Once upon a time there was a woodcutter and his wife, who had seven children, all boys. The eldest was but ten years old, and the youngest only seven.
They were very poor, and their seven children were a great source of trouble to them because not one of them was able to earn his bread. What gave them yet more uneasiness was that the youngest was very delicate, and scarce ever spoke a word, which made people take for stupidity that which was a sign of good sense. He was very little, and when born he was no bigger than one’s thumb; hence he was called Little Thumb. Read in English, unabridged.
|Read by:||Josh Verbae|
|Running time:||00h 22'|
|Copyright audio:||Interactive Media|
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