The fairy tales by Hans Christian Andersen (1805–1875) are part of the timeless treasure of world literature. They are written for children who, according to Andersen, can nonetheless look over their shoulders. With the reading by Axel Grube, the special magic of the stories in their vicinity as well as (mysterious) profundity become an immediate experience.
"Anyone who lets the fairy tales of Grube tell them with children makes the observation that they are just as entranced as the adult fairy tale listeners." (Monika Klutzny / Die Welt)