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Once upon a time . . . in a splendid palace on the bed of the bluest ocean,lived the Sea King, a wise old triton with a long flowing white beard. Helived in a magnificent palace, built of gaily coloured coral and seashells, together with his five daughters, very beautiful mermaids.
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Sirenetta, the youngest and loveliest of them all, also had a beautifulvoice, and when she sang, the fishes flocked from all over the sea to listento her. The shells gaped wide, showing their pearls and even the jellyfishstopped to listen. The young mermaid often sang, and each time, she would gazeupwards, seeking the faint sunlight that scarcely managed to filter down intothe depths.

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'Oh, how I'd love to go up there and at last see the sky, which everyone says is so pretty, and hear the voices of humans and smell the scent of theflowers!'

'You're still too young!' said her mother. 'In a year or two, when you'refifteen. Only then will the King let you go up there, like your sisters!' Sirenetta spent her time wishing for the world of humans, she listened to hersisters' stories, and every time they returned frorm the surface, she wouldask them questions, to satisfy her curiosity.

And as she waited for the day when she too would be allowed to reach thesurface of the sea and meet the unknown world, Sirenetta spent her time in herwonderful sea garden. The seahorses kept her company, and sometimes a dolphinwould come and play. Only the unfriendly starfish never replied when shecalled. At last, her long-desired birthday came. The night before, Sirenetta could not sleep a wink. In the morning, her father called her and, strokingher long golden hair, slipped a lovely carved flower into her locks . . .

'Therel Now you can go to the surface. You'll breathe air and see the sky. But remember! It's not our world! We can only watch it and admire! We'rechildren of the sea and have no soul, as men do. Be careful and keep away fromthem; they can only bring bad luck!' In a second, Sirenetta had kissed herfather and was darting smoothly towards the surface of the sea. She swam sofast with flicks of her slender tail, that even the fish could not keep upwith her.

Suddenly she popped out of the water. How wonderful! For the first time, she saw the great blue sky, in which as dusk began to fall, the first starswere peeping out and twinkling. The sun, already over the horizon, trailed agolden reflection that gently faded on the heaving waves. High overhead, aflock of gulls spotted the llttle mermaid and greeted her arrival with shrieksof pleasure.

'It's so lovely!' she exclaimed happily. But another nice surprise was instore for her: a ship was slowly sailing towards the rock on which Sirenettawas sitting. The sailors dropped anchor and the ship swayed gently in the calmsea. Sirenetta watched the men go about their work aboard, lighting thelanterns for the night. She could clearly hear their voices.

'I'd love to speak to them!' she said to herself. But then she gazed sadlyat her long flexible tail, her equivalent of legs, and said to herself: 'I cannever be like them!' Aboard ship, a strange excitement seemed to seize thecrew, and a little later, the sky became a spray of many coloured lights andthe crackle of fireworks filled the sky.

'Long live the captain! Hurray for his 20th birthday. Hurray! Hurray . . . many happy returns!' Astonished at all this, the little mermaid caught sightof the young man in whose honour the display was being held. Tall anddignified, he was smiling happily, and Sirenetta could not take her eyes fromhim. She followed his every movement, fascinated by all that was happening. The party went on, but the sea grew more agitated. Sirenetta anxiously realized that the men were now in danger: an icy wind was sweeping the waves, the ink black sky was torn by flashes of lightning, then a terrible stormbroke suddenly over the helpless ship. In vain Sirenetta screamed: 'Look out! Beware of the sea . . .' But the howling wind carried her words away, and therising waves swept over the ship. Amidst the sailors' shouts, masts and sailstoppled onto the deck, and with a sinister splintering sound, the ship sank.

By the light of one oi the lamps. Sirenetta had seen the young captain fallinto the water, and she swam to his rescue. But she could not find him in thehigh waves and, tired out, was about to glve up, when suddenly there he was onthe crest of a nearby wave. In an instant, he was swept straight into themermaid's arms.

The young man was unconscious and the mermaid held his head above water inthe stormy sea, in an effort to save his life. She clung to him for hourstrying to fight the tiredness that was overtaklng her.

