would also love to have the book and was looking to see if it was still for sale. I was surprised to see that it got such a low review, but when the negative review refers to Big and Little Klaus as brothers, it is safe to assume that it was written by some illiterate who hasn't even read this "kiddified" version, let alone the original stories.
So basically, if you happen to be reading this review and know nothing about this book, which I think would be something of a long shot, just know that yes, it is based on stories that are a bit darker than Brown Bear, but it is also the rare combination of a master storyteller (Andersen) and master illustrator (Carle). If you can find a copy, do yourself and your kids a favor and buy it.