Hans Christian Andersen was a Danish author and playwright best remembered for the 156 unique and influential fairy tales he wrote during his lifetime that have since become a cornerstone in our collective culture and folklore. Beloved by children and adults alike, his stories are widely read across the globe, having been translated into numerous languages. They have been the inspiration for countless stories, plays, and movies since they were published in the 1800s.
Within this collection are thirty of Andersen’s most memorable fairytales, ranging from classics such as e Little Mermaid and e Emperor’s New Clothes to the tales of the frigid Snow Queen and the Arabian Nights-inspired Flying Trunk, to lesser-known stories such as that of The Portuguese Duck. Also nestled within the stories are some beautiful ink illustrations to enhance the reading experience. No matter their age, all readers are sure to find themselves captivated by the contents of this treasure trove.
Fairy Tales - Thirty of Andersen’s most memorable fairytales