Hans Christian Andersen Thumbelina
Charlotte Rampling reads "Thumbelina", the story of a woman who desperately wants a child but not knowing how to go about it, asks a witch for help. The witch gives her a barley seed and tells her to plant it. No sooner has she done so that a large tulip starts to grow. When it blooms, the woman discovered a tiny girl inside of the flower, no bigger than her thumb. She calls her Thumbelina. Charlotte Rampling is a British actress, singer, and model who has starred in blockbuster such as "Red Sparrow" (2018), "The Duchess" (2008), and TV shows "Broadchurch" and "Dexter". She is also an important figure in European independent cinema. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) was a Danish author, poet and artist. Celebrated for his children’s literature, his most cherished fairy tales include "The Emperor's New Clothes", "The Little Mermaid", "The Nightingale", "The Steadfast Tin Soldier", "The Snow Queen", "The Ugly Duckling" and "The Little Match Girl". His books have been translated into over 160 languages, and today there is no child or adult that isn't familiar with Andersen's whimsical characters. His fairy tales have been adapted to the stage and to the screen countless times, most notably by Disney with the animated films "The Little Mermaid" from 1989 and the 2013 "Frozen" franchise, which is loosely based on "The Snow Queen". Thanks to Andersen's contribution to children's literature, his birth date, April 2nd, is celebrated as the International Children's Book Day. GivingTales is an app that offers both audio and video content of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales in different languages, narrated by well know actors such as Stephen Fry and Dame Joan Collins. They support charities for children, such as Unicef, Shooting Star Chase, Children’s Hospice Care, and Amade. Saga Egmont is a digital publisher, specialising in ebooks and audiobooks. They are a part of the Egmont Foundation, which support vulnerable children and young people and has been combating poverty since 1920. Bron: Flaptekst, uitgeversinformatie
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