Then, as suddenly as it had sprung up, the storm died away. ln a grey dawn over a still angry sea, Sirenetta realized thankfully that land lay ahead. Aided by the motion of the waves, she pushed the captain's body onto theshore, beyond the water's edge. Unable herself to walk, the mermaid satwringing her hands, her tail lapped by the rippling water, trying to warm theyoung captain with her own body. Then the sound of approaching voices startledSlrenetta and she slipped back into deeper water.

'Come quickly! Quickly!' came a woman's voice in alarm. 'There's a manhere! Look, I think he's unconscious!' The captain was now in good hands.

'Let's take him up to the castle!'

'No, no! Better get help . . .' And the first thing the young man saw whenhe opened his eyes again was the beautiful face of the youngest of a group ofthree ladies.

'Thank you! Thank you . . . for saving my life . . . he murmured to thelovely unknown lady.

From the sea Sirenetta watched the man she had snatched from the waves turntowards the castle, without knowing that a mermaid had saved his life. Slowlyswimming out to sea, Sirenetta felt that there on the beach she had leftbehind something she could never bring herself to forget. How wonderful thosetremendous hours in the storm had been, as she had battled with the elements.And as she swam down towards her father's palace, her sisters came to meether, anxious to know what had kept her so long on the surface. Sirenetta started to tell her story, but suddenly a lump came to her throat and, bursting into tears, she fled to her room. She stayed there for days, refusingto see anyone or to touch food. She knew that her love for the young captainwas without hope, for she was a mermaid and could never marry a human. Onlythe Witch of the Deeps could help her. But what price would she have to pay? Sirenetta decided to ask the Witch.

'. . . so you want to get rid of your fishy tail, do you? I expect you'dlike to have a pair of woman's legs, isn't that so?' said the nasty Witchscornfully, from her cave guarded by a giant squid.

'Be warned!' she went on. 'You will suffer horribly, as though a sword werecutting you apart. And every time you place your feet on the earth, you willfeel dreadful pain!'

'It doesn't matter!' whispered Sirenetta, with tears in her eyes. 'As longas I can go back to him!'

'And that's not all!' exclaimed the Witch. 'In exchange for my spell, youmust give me your lovely voice. You'll never be able to utter a word again! And don't forget! If the man you love marries someone else, you will not beable to turn into a mermaid again. You will just dissolve in water like thefoam on the wave!'

'All right!' said Sirenetta, eagerly taking the little jar holding the magic potion. The Witch had told Sirenetta that the young captain was actuallya prince, and the mermaid left the water at a spot not far from the castle. She pulled herself onto the beach, then drank the magic potion. An agonizingpain made her faint, and when she came to her senses, she could mistily seethe face she loved, smiling down at her.

The witch's magic had worked the spell, for the prince had felt a strangedesire to go down to the beach, just as Sirenetta was arriving. There he hadstumbled on her, and recalling how he too had once been washed up on the shore,gently laid his cloak over the still body, cast up by the waves.

'Don't be frightened! he said quickly. 'You're quite safe! Where have youcome from?' But Sirenetta was now dumb and could not reply, so the young mansoftly stroke her wet cheek.

'I'll take you to the castle and look after you,' he said. In the days thatfollowed, the mermaid started a new life. She wore splendid dresses and oftenwent out on horseback with the prince. One evening, she was invited to a greatball at Court. However, as the Witch had foretold, every movement and eachstep she took was torture. Sirenetta bravely put up with her suffering, gladto be allowed to stay near her beloved prince. And though she could not speakto him, he was fond of her and showered kindness on her, to her great joy.However, the young man's heart really belonged to the unknown lady he had seenas he lay on the shore, though he had never met her since, for she hadreturned at once to her own land.

Even when he was in the company of Sirenetta, fond of her as he was, theunknown lady was always in his thoughts. And the little mermaid, guessinginstinctively that she was not his true love, suffered even more.

