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Hans Christian Andersen's The emperor's new clothes.

Two dishonest weavers sell the vain Emperor an invisible suit of clothes.

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  • "In this version of Andersen's tale "re-cut, pinned, and stitched by John A. Rowe," the emperor loves shopping and new clothes, but he is still tricked by two rascals."
  • "Two dishonest weavers sell the vain Emperor an invisible suit of clothes."
  • "Two dishonest weavers sell the vain Emperor an invisible suit of clothes."@en
  • "Two rascally weavers convince the emperor they are making him beautiful new clothes, visible only to those fit for their posts, but during a royal procession in which he first wears them, a child whispers that the emperor has nothing on."@en
  • "Two rascally weavers convince the emperor they are making him beautiful new clothes, visible only to those fit for their posts, but during a royal procession in which he first wears them, a child whispers that the emperor has nothing on."
  • "During a royal procession, an emperor wears an invisible suit of clothes made for him by two swindlers."
  • "During a royal procession, an emperor wears an invisible suit of clothes made for him by two swindlers."@en
  • "The emperor shows his stupidity when he walks through the city in the invisible suit two rascal tailors made for him."@en
  • "The emperor shows his stupidity when he walks through the city in the invisible suit two rascal tailors made for him."
  • "Many years ago there lived an emperor who was so fond of clothes that he cared about nothing else. The emperor cared about clothes so much that he had a different costume for every hour of the day. One day the minister of weaving told the emperor that "two of the finest weavers in the whole world" had come to the city. These weavers claimed that they knew how to make the finest cloth imaginable; a material with the amazing property to be invisible to anyone who was unwise or unfit for their job. "It would be wonderful to have clothes made from that cloth!" thought the emperor. "Then I would know which of my men are unfit for their positions, and I'd also be able to tell clever people from unwise ones." The Emperor immediately gave the two swindlers a great sum of money to weave their cloth for him. What will happen when the Emperor parades through town in his new "invisible" clothes? Beautifully illustrated, this comic graphic tale captures the imagination of readers of all..."
  • "Two rascally weavers convince the emperor they are making him beautiful new clothes, visible only to those fit for their posts, but when he wears them during a royal procession, a child recognizes that the emperor has nothing on."
  • "Two rascally weavers convince the emperor they are making him beautiful new clothes, visible only to those fit for their posts, but when he wears them during a royal procession, a child recognizes that the emperor has nothing on."@en
  • "A retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's tale of the vain and foolish emperor and the crooked tailors who deceive him."@en
  • "A retelling of Kejserens nye klaeder, by H.C. Andersen. Two dishonest weavers sell the vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes."@en
  • "A retelling of the Hans Christian Andersen tale."@en
  • "In this story, a foolish emperor and his frightned court are duped into believing he is wearing the finest clothing that can only be seen by those who are smart or fit for office."@en
  • "A retelling of The emperor's new clothes in comic book format."@en
  • "In this version of Andersen's tale, the emperor wants extraordinary clothes that no one has ever seen before."@en
  • "Reading beyond the Basal teacher guide gives the teacher and the children an opportunity to choose appropriate activities following the reading of a favorite book."
  • "Two rascals sell a vain emperor an invisible set of clothes."@en
  • "Summary: Two rascals sell a vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes."@en
  • "Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale about two swindlers who cleverly announce that the "magical" garments they are weaving for the Emperor are invisible to anyone lacking intelligence."@en
  • "The Emperoror wanted new clothes but could not be satisfied. Then people fooled him into believing he was beautifully dressed when he was bare!"@en
  • "In this version of Andersen's tale, the emperor loves shopping and new clothes, but he is still tricked by two rascals."@en
  • "A vain emperor is taught a valuable lesson in humility."@en
  • "The proud emperor is delighted when two swindlers offer to weave him a costume which only the wise can see. Everyone pretends to see the clothes until a small boy points out the obvious truth."@en
  • "Two rascals sell a vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes."
  • "Two rascals sell a vain emperor an invisible suit of clothes."@en
  • "The emperor cared about clothes so much that he had a different costume for every hour of the day. One day the minister of weaving told the emperor that "two of the finest weavers in the whole world" had come to the city. These weavers claimed that they knew how to make the finest cloth imaginable; a material with the amazing property to be invisible to anyone who was unwise or unfit for their job. "It would be wonderful to have clothes made from that cloth!" thought the emperor. "Then I would know which of my men are unfit for their positions, and I'd also be able to tell clever people from unwise ones." The Emperor immediately gave the two swindlers a great sum of money to weave their cloth for him. What will happen when the Emperor parades through town in his new "invisible" clothes? Beautifully illustrated, this comic graphic tale captures the imagination of readers of all ages and inspires a love of reading and literature."@en

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  • "Kejserens nye klaeder <engl.>."

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