Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen

Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen

Ken Setterington Nelly Hofer Ernst Hofer / Jan 19, 2020

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  • Title: Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen
  • Author: Ken Setterington Nelly Hofer Ernst Hofer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
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    958 Comments

    1. I was interested in this book, because I was told that the movie "Frozen" was based on The Snow Queen. I have read The Snow Queen story before and was not all that impressed. I still am not. Yes, it is a classic, but it reads more like a story written by a child - first, I did this, then I did that, then I went here, and then I went there. I was not all that enamored of the movie Frozen, either. There was too much fighting and too many chase scenes for me. The art work was lovely, though, and th [...]


    2. This would make for a crazy read on hallucinogens. This is the only version I've read, but it seems too choppy. Like Talking reindeer? Robber girl with knife? Dead raven? I may read the original one day, but this little version was only ok.


    3. Was expecting more, what with it being a 'classic' etc. So maybe my high hopes meant that I finished reading this book feeling a little disappointed. Lovely artwork though.


    4. Lovely edition of the 7 stories in one with beautifully wrought paper cutting illustrations. Our children enjoyed this in sections-too much for one read through with early elementary students.


    5. A pretty good re-telling. Changed a few small things and left a few others out. The art is interesting and well done but not my favorite.


    6. Thanks to Audible for the Christmas gift! A free audio of The Snow Queen read by their Narrator of the Year, Julie Whelan. Lovely.


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