She often crept out of the castle at night, to weep by the seashore. Onceshe thought she could spy her sisters rise from the water and wave at her, butthis made her feel sadder than ever.

Fate, however, had another surprise in store. From the Castle ramparts oneday, a huge ship was sighted sailing into the harbour. Together withSirenetta, the prince went down to meet it. And who stepped from the vessel, but the unknown lady who had been for long in the prince's heart. When he sawher, he rushed to greet her. Sirenetta felt herself turn to stone and apainful feeling pierced her heart: she was about to lose the prince for ever. The unknown lady too had never forgotten the young man she had found on thebea and soon after, he asked her to marry him. Since she too was in love, shehappily said 'yes'.

A few days after the wedding, the happy couple were invited for a voyage onthe huge ship, which was still in the harbour. Sirenetta too went on board, and the ship set sail. Night fell, and sick at heart over the loss of theprince, Sirenetta went on deck. She remembered the Witch's prophecy, and wasnow ready to give up her life and dissolve in the sea. Suddenly she heard acry from the water and dimly saw her sisters in the darkness.'. . . Sirenetta! Sirenetta! It's us . . . your sisters! We've heard allabout what happened! Look! Do you see this knife? It's magic! The Witch gaveit to us in exchange for our hair. Take it! Kill the prince before dawn, andyou will become a mermaid again and forget all your troubles!'

As though in a trance, Sirenetta clasped the knife and entered the cabinwhere the prince and his bride lay asleep. But as she gazed at the young man'ssleeping face, she simply blew him a furtive kiss, before running back ondeck. When dawn broke, she threw the knife into the sea. Then she shot aparting glance at the world she was leaving behind, and dived into the waves, ready to turn into the foam of the sea from whence she had come, and vanish.

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As the sun rose over the horizon, it cast a long golden ray of llght acrossthe sea, and in the chilly water, Sirenetta turned towards it for the lasttime. Suddenly, as though by magic, a mysterious force drew her out of thewater, and she felt herself lifted high into the sky. The clouds were tinged with pink, the sea rippled in the early mornlng breeze, and the little mermaidheard a whisper through the tinkling of bells: 'Sirenetta, Sirenetta! Gome wlth us ...'

'Who are you?' asked the mermaid, surprised to find she had recovered theuse of her voice. 'Where am l?'

'You're with us in the sky. We're the fairies of the air! We have no soulas men do, but our task is to help them. We take amongst us only those whohave shown kindness to men!'

Greatly touched, Sirenetta looked down over the sea towards the prince'sship, and felt tears spring to her eyes. The fairies of the air whispered toher: 'Look! The earth flowers are waiting for our tears to turn into themornlng dew! Come along with us ...'

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The Little Mermaid

  • Publisher : Applesauce Press
  • Release : 2013-10-08
  • Pages : 48
  • ISBN : 1604333774
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The beloved tale of The Little Mermaid is faithfully reproduced in this new edition of Hans Christian Anderson’s classic. Original art by critically acclaimed New York Times bestselling illustrator Charles Santore is masterfully reproduced using the most advanced technology to bring these breathtaking illustrations to life like never before. The vivid colors and captivating spreads make this beautiful story one to be treasured in every home. The Little Mermaid is a timeless classic that has fascinated readers young and old for many generations. The adventures of the young mermaid princess splash life across the pages of a story full of belonging, hope, love and sacrifice. This new edition embodies beautiful original artwork by Charles Santore, masterfully reproduced with the latest technology available, containing vivid colors and captivating illustrations that make every page an unrivaled masterpiece. The sharp contrast of life under the sea and on the land is captured with these magnificent depictions of the story. In reviewing the original Santore artwork, the School Library Journal wrote, “Through his clever use of contrasting palettes, the illustrations create two distinct worlds: the ethereal blues and greens of the Sea King's undersea realm, and the sun-drenched reds and golds of the prince's domain.” Children and adults are sure to treasure this book and all it encompasses for many years to come.

The Little Mermaid

  • Publisher : Golden/Disney
  • Release : 2003-09
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN : 9780736421775
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A little sea princess, longing to be human, trades her mermaid's tail for legs to win the love of a prince.

