How Six Men Got On in the World - Brothers Grimm

How Six Men Got On in the World

How Six Men Got On in the World

5 1 5 Author: Brothers Grimm
A soldier is not properly paid for his service to the country so he decides to take his revenge on the king. He however realizes that it would be almost impossible to succeed by himself so he gathers a group of five more people who have special powers and strengths. They head out to the king’s castle where a race is to be held. Whoever wins it, takes the king’s daughter. The runner in the group takes part and he wins. The king is however not happy with the outcome so he tries to send the group away. What he does not know is that his opponents are strongest of all and he would need a miracle to prevail over them.

Children and adults alike, immerse yourselves into Grimm’s world of folktales and legends! Come, discover the little-known tales and treasured classics in this collection of 200 fairytales.

Brothers Grimm are probably the best-known storytellers in the world. Some of their most popular fairy tales are "Cinderella", "Beauty and the Beast" and "Little Red Riding Hood" and there is hardly anybody who has not grown up with the adventures of Hansel and Gretel, Rapunzel and Snow White.

Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm’s exceptional literature legacy consists of recorded German and European folktales and legends. Their collections have been translated into all European languages in their lifetime and into every living language today.
Language: English Category: Children Series: Grimm's Fairy Tales: 71 Translator: Margaret Hunt

More info about the ebook

Publisher: SAGA Egmont
Published: 2020-10-02
ISBN: 9788726591385

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