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It's Perfectly True! This Andersen fairy tale has also been translated as It s Absolutely True, and For Sure For Sure ❮Reading❯ ➵ Fisica 1 - Principios y Problemas ➭ Author Paul W. Zitzewitz – 9facts.co.uk and For Sure For Sure This book is done in a square orientation, unlike thecommon portrait or landscape orientations The illustrations are unrealistic and kind of gory I find it a little disturbing but it might attract some younger readers who enjoyviolent things The borders that go around the illustrations don t restrict the illustrations themselves because some of the illustrations bleed out of the border I really like this affect. Have you ever played the children s gameChinese WhispersIs it even still called that nowadays The game is played like this You sit in a circle with your friends, and whisper a secret message to the child next to you, who whispers it to their neighbour, who passes it on it to the next in line, and so on By the time it has got back to where it started from, the original sentence is often completely unrecognisable, sometimes causing much hilarity And that is exactly what the warning is h Have you ever played the children s gameChinese WhispersIs it even still called that nowadays The game is played like this You sit in a circle with your friends, and whisper a secret message to the child next to you, who whispers it to their neighbour, who passes it on it to the next in line, and so on By the time it has got back to where it started from, the original sentence is often completely unrecognisable, sometimes causing much hilarity And that is exactly what the warning is here, in this amusing tale about a group of farmyard chickens It s Perfectly True, also sometimes translated asAbsolutely True , orFor Sure For Surewould be an extraordinarily bloodthirsty tale by Hans Christian Andersen, except that it is clearly a satire about how gossip can get out of hand A hen with a mischievous sense of humour inadvertently loses a single feather whilst preening herself She says nonchalantly,TheI preen the lovelier I will growview spoiler The idea is exaggerated into pulling outandfeathers, to be fashionable, and to catch the eye of the rooster The story is embellished so that the hen catches a chill and dies, and then it is not only one but three hens who have done this By the time it has reached the ears of everyone in the farmyard it has become completely ridiculous, with all the mishearings, misinterpretations and confabulations It finally ends up as,There were five hens who plucked off all their feathers, to show which of them had wasted away the most for love of a rooster Then they pecked each other to deathhide spoiler Everything has become blown out of all proportion, and the hen who first made the observation has no idea that the story started with her original joke, which has been lost She is as indignant as all the others at the scandal A dire warning but all tongue in cheek Otherwise, wasting away until you die, for fashion or love, or killing your friends for the same reason, might be thought just a tad unreasonable Note You may recognise this game by another name, such asWhisper Down the Lane , Broken Telephone , Operator , Grapevine , Gossip , Don t Drink the Milkhowever did that one start ,Secret Message , The Messenger Game , Pass the Messageor another very old English one,Russian Scandal For Sure For Sure , retold by Mus White, illustrated by Stefan CzerneckiOriginally written in 1852, Hans Christian Andersen s Der er ganske visthas often been translated at It s Perfectly True, illustrated by Janet Stevens.Hans Christian Andersen s tale of gossip run wild is adapted and illustrated here by Janet Stevens, whose other projects in this vein includeThe Princess and the Peaand

    ❮Reading❯ ➵ Fisica 1 - Principios y Problemas ➭ Author Paul W. Zitzewitz – 9facts.co.uk and For Sure For Sure This book is done in a square orientation, unlike thecommon portrait or landscape orientations The illustrations are unrealistic and kind of gory I find it a little disturbing but it might attract some younger readers who enjoyviolent things The borders that go around the illustrations don t restrict the illustrations themselves because some of the illustrations bleed out of the border I really like this affect. Have you ever played the children s gameChinese WhispersIs it even still called that nowadays The game is played like this You sit in a circle with your friends, and whisper a secret message to the child next to you, who whispers it to their neighbour, who passes it on it to the next in line, and so on By the time it has got back to where it started from, the original sentence is often completely unrecognisable, sometimes causing much hilarity And that is exactly what the warning is h Have you ever played the children s gameChinese WhispersIs it even still called that nowadays The game is played like this You sit in a circle with your friends, and whisper a secret message to the child next to you, who whispers it to their neighbour, who passes it on it to the next in line, and so on By the time it has got back to where it started from, the original sentence is often completely unrecognisable, sometimes causing much hilarity And that is exactly what the warning is here, in this amusing tale about a group of farmyard chickens It s Perfectly True, also sometimes translated asAbsolutely True , orFor Sure For Surewould be an extraordinarily bloodthirsty tale by Hans Christian Andersen, except that it is clearly a satire about how gossip can get out of hand A hen with a mischievous sense of humour inadvertently loses a single feather whilst preening herself She says nonchalantly,TheI preen the lovelier I will growview spoiler The idea is exaggerated into pulling outandfeathers, to be fashionable, and to catch the eye of the rooster The story is embellished so that the hen catches a chill and dies, and then it is not only one but three hens who have done this By the time it has reached the ears of everyone in the farmyard it has become completely ridiculous, with all the mishearings, misinterpretations and confabulations It finally ends up as,There were five hens who plucked off all their feathers, to show which of them had wasted away the most for love of a rooster Then they pecked each other to deathhide spoiler Everything has become blown out of all proportion, and the hen who first made the observation has no idea that the story started with her original joke, which has been lost She is as indignant as all the others at the scandal A dire warning but all tongue in cheek Otherwise, wasting away until you die, for fashion or love, or killing your friends for the same reason, might be thought just a tad unreasonable Note You may recognise this game by another name, such asWhisper Down the Lane , Broken Telephone , Operator , Grapevine , Gossip , Don t Drink the Milkhowever did that one start ,Secret Message , The Messenger Game , Pass the Messageor another very old English one,Russian Scandal For Sure For Sure , retold by Mus White, illustrated by Stefan CzerneckiOriginally written in 1852, Hans Christian Andersen s Der er ganske visthas often been translated at It s Perfectly True, illustrated by Janet Stevens.Hans Christian Andersen s tale of gossip run wild is adapted and illustrated here by Janet Stevens, whose other projects in this vein includeThe Princess and the Peaand"/>
  • Hardcover
  • It's Perfectly True!
  • Hans Christian Andersen
  • English
  • 24 April 2019
  • 0517076527

About the Author: Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen often referred to in Scandinavia as H C Andersen was a Danish author and poet Although a prolific writer of plays, travelogues, novels, and poems, Andersen is best remembered for his fairy tales Andersen s popularity is not limited to children his stories called eventyr, or fairy tales express themes that transcend age and nationality.Andersen s fairy tales, which have been translated intothan 125 languages, have become culturally embedded in the West s collective consciousness, readily accessible to children, but presenting lessons of virtue and resilience in the face of adversity for mature readers as well Some of his most famous fairy tales include The Little Mermaid , The Ugly Duckling , The Nightingale , The Emperor s New Clothes and manyHis stories have inspired plays, ballets, and both live action and animated films.


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