Disney Animated Classics: The Little Mermaid

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  • Release : 2020-05-05
  • Pages : 74
  • ISBN : 0794444989
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This fresh, hardcover retelling of the classic Disney film The Little Mermaid is illustrated with vintage paintings, sketches, and concept art from the original Disney Studio artists. Illustrated with a variety of paintings, sketches, and concept art from the original Disney Studio artists, this fresh retelling of The Little Mermaid follows the story of the classic animated film. See how Disney's artists interpreted the story through different styles and mediums, and follow Ariel on her journey to becoming a princess.

The Little Mermaid

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  • Release : 2019
  • Pages : 72
  • ISBN : 9781743830062
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Ariel dreams of being human and when she saves the life of a handsome prince called Eric, Ariel falls in love. After her father forbids her from seeing Eric, Ariel makes a dangerous deal with Ursula, a sea witch. What will Ariel risk to be with her true love?

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  • Release : 2020-09-01
  • Pages : 48
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A beloved classic illustrated by Bernadette Watts—one of Europe’s most recognized and beloved fairy-tale artists! There is only one way the Little Mermaid can win the prince’s heart and gain an immortal soul: she must agree to the sea witch’s terrible deal—give up her voice in return for a pair of legs. But will her dream come true? Bernadette brings to new life this world-famous, unabridged fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen—immersing the reader in the magical world beneath the sea.

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  • Release : 2020-03-17
  • Pages : 192
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Relive the magic of Disney’s 1989 animated classic The Little Mermaid with this collectible tiny book featuring story art from the beloved film. When Ariel the mermaid falls in love with a handsome human prince and trades her voice and tail for legs, she begins an adventure that will test her courage in ways she never imagined. With its unforgettable soundtrack, beautiful animation, and endearing characters, Disney’s The Little Mermaid has been one of the most celebrated animated films for generations. Now with this tiny storybook retelling, fans can cherish this classic fairytale and keep it right in their pockets! Part of a continuing series of tiny Disney storybooks, this is a unique collectors item that adult Disney fans can treasure for years to come.

The Little Mermaid

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  • Release : 2015-10-01
  • Pages : 48
  • ISBN : 9789888240975
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A beloved Hans Christian Andersen tale, illustrated by one of the greatest children's illustrators of our time The story of the little mermaid who fell in love with a human boy is well-known and loved by millions--but in the hands of internationally acclaimed illustrator Lisbeth Zwerger, it feels brand new. This poignant tale of unrequited love and self-sacrifice helped establish Andersen as one of the foremost writers of fairy tales in the world. Zwerger's signature illustrations add fresh whimsy and charm to Andersen's creation, and her art harmonizes perfectly with the carefully edited translation.

The Little Mermaid

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  • Release : 1993
  • Pages : 329
  • ISBN : 9780785304531
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A little sea princess, longing to be human, trades her mermaid's tail for legs, hoping to win the love of a prince and earn an immortal soul herself.

Individual Otherness in Disney's 'The Little Mermaid' with Regard to Social Hierarchy and Gender

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  • Publisher : GRIN Verlag
  • Release : 2007-07
  • Pages : 76
  • ISBN : 3638661466
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject American Studies - Culture and Applied Geography, grade: 1,3, Humboldt-University of Berlin (Institut fur Anglistik und Amerikanistik), course: The World According to Disney: Construction of Cultural Differences in American (Family-Oriented) Films, 24 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: 'Individual Otherness in The Little Mermaid with Regard to Social Hierarchy and Gender' deals with the role of royal characters and how they relate to so called non-elite figures. Additionally, male and female stereotyped characters will be examined with regard to royal male figures and superior and inferior female ones. The last point will be a discussion of the good-bad relationship by concentrating exclusively on Ariel and Ursula.

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The Little Mermaid: A Read-Aloud Storybook

  • Publisher : RH/Disney
  • Release : 1999-08
  • Pages : 72
  • ISBN : 9780736401616
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The complete retelling of favorite Disney movies in a true read-aloud style.

