Tag: classic

Children’s Library: ‘The Velveteen Rabbit’

April 25, 2012, Epoch Times In 1922 English-American author Margery Williams published her pinnacle work, The Velveteen Rabbit or How Toys Become Real, a tender tale and classic piece of children’s literature that to this day resonates with readers young and

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Children’s Library: ‘The Nightingale’

September 10, 2011, Epoch Times A tale of enlightenment brought by a simple bird’s song “The Nightingale” is one of Hans Christian Andersen’s most beloved fairy tales. Since its initial publication in 1843, it has inspired all manner of adaptation,

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Children’s Library: ‘The Lorax’

February 24, 2011, Epoch Times Seussical wisdom that rings true today Characterizing The Lorax as an “environmental tale” (as it is often called) paints only a partial picture of this rich and still relevant work of Dr. Seuss. First published in 1971, The

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Hans Christian Andersen

My very first article for the Epoch Times in 2005. Hans Christian Andersen Turns 200 And the world remembers his tales Two centuries have passed since the birth of the Danish storyteller who brought us such classic tales as “The

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