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The famous fairy tale "The Flying trunk" by H.C. Andersen is about the son of a rich merchant who squandered almost all the inheritance he inherited from his father. One of his former friends gave him a trunk. It turned out to be magical, as it could fly, and the merchant's son went to the land of Turks on it. He settled in the forest, and after learning that a beautiful princess lived in the city, to whom no one was allowed, he flew to her. And since the guy was a storyteller, he captivated the princess and her parents with his stories. But like most of Andersen's tales, the end of this story was not so happy: the trunk burned down, and the merchant's son could not connect with his bride.Collection: My First TalesIllustrated by Saeideh AhmadiRetold by Clara Wedersøe Strunge“My first tales” is a collection of H. C. Andersen’s world-famous fairy tales that have been gently retold for our young readers. Each book from this collection is illustrated by an award-winning artist.Hans Christian Andersen Copenhagen has carefully selected artists for each individual fairy tale, in order to convey the mood of the tale as well as to create magical and memorable characters.Each book from the “My first tales” collection contains an interesting story about the life of H. C. Andersen and is accompanied by a short interview with an illustrator.