Disney's the Little Mermaid Storybook and CD

  • Publisher : Disney Press
  • Release : 2007-02-13
  • Pages : 46
  • ISBN : 9781423104339
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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When the daring mermaid princess, Ariel, rescues the human Prince Eric from drowning, she falls in love with him. The little mermaid trades her voice to the scheming sea witch, Ursula, for the chance to visit the prince. Unless Eric falls in love with Ariel in three days, she will become Ursula’s captive forever! Experience the enchanting fairy tale with this beautifully illustrated storybook and read-along CD that features the voices of the beloved characters and thrilling sound effects from the award-winning film! Plus the popular song, 'Under the Sea.'

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Disney's The Little Mermaid

  • Publisher : RH/Disney
  • Release : 2003
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN : 9780736421287
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Based on the hit Disney film, a full-color storybook lets even the youngest child re-live Princess Ariel's underwater adventures and her search for a handsome prince. Reissue.

The Little Mermaid Read-Along Storybook and CD

  • Publisher : Disney Press
  • Release : 2013-07-02
  • Pages : 32
  • ISBN : 9781423168898
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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When the daring mermaid princess, Ariel, rescues the human Prince Eric from drowning, she falls in love with him. The little mermaid trades her voice to the scheming sea witch, Ursula, for the chance to become human. Unless Eric falls in love with Ariel in three days, she will become Ursula's captive forever! Experience the enchanting fairy tale with this beautifully illustrated storybook that features all new artwork and a read-along CD with the voices of the beloved characters from the award-winning film and thrilling sound effects!

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  • Publisher : RH/Disney
  • Release : 2008
  • Pages : 24
  • ISBN : 9780375852039
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A tie-in to a new Little Mermaid DVD releasing Summer 2008 tells the story of how, when Ariel was a very young mermaid, King Triton banned all music beneath the sea. Original.

The Little Mermaid Coloring Book

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  • Publisher : Courier Corporation
  • Release : 1992-06-01
  • Pages : 48
  • ISBN : 9780486271309
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Complete text accompanied by 31 large drawings, including the Sea King's magical underworld, the turreted palace of the young prince, the evil sea witch, much more.

The Little Mermaid: Movie Storybook / Libro basado en la película (English-Spanish) (Disney Princess)

  • Publisher : Disney Electronic Content
  • Release : 2019-05-14
  • Pages : 329
  • ISBN : 1368054684
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Splash into Ariel's world in this English-Spanish bilingual retelling of Disney's The Little Mermaid. Ariel sueña con unirse al mundo humano. Ella arriesga todo y renuncia a su voz por la posibilidad de hacer sus sueños realidad. Pero, ¿se interpondrá Úrsula, la bruja del mar, entre Ariel y todos sus seres queridos? Ariel dreams of joining the human world. She risks everything and gives up her voice for the chance to make her dreams come true. But will Ursula the sea witch come between Ariel and everyone she loves?

The Little Mermaid and Other Fairy Tales

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  • Release : 2016-10
  • Pages : 320
  • ISBN : 9781435163683
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Disney the Little Mermaid

  • Publisher : Dark Horse Books
  • Release : 2020-06-16
  • Pages : 72
  • ISBN : 1506715729
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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'The unforgettable tale of Disney The Little Mermaid transforms and expands through the first-person perspective of Ariel. Dive into the heart and mind of Ariel as she discovers love, endures sacrifice, and finds the strength to persevere as her world changes before her - her life, and life under the sea, will never be the same.' -- back cover.

The Little Mermaid: Animated Classic (Disney Princess)

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2020-11
  • Pages : 64
  • ISBN : 9781787415294
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A beautiful book retelling the movie story of The Little Mermaid, accompanied by original concept art and sketches from classic Disney artists.

The Little Mermaid

  • Publisher : RH/Disney
  • Release : 2013
  • Pages : 32
  • ISBN : 0736481281
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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A little sea princess, longing to be human, trades her mermaid's tail for legs to win the love of a prince.