The Steadfast Tin Soldier - Hans Christian Andersen

The Steadfast Tin Soldier

By Hans Christian Andersen

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-05-02
  • Book Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Author: Hans Christian Andersen
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 1,471 Ratings)

The Steadfast Tin Soldier Hans Christian Andersen read online review & book description:

A fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen presented with modern illustrations.  It’s a story about love at first sight.  When the one-legged tin soldier saw the paper ballerina and assumed she was just like him, with one leg, falls in love with her. It’s a story of love, chance and fate.

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Posted Reviews

  • Cute yet sad

    5
    By SeeraOtoya
    I have played the game version of the story, but I also love the book! it's mAkes you want to cry but make you fall in love with the entire story characters and all
  • Uh...

    2
    By 2killanangrybird
    Can you say depressing?
  • Bad ending!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2
    By Whuzzzzzup
    Why in the world would the main charechtors die?????!!!!!!!
  • Tin Solider

    5
    By Loseke
    This is just a delightful story, you just don't hear stories like this anymore.
  • Nice...

    5
    By duke0707
    What a sad and beautiful ending! :-(
  • Too sad

    2
    By Ed94303
    This book was too sad and made my daughter cry.
  • The Steadfast Tin Soldier

    5
    By Guywoodwind
    It was very heart warming, I advise that it should be read to young children.
  • Fantasia?

    5
    By Romance obsessed.
    I love this story.
  • Nice story

    5
    By cc court
    It's such a cute story for little kids! I enjoyed it myself :)
  • Sad

    3
    By Ninjazzzzz
    What a horrid story. The entire 15 pages were depressing and seemed to have the message that you shouldn't wish for anything in life. It's an interesting quick read for fans of old stories, but not one I'll be likely to read to my daughter.

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