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Christian Birmingham; Illustrator.
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Danish poet and novelist Hans Christian Andersen is best known for the dozens of fairy tales he wrote.
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Despite being neglected by the emperor for a jewel-studded bird, the little nightingale revives the dying ruler with its beautiful song.
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A young girl feels a pea through twenty mattresses and twenty featherbeds and proves that she is a real princess.
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In this humorous retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Princess and the Pea," Lorelei must pass many difficult tests in order to prove that she is a true princess and win the hand of Prince Nicholas
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A stunningly illustrated retelling of an acclaimed fairy tale With a mix of naturalistic and surrealistic artwork, this translation captures the spirit of one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most famous works. Neighbors Kai and Gerda grow up as best friends. But when Kai is swept away by the evil Snow Queen, Gerda embarks on an adventure to save Kai.
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After the Snow Queen abducts her friend Kai, Gerda sets out on a perilous and magical journey to find him.
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"A new version of the classic Hans Christen Andersen fairytale about a tin soldier who falls in love with a toy ballerina"--
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A retelling of the story about a soldier who encounters a witch with promises of material gain. The soldier eventually learns the secret of the witch's tinderbox and her three magical dogs. Each of the dogs grant him a wish, at the expense of the kingdom.
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An ugly duckling spends an unhappy year ostracized by the other animals before he grows into a beautiful swan
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A tiny girl no bigger than a thumb is stolen by a great ugly toad and subsequently has many adventures and makes many animal friends, before finding the perfect mate in a warm and beautiful southern land.
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Can a clever young girl save her eleven brothers from the curse of a wicked queen in this classic fairy tale with delicate pen and ink illustrations? (Ages: 4-8).
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