Fairytales by Hans Christian Andersen

Fairytales By Hans Christian Andersen

The Emperor’s New Clothes | The Swineherd | The Real Princess | The Shoes of Fortune | The Fir Tree | The Snow Queen | The Leap Frog | The Elderbush | The Bell | The Old House | The Happy Family | The Story of a Mother | The False Collar | The Shadow | The Little Match Girl | The Dream of Little Tuk | The Naughty Boy | The Red Shoes

The Emperor’s New Clothes:
A story of a conceited Emperor, who cares nothing but his apprearance. And how he was deceived by two tailors who promises to make him from a fabric invisible to anyone who is unfit for his position or just hopelessly stupid. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Swineherd:
A classic tale about a prince who disguises himself as a swineherd to woo an arrogant princess. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Real Princess:
A story of a prince who wants to marry a real princess. And how he searched for many and got one at the end. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Shoes of Fortune:
Another wonderful tale, from Hans Christian Andersen. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Fir Tree:
A tale of a fir tree who was preoccupied with his growth and was embaressed for not being tall as the old trees are. And how it met its end. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Snow Queen:
A wonderful tale from Hans Christian Andersen. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Leap Frog:
A story of a flea, a grasshopper, and a leap frog. And how the leap frog won the heart of king and as well as his daughter. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Elderbush:
Even so, another enchanting tale from Hans Christian Andersen. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Bell:
A story of a mysterious bell which sounds very sweet but no one knew where it was. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Old House:
An old house provide the setting where a young boy feels compassion for a lonely old man, and they begin an unusual friendship..To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Happy Family:
Story two snails who lived in the the burdock tree.To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Story of a Mother:
A painful story of a blind mother who lost her child to death and how she went to death's greenhouse to get her son back. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The False Collar:
Story of a false collar who was in love with several things and in last its conscience compelled it to become a white paper. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Shadow:
A story of a shadow who freed himself from his master and returned several years later to make its master its slave. And how his master met his end. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Little Match Girl:
A mournful story of a girl who sells match sticks on the street to support her and her father lively hood. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Dream of Little Tuk:
Another wonderful story from Hans Christian Andersen. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Naughty Boy:
A story of an old poet and cupid, whom the former gave shelter on a rainy evening. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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The Red Shoes:
Story of a girl named Karen, who cares nothing in the world except her red shoes and how she was taught the values of life. To hear the full story, just click on the play button below.

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