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“Andersen’s fairy tales”. has translations in 18 languages: English, French ….

20:04 | 11/07/2019

A cheerful temper, a

A leaf from heaven

A picture from the ramparts

A rose from Homer’s grave

A story from the sand dunes

A story

A string of pearls

The angel

Anne Lisbeth

At the uttermost parts of the sea

Aunty Toothache



The beetle

The bell deep

The bell

The bird of folklore

The bishop of Börglum and his men

The bond of friendship

The bottle neck

The brave tin soldier

The buckwheat

The butterfly

By the almshouse window

The candles

Chicken Grethe’s family

The child in the grave

Children’s prattle

Clumsy Hans

The comet

The cripple

The daisy

The darning-needle

The days of the week

The drop of water

The dryad

The elderbush

The elf of the rose

The elfin hill

The emperor’s new suit

Everything in its proper place

The farm-yard cock and the weather-cock

The fir tree

Five peas from a pod

The flax

The flea and the professor

The flying trunk

The garden of paradise

The gardener and the noble family

The gate key

The girl who trod on the loaf

The goblin and the huckster

The goblin and the woman

Godfather’s picture book

Golden treasure

The goloshes of fortune


The great sea serpent


The happy family


Holger Danske

Ib and little Christina

The ice maiden

In a thousand years

In the children’s room

In the duck yard

The Jewish girl

The jumper

Kept secret but not forgotten

The last dream of the old oak

The last pearl

Little Claus and big Claus

Little Ida’s flowers

Little Tuk

The little green ones

The little match-seller

The little mermaid

The loveliest rose in the world

Luck may lie in a pin

The marsh king’s daughter

The metal pig

The moneybox

The most incredible thing

Moving day

The naughty boy

The neighbouring families

The new century’s Goddess

The Nightingale

The old bachelor’s nightcap

The old church bell

The old grave-stone

The old house

The old street lamp

Ole the tower-keeper

Ole-Luk-Oie, the Dream-God

Peiter, Peter, and Peer

Pen and inkstand

The Phoenix bird

The porter’s son

The princess and the pea

The psyche

The puppet-show man

The races

The rags

The red shoes

The shadow

She was good for nothing

The shepherdess and the sweep

The silent book

The silver shilling

The snail and the rosebush

The snow queen

The snowdrop

The snowman

Soup from a sausage skewer

The stone of the wise man

The storks

The storm shifts the signboards

The story of a mother

Sunshine stories

The swan’s nest

The sweathearts (Top and Ball)

The swineherd

The Tallow Candle

The teapot

There is a difference

There is no doubt about it

The thorny road of honor

The thorny road of honor


The tinder-box

The toad

Twelve by the mail

Two brothers

Two maidens

The ugly duckling

Under the willow tree

Vänö and Glänö

What happened to the thistle

What old Johanne told

What one can invent

What the old man does is always right

What the whole family said

Which was the happiest?

The wicked prince

The wild swans

The Will-o’-the-Wisps are in town, says the Moor-woman

The wind tells about Valdemar Daae and his daughters

The windmill

“Dance, dance, doll of mine!”


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