The collection “Fairy Tales” by Hans Christian Andersen, which began its publication in 1835, consists of a total of 127 enchanting stories. This particular compilation, translated by Mrs. Paull in 1872, brings these timeless tales to an English-speaking audience. Andersen’s stories are renowned for their magical and often whimsical narratives, exploring themes of innocence, morality, and the human experience. Within this collection, readers will encounter a diverse cast of characters, from talking animals to courageous children, all navigating imaginative worlds filled with wonder and life lessons. Through Mrs. Paull’s translation, the charm and essence of Andersen’s storytelling are preserved, offering readers a delightful journey into the realms of fantasy, imagination, and the enduring appeal of classic fairy tales.