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e-Book Mary Engelbreit's The Snow Queen download

e-Book Mary Engelbreit's The Snow Queen download

by Mary Engelbreit,Hans Christian Andersen

ISBN: 1563054388
ISBN13: 978-1563054389
Language: English
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company; New Ed edition (January 10, 1993)
Pages: 48
Category: Classics
Subategory: For Kids

ePub size: 1485 kb
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Rating: 4.5
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Mary Engelbreit's The Sn. .has been added to your Cart. Now in a perfect marriage of imaginations and sensibilities comes Mary Engelbreit's first children's book, a loving rendition of Hans Christian Andersen's THE SNOW QUEEN.

Mary Engelbreit's The Sn. Her warmhearted style is reminiscent of old-fashioned storybooks.

Description: Mary Engelbreight's whimsical illustrations have made her one of America's most recognized and beloved .

Description: Mary Engelbreight's whimsical illustrations have made her one of America's most recognized and beloved artists. And now with over 210,000 copies in print, her beautiful retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen is the perfect marriage of an artist's imagination with that of a storyteller.

Сказка Ханса Кристиана Андерсена на английском. The Snow Queen, Hans Christian Andersen. The Snow Queen kissed Kay once more, and then he forgot little Gerda, grandmother, and all whom he had left at his home

Сказка Ханса Кристиана Андерсена на английском. Слушайте произношение. The Snow Queen kissed Kay once more, and then he forgot little Gerda, grandmother, and all whom he had left at his home. Now you will have no more kisses, said she, or else I should kiss you to death! Kay looked at her.

A classic book! Hardcover, with beautiful illustrations, by Hans Christian Andersen. Perfect for ages 4 and up. Coming from a pet-free and non-smoking home. lt; image 1 of 1 . (google map). condition: excellent. A classic book! Hardcover, with beautiful illustrations, by Hans Christian Andersen.

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Mary Engelbreit에 관한 아이디어를 찾아보세요. Mary Engelbreit Snow Queen Queen Mary 눈 알프스산맥. Lovely illustration from an old childrens book.

Hans Christian Andersen and Mary Englebreit. A renowned spinner of tales and an artist with an ever-growing and ever-more-adoring audience.

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Mary Engelbreit's the Snow Queen by Andersen, Hans Christian, Watts, Bernadette Book condition very good. Andersen, Hans Christian. We ask you to make a distinction between a complaint and cancellation. Read full description. item 1 The Snow Queen by Andersen, Hans Christian Hardback Book The Cheap Fast Free -The Snow Queen by Andersen, Hans Christian Hardback Book The Cheap Fast Free. Free postage Book condition very good -Mary Engelbreit's the Snow Queen by Andersen, H.

Author(s): Hans Christian Andersen, Mary Engelbreit (Illustrator). The Snow Queen (Read Russian along your kids Book 1). Published December 2nd 2013. ISBN: 1563054388 (ISBN13: 9781563054389).

by. Hans Christian Andersen . Story the First, Which Describes a looking-glass and the broken fragments. Seventh Story: Of the Palace of the Snow Queen and What Happened There At Last. When she afterwards brought out the picture book, he said, It was only fit for babies in long clothes, and when grandmother told any stories, he would interrupt her with but; or, when he could manage it, he would get behind her chair, put on a pair of spectacles, and imitate her very cleverly, to make people laugh.

In 1993 she illustrated The Snow Queen by Hans Christen Andersen, fulfilling a lifelong dream of being an illustrator of children's books

In 1993 she illustrated The Snow Queen by Hans Christen Andersen, fulfilling a lifelong dream of being an illustrator of children's books. Mary Engelbreit was born in 1952 in St. Louis, where she lives today.

Mary Engelbreight's whimsical illustrations have made her one of America's most recognized and beloved artists. And now with over 210,000 copies in print, her beautiful retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's The Snow Queen is the perfect marriage of an artist's imagination with that of a storyteller. Combining Mary Engelbright's clear bright colors and exuberant detail with the classic story about a feisty heroine who will stop at nothing, a conjuror's twists and turns, and the triumph of love and innocence over wickedness and evil, The Snow Queen is pure enchantment, a lovely gift for children and adult Mary Engelbreight fans alike. Selection of the Literary Guild and Troll Book Club. Suitable for ages 5 and up. 211,000 copies in print.
Comments:
Kelerius
One of my all-time favorite novels. The Snow Queen is a great story, if you want to read it at that level, with a steady quick pace and just one twist after another that loops into a seamless ending. But if you want to dig deeper, the book has a lot to say about love, civilization, politics, justice, and how it is that we come to be who we are. There's a great nature-vs-nurture debate in the characters. I love it because, like Dune, it's a book I can read over and over again and still find something I didn't quite see before.

