Hans Christian Andersen," Butterfly

“It is not enough just to live, said the butterfly. It takes a little sun, a little bit of freedom and a little flower “(Hans Christian Andersen,” Butterfly “) in honor of Hans Christian Andersen, who was born on this day in 1805. In 1967, UNESCO declared April 2 as the International Day for children’s books. And those who are no longer children are well remembered by his fairy tale “The Princess and the Pea,” “Flowers male Ide,” “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Snow Queen,” “The Little Mermaid,” The Emperor’s New Clothes “,” The Little Match Girl “.. . he was born into a poor family of a shoemaker and a washerwoman, had a hard life and hard path to literary affirmation, but never lost his faith in better days and humanity, and his noble heart in everything he saw good. It has been translated into more than 80 languages and in Serbian are translated by Stanislav Vinaver, Todor Manojlovic, Petar Vujicic … Since 1956. biennial prize is awarded to Andersen illustrators and writers for children. Among the winners were: Astrid Lindgren, Tuve Janson, Gianni Rodari …


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