Tag: Hans Christian Andersen

The Conceited Apple Branch

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.It was the month of May. The wind still blew cold, but from bush and tree,

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The Old House

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.A very old house once stood in a street with several others that were quite new

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The Roses and the Sparrows

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.It really appeared as if something very important were going on by the duck pond, but

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The Snow Queen

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.The First Story, Which Describes a Looking-Glass and the Broken Fragments You must attend to the commencement

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Elder-Tree Mother

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.There was once a little boy who had taken cold by going out and getting his

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The Money Box

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.In a nursery where a number of toys lay scattered about, a money box stood on

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Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.There is nobody in the whole world who knows so many stories as Ole-Luk-Oie, or who

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The Greenies

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.A rose tree stood in the window. But a little while ago it had been green

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The Happy Family

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.The largest green leaf in this country is certainly the burdock. Put one in front of

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The Leaping Match

Your free classic folktale for today comes from the translated collection of Hans Andersen’s Fairy Tales edited and published by J. H. Stickney in 1886.The Flea, the Grasshopper, and the Frog once wanted to see which of them could jump

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