Hans Christian Andersen


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a Danish author remembered for his fairy stories (1805-1875)

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Roger Mello from Brazil winner of the 2014 Hans Christian Andersen Illustrator Award.
Every other year IBBY presents the Hans Christian Andersen Awards to a living author and illustrator whose complete works have made a lasting contribution to children's literature.
According to the Guardian, the winner of the biennial Hans Christian Andersen prize will be announced on 23 March.
International Hans Christian Andersen Conference (4th: 2005: Odense, Denmark) Ed.
Every two years, the Hans Christian Andersen Award (nicknamed "The Little Nobel") is presented to one children's book author and one children's book illustrator by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY).
Like his compatriot Hans Christian Andersen, August Bournonville was a master storyteller, using the language of mime and classical dance to tell tales of good triumphing over evil, and love, if not art, conquering all.
Upon reading Raphael Kadushin's excellent article on Hans Christian Andersen ["Andersen's FairyTales," May/June], I recalled an incident in the life of Alfred Kinsey as documented by his colleague Wardell Pomeroy.
Mette Norgaard's THE UGLY DUCKLING GOES TO WORK: WISDOM FOR THE WORKPLACE FROM THE CLASSIC TALES OF HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN (0814408710, $17.
Hans Christian Andersen, the Duckling in that histoire a clef, had pluck in spades, but it's not surprising that his famous character didn't need it.
Hans Christian Andersen lived in no less than three houses in Nyhavn.
The program, titled "Bach and the Storybook," includes two works based on stories by Hans Christian Andersen.
Hans Christian Andersen did some of the earliest performance pieces I know about: Traveling throughout Scandinavia with a large pair of scissors, he cut paper while narrating his tales, unfolding intricate silhouettes of characters as he went.
On New Year's Day 1835 Hans Christian Andersen wrote, 'I am now starting on some "fairy tales for children"'.
BRUNN, Austria, March 1865--It may be the most interesting research on peas since noted Danish science writer Hans Christian Andersen reported that the legume causes insomnia among princesses.