Joan D. Vinge is an amazing author, who battled some serious traumatic head injury that put her career on hold. But I hope for and continue to wait for more books from this talented author (This series, of which this is the first book, has at least three other books to it). I make sure she is part of my personal library wherever I go.

This book was out of print for a while, and I am glad it is back on the shelves for another generation.

Wrathmaster
I bought this book for my daughter for Christmas; but really, I bought it mostly because I thought it would be a unique addition to our book collection. This book will not disappoint! It is truly a work of art. Absolutely gorgeous. My daughter is 5 1/2 and has a great appreciation and respect for books. When she received this, I explained to her that this book is very special and she has to be careful with it. She will spend lots of time carefully looking at the pictures, mesmerized by the colors and pop ups and insists to read this before bed every night. This book would not be ideal for a child under 5. From experience, I can say that kids under 5 will most likely rip up a pop up book. To have this one ripped up would be a shame. This book is truly beautiful and a wonderful addition to any collection, and a joy to read for adults and children alike.

Nuadabandis
The pop-ups and illustrations are fantastic fairy-tale artwork. To check it out further you can look for a video online of this version. The pop-up execution is really detailed. If you are a fan of the story, you must know this is abridged, and quite so. It is fabulous for a pop-up collection, or a Snow Queen fan, but not without the full story in a separate book. The biggest disappointment is that this book did not have a pop-up for the last scene (just words). It would have been wonderful to portray the happy ending in full color and dimension.

For those with tender children: the original scene with the robber-girl (with the knife and all) is either left out or altered till it is not all that scary, if at all. One of the pop-ups (this first one if I remember correctly) is of a scary-looking goblin and he is all over the page in his scariness. (Search for the video if this is a concern).

HelloBoB:D
My grandmother sent this particular version of the snow queen to my sisters and I when we were little, and nearly 35 years later I could still remember clearly the haunting images of the Snow Queen peering into a frosted window. So, I bought a copy. The story remains mostly true to the original, which is important for those of us who are purists about our fairy tales. I'm not inclined to share this with most children, but every so often I end up with a child in my class who has a bit of a morbid way to them and will enjoy stories like this.

Yadon
As soon as somebody mentions that a sci-fi product is epic, I immediately imagine it would be something akin to the Star Wars universe. This book does not contain lightsabers, spaceship battles or a cantina full of weird creatures. However, it does sell you the concept of their world and its universe pretty well. You get everything the writer is telling you and most importantly, you understand it. This is not a story full of action, it is a character-driven novel. There are moments of tension and there are wrongs that must be punished and set right, but the action is ultimately on the light side.

The main characters are likeable for the most part, although they do share their darker sides at one point or the other. The main villain is not cackling evil, but a puppeteer and control freak. Almost every character is human and relatable with only a few exceptions, to the point that this book can appeal to people that are more into fantasy than sci-fi like me. There will not be prolonged dialogues about reactors, core units or timeshifts and wormholes. Whatever alien technology the writer concocts, it is laid out simple enough as befits the main character, who is not tech-savvy. The plot is interesting and there are slight twists here and there. The reader will find no archaic or complicated vocabulary so despite the book's width, it should be a quick read.

What's it all mean? It means THE SNOW QUEEN is a very good book, easy to read, allowing full immersion into the universe. It is not hardcore sci-fi, so every reader will enjoy the literary journey. However, after reading it, I have no interest in continuing the saga with the sequels because this story goes full circle and everything is tied up nicely. Which by the way, it's a minor flaw to me because everything is easily solved towards the end of the book, and I mean everything. When the plots start to get resolved, the way the writer does it depletes any tension from the reader about what's left to be handled because you already know the way it is going to go. That doesn't mean is bad, it just feels a bit old-fashioned.

So, go ahead and check this book out and maybe you'll be interested in continuing the book cycle. For me, I was satisfied with just this one, and have no reason to delve deeper. It just worked out that way.

Ghile
The Snow Queen is one of my favorite childhood stories, so I was really excited to find this version as a gift to share with a friend. The pop-ups in this book are intricate and beautiful, and they really bring the story to life. They are colorful and detailed, and seem sturdy enough to withstand a good amount of handling.

The only thing I found a little troublesome was the size and color of the story text - it's a bit small, in my opinion, and somewhat hard to see in places because it doesn't contrast enough with the background color. It might be difficult to read for some people.

Overall, though, I am very pleased with the product and I am excited to share this story with my friend.

ISBN: 1870342011
ISBN13: 978-1870342018
language: English
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