The Snow Queen

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Random House Incorporated, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 92 pages
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Reprinted here for the first time since the 19th century, these color illustrations by T. Pym make the classic Andersen fairy tale even more magical.

One of Andersen's best-beloved tales, The Snow Queen is a story about the strength and endurance of childhood friendship. Gerda's search for her playmate Kay–who was abducted by the Snow Queen and taken to her frozen palace–is brought to life in delicate and evocative illustrations.

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

The text was lovely in Engelbreit's version but I don't know if she adapted that or not. The illustrations were cute, but *not* at all appropriate, in my opinion. I had wanted to find the edition ... Read full review

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User Review  - bkshs - LibraryThing

The Snow Queen was one of the spring books to read for the group, Into the Forest. I remembered the basic story from when I was young, but decided to refresh my memory with a reread. I’m so glad I did ... Read full review

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Hans Christian Andersen (1805—75) was a Danish poet, novelist, and writer of fairy tales.

T. Pym is the pseudonym of 19th-century illustrator Clara Creed.

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