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Fairy tales are the simplest and purest expressions of the collective unconscious and thus offer the clearest understanding of the basic patterns of the human psyche. This collection brings together two European traditions.
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(Graphic Spin). (Reading Level: Grades 1-3; Interest Level: Grades 3-8).
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[Unabridged]. 5 CDs / 6 hrs & 9 mins. Includes Moni the Goat-Boy by Johanna Spyri, An Adventure on Island Rock by L.M. Montgomery, Tom Thumb by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, The Tin Man and the Scarecrow by L. Frank Baum, The Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen, How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin by Rudyard Kipling, The Mouse by Saki, Accidental Magic by E. Nesbit, Mermaids by Louisa May Alcott, Little Nell by Charles Dickens, The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen, and The Sun-Dog Trail by Jack London.
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In preparing this first English translation of the complete fairy tales and stories as collected and told by Andersen, Erik Haugaard has scrupulously followed the text and the order of the stories in the original Danish edition of 1874. This edition includes Andersen's own notes to his stories. The fairy tales he wrote, such as 'The Snow Queen,' 'The Ugly Duckling,' 'The Red Shoes,' and 'The Nightengale,' are remarkable for their sense of fantasy, power of description, and acute sesnitivity, and they are like no others written before or since. For all ages! Index. 1,001p.
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Karen is a small and unfortunate child who is so poor she can’t even afford a new pair of shoes. After her mother's death, she is taken in and adopted by an elderly blind woman, and it seems as though her life will take a turn for the better. But although Karen is a kind and gentle girl, something diabolical nests in her young soul: vanity. She is so overcome by the vain desire for something beautiful—a pair of red shoes—that those very shoes will be her demise. Karen es una niña pequeña e infortunada tan pobre que ni siquiera puede comprarse un nuevo par de zapatos. Tras la muerte de su madre, es acogida y adoptada por una anciana y parece que su vida va a mejorar. Pero aunque Karen es una niña amable y dulce, algo diabólico anida en su alma infantil: la vanidad. Es tan apoderada por el anhelo vanidoso por algo hermoso—un par de zapatos rojos—que esos mismos zapatos serán su desgracia.
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Edmund Dulac, one of the premier artists from the Golden Age of children's book illustration, was unsurpassed in his exquisite use of color. He created some of his best-known and celebrasted works for this deluxe edition, which includes the stories of The Snow Queen, The Nightengale, The Real Princess (The Princess and the Pea), The Garden of paradisem The mermaid (The Little mermaid), The Emperor's New Clothes, and The Wind's Tale. This edition is reprinted in its original large format. Illus., 28 color plates & other decorative elements. (All Ages).
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The designer illustrates the tale of a vain emperor brought low by two cunning tailors and an honest child
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A princess rescues her 11 brothers from a transformative spell cast by their wicked stepmother, in a beautifully illustrated, wordless accordion board book accompanied by a separate booklet that contains the story's text.
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