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The Ugly Duckling is a beautiful hardcover book from the book series “My first tales”. It is a life-asserting story retold by a young Danish writer Clara Wedersøe Strunge and illustrated by the award-winning artist Evgeny Antonenkov. The Ugly Duckling is a perfect first illustrated introduction to children and their parents to a simple truth, “Do not judge only by an appearance”. It is a story about a little bird that was born in a duck´s nest but hatched from a swan´s egg. The story tells us that growing up, changing, and taking risks can not only change us – but can also turn us into a “beautiful swan”. “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.

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  • Sprog:
  • Engelsk
  • ISBN:
  • 9788794005012
  • Indbinding:
  • Indbundet
  • Sideantal:
  • 48
  • Udgivet:
  • 15. Juni 2020
  • Udgave:
  • 1
  • Størrelse:
  • 160x238x8 mm.
  • Vægt:
  • 255 g.
  • 1-2 hverdage.
  • 11. Februar 2023
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The Ugly Duckling is a beautiful hardcover book from the book series “My first tales”. It is a life-asserting story retold by a young Danish writer Clara Wedersøe Strunge and illustrated by the award-winning artist Evgeny Antonenkov. The Ugly Duckling is a perfect first illustrated introduction to children and their parents to a simple truth, “Do not judge only by an appearance”. It is a story about a little bird that was born in a duck´s nest but hatched from a swan´s egg. The story tells us that growing up, changing, and taking risks can not only change us – but can also turn us into a “beautiful swan”. “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.

Forlagets beskrivelse af The Ugly Duckling

The Ugly Duckling is a beautiful hardcover book from the book series “My first tales”.

It is a life-asserting story retold by a young Danish writer Clara Wedersøe Strunge and illustrated by the award-winning artist Evgeny Antonenkov.

The Ugly Duckling is a perfect first illustrated introduction to children and their parents to a simple truth, “Do not judge only by an appearance”.

It is a story about a little bird that was born in a duck´s nest but hatched from a swan´s egg. The story tells us that growing up, changing, and taking risks can not only change us – but can also turn us into a “beautiful swan”.

“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.

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