There was a woman who longed to have a child. Her wish came true when she received a magical barley seed from a kind-hearted witch. Following the witch's instructions, she planted the seed and a delicate little girl named Thumbelina sprouted from the flower. Thumbelina's beauty caught the attention of various creatures along her journey. First, a curious toad, then a friendly cockchafer, and finally an old field mouse, all sought her hand in marriage. Will she find her true love and discover her ultimate destination?
About the Author:
Thumbelina is a captivating tale written by Hans Christian Andersen, a talented Danish writer and poet of the 19th century. During the years of 1835 to 1837, Andersen enchanted readers with his collection of fairy tales, which comprised 156 stories across nine volumes.