The lying carpet
Source:Andersen, London, p.77 (2008)
Call Number:Cub Curr PS3612 .U237 L95 2008
Keywords:Children's stories--Pictorial works, Self-realization--Pictorial works--Juvenile fiction
Summary: Imagine a typical living room in a large house. It has a tiger rug on the floor, a statue of a little girl on the window sill, and an armchair. And they talk. The tiger cannot see anything except the base-board because he is lying on the floor, and the chair can only look at the opposite wall. And then the statue comes to life. The conversation that ensues is highly individual!