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Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen

Folk and fairy tales

Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairy tales, beautiful and violent, filled with magic and horror – blurb to follow


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8 comments on “Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen

  1. aglynthomas says:

    These fairy tales are awesome because they are so imaginative and show that a book is metaphorically a magnet.

  2. risaacs says:

    I really like the fairy tales of hans Christian Anderson because they are serious and funny at the same time I really like them.

  3. claque says:

    Andersen Fairy Tales are known by everyone and stories like the ugly duckling are nice. The fairy tale collection has many stories and I have not read all of them.

  4. Otto Meyric Rothstein says:

    Although I haven’t read all of them I loved the ones I read. My favourite was the wood cutter one.

  5. ecoyle says:

    I haven’t read all of these books but the ones I’ve read I love!?

  6. Mr Milne says:

    King of fairy tales. An immortal of children’s literature. Son of a shoemaker and washerwoman, Hans Christian Andersen wrote more than 150 of the world’s most brilliant fairy tales, beautiful and sometimes frightening, translated into more than 150 languages.

  7. ibuglione says:

    The way that the story’s are told are magical. They pull you into the story and make you feel how the characters feel. This is why I would recomend this book.

  8. mmaccallumhall says:

    A magical and beautifully descriptive selection of fairytales written by Hans Christian Anderson