The Steadfast Tin Soldier: by Hans Christian Anderson, retold by Tor Seidler illustrated by Fred Marcellino, Michael de Capua Book, Harper Collins Publisher, New York, 1992.
This is a delightful version of this beautiful story. In looking at the illustration I understand how the tin may have run out, leaving one soldier with just one leg. How the Jack-in-the-box goblin could be so mean I never know, but sometimes people just have a mean streak. This mean streak effects a little boy which plays a big part in our story. The tin soldier, and the dancing girl fall in love through their glances, and that love comes to manifestation in the most interesting way. This is well done and a beautiful book.
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