The Flying Trunk

149 kr
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.

Retold by Clara Wedersøe Strunge

Illustrated by Saeideh Ahmadi

 Publisher: Hans Christian Andersen Copenhagen

 Published: 2021

ISBN DK: 9788794005265

ISBN ENG: 9788794005258

Length: 48 pages

Size: 150 mm x 10 mm x 230 mm

Contents: “The Flying Trunk”

Published in Danish and English

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