Fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen /

Danish author and poet Hans Christian Andersen is regarded as one of the most important figures in the genre of children's literature. With tales such as "The Ugly Duckling," "The Little Mermaid," "The Steadfast Tin Soldier," "The Snow Queen," "Thumb...

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Main Author: Andersen, H. C. 1805-1875.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Danish
Published: [Auckland, N.Z.] : Floating Press, ©2010.
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Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Title; Contents; A Story; By the Almshouse Window; The Angel; Anne Lisbeth; The Conceited Apple-Branch; Beauty of Form and Beauty of Mind; The Beetle Who Went on His Travels; The Bell; The Bell-Deep; The Bird of Popular Song; The Bishop of Borglum and His Warriors; The Bottle Neck; The Buckwheat; The Butterfly; A Cheerful Temper; The Child in the Grave; Children's Prattle; The Farm-Yard Cock and the Weather-Cock; The Daisy; The Darning-Needle; Delaying is Not Forgetting; The Drop of Water; The Dryad; Jack the Dullard; The Dumb Book; The Elf of the Rose; The Elfin Hill; The Emperor's New Suit.
  • The Fir TreeThe Flax; The Flying Trunk; The Shepherd's Story of the Bond of Friendship; The Girl Who Trod on the Loaf; The Goblin and the Huckster; The Golden Treasure; The Goloshes of Fortune; She was Good for Nothing; Grandmother; A Great Grief; The Happy Family; A Leaf from Heaven; Holger Danske; Ib and Little Christina; The Ice Maiden; The Jewish Maiden; The Jumper; The Last Dream of the Old Oak; The Last Pearl; Little Claus and Big Claus; The Little Elder-Tree Mother; Little Ida's Flowers; The Little Match-Seller; The Little Mermaid; Little Tiny or Thumbelina; Little Tuk.
  • The Loveliest Rose in the WorldThe Mail-Coach Passengers; The Marsh King's Daughter; The Metal Pig; The Money-Box; What the Moon Saw; The Neighbouring Families; The Nightingale; There is No Doubt About It; In the Nursery; The Old Bachelor's Nightcap; The Old Church Bell; The Old Grave-Stone; The Old House; What the Old Man Does is Always Right; The Old Street Lamp; Ole-Luk-Oie, the Dream-God; Ole the Tower-Keeper; Our Aunt; The Garden of Paradise; The Pea Blossom; The Pen and the Inkstand; The Philosopher's Stone; The Phoenix Bird; The Portuguese Duck; The Porter's Son; Poultry Meg's Family.
  • The Princess and the PeaThe Psyche; The Puppet-Show Man; The Races; The Red Shoes; Everything in the Right Place; A Rose from Homer's Grave; The Snail and the Rose-Tree; A Story from the Sand-Hills; The Saucy Boy; The Shadow; The Shepherdess and the Sheep; The Silver Shilling; The Shirt-Collar; The Snow Man; The Snow Queen; The Snowdrop; Something; Soup from a Sausage Skewer; The Storks; The Storm Shakes the Shield; The Story of a Mother; The Sunbeam and the Captive; The Swan's Nest; The Swineherd; The Thistle's Experiences; The Thorny Road of Honor; In a Thousand Years; The Brave Tin Soldier.
  • The Tinder-BoxThe Toad; The Top and Ball; The Travelling Companion; Two Brothers; Two Maidens; The Ugly Duckling; Under the Willow-Tree; In the Uttermost Parts of the Sea; What One Can Invent; The Wicked Prince; The Wild Swans; The Will-O-The Wisp is in the Town, Says the Moor Woman; The Story of the Wind; The Windmill; The Story of the Year; Endnotes.