Hans Christian Andersen's the Snow Queen
Publisher: Turtleback Books
Pages no: 42
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, Fairy Tales
, 19th Century
, Picture Books
, Short Stories
- Read a classic holiday book from your childhood (to a child if you have one handy). Alas, I didn't have a child handy, and Holly was singularly unimpressed, so I just settled down on my couch and read Andersen's fairy tale of love conquering eternal ice all by myself! The story also makes fo...
How I feel after reading this. I have no idea what the moral of this fairy tale is.
This is my favorite fairy tale, hands down. If I'm honest, I'm such a huge fan of snow and cold weather. The idea of snow becoming personified makes a lot of sense, because winter does seem to have a life of its own. I love in Texas, and we don't get much winter, but I grew up with it. I miss it so ...
Well, I'm not gonna turn down an audible freebie now am I?Their take: The Snow Queen will be free until January 31, 2015. Audible's 2014 Narrator of the Year Julia Whelan performs one of Hans Christian Andersen's most beloved fairy tales, The Snow Queen. This classic tale is a fantastical fable of t...
Kay and Gerda's stories start quite similarly. Both are carried off, partly as a result of their own actions, though they are taken far further than they thought. Both are trapped by magical beings who cause them to lose their memory and give them impossible or meaningless occupations. The differenc...
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