The Ugly Duckling - Read Aloud - Hans Christian Andersen

The Ugly Duckling - Read Aloud

By Hans Christian Andersen

  • Release Date: 2014-10-17
  • Genre: Fairy Tales, Myths & Fables
Score: 4
4
From 443 Ratings

Description

Read along version of classic Andersen's fairly tale with illustrations and narration. Read and listen at the same time.
"It was lovely summer weather in the country, and the golden corn, the green oats, and the haystacks piled up in the meadows looked beautiful. 
The duck's eggs hatched: but the last hatchling, isn't like the rest..."

Reviews

  • The ugly ducklings

    5
    By yul in
    It’s a good book because it teaches people that don’t be mean to other just because you don’t like their color
  • It was ok but horrible at the same time

    1
    By Naudiaunicorn
    We all know the story about the ugly duckling so why make it so much more likely to not love it.So.... it is a no for me because I got board of reading it and how does a gray duckling turn into a white swan and that is sooooooooo fake and boring
  • Soooo good

    5
    By inspiring book
    The book is very good. It’s has a very nice ending. I am speechless
  • OkπŸ‘Œ

    3
    By Deznutz187
    This book was ok but we should be able to read it by yourself
  • Terrible

    1
    By Amanda kins
    The wording didn't seem to be in English . Reading this book was painful
  • Daughter really enjoyed it

    5
    By John5331
    This is our first read along book. My daughter is six and just starting to read so this is a great new ITunes product for us.
  • Ǜḧ̀

    5
    By D̈̀ǜc̈̀k̈̀
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  • So wow

    4
    By Ducktaberry
    I loved this book so much it was so touching I loved the rhythm from sad to happy and sad and back to happy wow loved this story so muchπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†!
  • Omg how Great

    5
    By Zackaram
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