Zobrazených 1–24 z 117 výsledkov

Hans Christian Andersen

  • audiokniha

    The Flying Trunk (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: The Flying Trunk is a fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen. A young man squanders his inheritance until he has almost nothing left. A friend sends him a trunk with directions to pack up and be off. Having nothing to pack, he gets into the trunk himself,

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Brave Tin Soldier, a Fairy Tale (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Brave Tin Soldier, a Fairy Tale (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: The brave tin soldier also called “The Steadfast Tin Soldier” is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a tin soldier’s love for a paper ballerina. On his birthday, a boy receives a set of 25 toy soldiers all cast from one old tin spoon an

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • 20 nejkrásnějších českých pohádek - Hans Christian Andersen,Karel Jaromír Erben,František Hrubín,Božena Němcová,František Pavlíček,Jan Drda,Dagmar Lhotová,Pavel Grym,Charles Perrault, Lidová ruská,Jitka Škápíková
    audiokniha
    Deti

    20 nejkrásnějších českých pohádek

    Hans Christian Andersen,Karel Jaromír Erben,František Hrubín,Božena Němcová,František Pavlíček,Jan Drda,Dagmar Lhotová,Pavel Grym,Charles Perrault, Lidová ruská,Jitka Škápíková: České pohádky tak, jak je máme rádi! Velký komplet pro celou rodinu – 664 minut. Nejznámější pohádky ve skvělé interpretaci řady známých českých herců a hereček. Vyprávěné i dramatizované příběhy, které by neměly chybět v

    Hans Christian Andersen, Karel Jaromír Erben, František Hrubín, Božena Němcová, František Pavlíček, Jan Drda, Dagmar Lhotová, Pavel Grym, Charles Perrault, Lidová ruská, Jitka Škápíková
  • B. J. Harrison Reads The Snow Queen (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha
    Dobrodružné romány

    B. J. Harrison Reads The Snow Queen (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: B. J. Harrison reads one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved stories, “The Snow Queen”. The devil, who has taken the shape of an evil troll, has created a mirror that freezes the heart and turns everything ugly. But the mirror breaks and shard

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Wild Swans (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Wild Swans (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: “Far from here, in the land the swallows flee to in winter, lived a king who had eleven sons and one daughter, Elisa. ” So begins the story of Elisa and her brothers. At the beginning, everything was well, they lived peacefully in the castle and were lov

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Shepherdess and the Chimney-Sweep (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: Once upon a time, a china shepherdess and a chimney sweep who were placed close to each other decided to marry. However, another doll, who said he was the shepherdess’s grandfather, wanted her to marry the major general engraved on the dresser.

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Metal Pig (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Metal Pig (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: In the city of Florence is a bronze statue of a boar, from who’s mouth runs the water that is collected by the people of Florence. One evening, a poor boy came to drink and found a little lettuce and a few chestnuts on the ground, which became his supp

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Storks (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Storks (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: “One of you will be hanged, the second imprisoned, the third burned and the fourth turned upside down. ” This is how the children mocked the family of storks that lived on the roof. This frightened the chicks and, to reassure them, their mother spoke of

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Flying Trunk (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Flying Trunk (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: On the death of his father, who was a rich merchant, the son inherited a vast fortune, which he quickly spent. He found himself alone with nothing except the dressing gown on his back and the slippers on his feet. A friend offered him a trunk and advise

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Little Green Ones (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Little Green Ones (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: A short time ago, the rose bush next to the window was still magnificent, but since the invasion of an army of greenies, it is rather worse for wear. We men, we are not very fond of these invaders, but the other day I had a conversation with one of them

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Old Church Bell (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Old Church Bell (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: In a little house in Marbach, on the banks of the Necker river, lived a poor family. The day that their son was born, the church’s bell was rung to celebrate the newborn’s arrival. At the time, no one questioned the destiny of the child and still le

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • What the Old Man Does is Always Right (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    What the Old Man Does is Always Right (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: A peasant and his wife owned a horse that grazed in a ditch close to their house. But they thought that it would be better for them to sell it or exchange it for something more useful. The woman sent her husband to town to exchange the horse – she tru

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Silver Shilling (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Silver Shilling (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: Once upon a time there was an honest piece of silver who passed from hand to hand and happily discovered his country. One day, his current owner travelled abroad, taking the piece of silver by accident – he only intended to take money from the country

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • Twelve by the Mail (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    Twelve by the Mail (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: The bells has just sounded the twelve strikes of midnight announcing the start of a new year, when a mail coach stopped at the entrance to the town. On board, were twelve party-goers who wanted to enter. But who were they?.

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Snail and the Rosebush (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Snail and the Rosebush (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: In the middle of a garden, beyond which stretched endless meadows, was a rose bush. Under the rose bush lived a snail who enjoyed talking to the rose bush. They asked themselves what, from this small garden, they could bring to the world.

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Old Oak Tree's Last Dream (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Old Oak Tree’s Last Dream (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: On the top of a cliff overlooking the sea was an oak tree that was 365 years old. It was an unimaginable age for the mayflies, tiny creatures who lived only one day. The oak only slept during the winter. The rest of the year, he remained alert. That y

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Goblin and the Grocer (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Goblin and the Grocer (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: A goblin lived with a grocer whom he liked a lot because, at Christmas, the grocer never forgot to give him his porridge with a big knob of butter. Under the eaves of the grocer’s house lived a student that the goblin had disliked at first sight. But,

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The World's Fairest Rose (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The World’s Fairest Rose (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: There was once a queen who possessed a magnificent garden, filled with many varied flowers. One day, she fell ill and her doctors had little hope of a recovery. Only one of them said that a cure existed: the loveliest rose in the world. If it was found

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Shirt Collar (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Shirt Collar (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: This is the story of a false shirt collar, who, when he was of marriageable age, met a shy garter in the washing. So, he set out on a quest to seduce her, which was not without its difficulties.

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Old House (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Old House (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: There was once an old house that was so dilapidated that it made the other houses in the street ashamed. But, the little boy who lived opposite liked it a lot and loved looking at it day and night. When, one day, the boy learned that the old man who own

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Old Street Lamp (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Old Street Lamp (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: An old street lamp is at the end of its working life. It has had a long life and lots of people know it. So, friends come to visit on its last night on the job.

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Happy Family (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Happy Family (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: Next to a long-abandoned castle, grows a jungle of burdock. Under the great green leaves live two old snails, descended from a long lineage, whose ancestors were served on silver platters to the inhabitants of the castle. The couple are waiting for just

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Story of a Mother (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Story of a Mother (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: A child is gravely ill and his mother has already spent three nights at his bedside. Then, a strange man knocks on the door and she bids him enter to shelter from the cold. But, it was death himself at the door and he made the most of the mother falling

    Hans Christian Andersen
  • The Neighbouring Families (EN) - Hans Christian Andersen
    audiokniha

    The Neighbouring Families (EN)

    Hans Christian Andersen: Many families lived close to the pond: the roses, the sparrows and even men. During a family discussion, the little sparrows asked their parents, what is Beauty? A question whose answer would arrive in the most unexpected way.

    Hans Christian Andersen