- Author:Rolf Rettich ; translated from the German by Stella,Vernon Humphries,S. Humphries,V. Humphries,Wolfgang Ecke
- Publisher:Methuen Publishing Ltd (November 9, 1978)
- Pages:128 pages
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- Formats:mbr docx azw lit
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Paperback, A Pied piper book, 128 pages. Published November 9th 1978 by Methuen (first published 1972). Das Gesicht an der Scheibe. 0416868304 (ISBN13: 9780416868302).
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For briefer allusions to the Pied Piper, in literature and other media, see Pied Piper of Hamelin in popular culture.
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What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. It is said that in the thirteenth century, in a town called Hamelin, a piper lured all of the children away with his magical flute, and none of them were ever seen again
What is Kobo Super Points? A loyalty program that rewards you for your love of reading. Explore rewards Explore Kobo VIP Membership. It is said that in the thirteenth century, in a town called Hamelin, a piper lured all of the children away with his magical flute, and none of them were ever seen again. Today, tough, pink-haired Max and her little brother, Carter, are stuck in modern-day Hamelin with their father. until they are also led away by the Piper to a place called the Summer Isle. There they meet the original stolen children, who haven’t aged a day and who have formed their own town, vigilantly guarded from the many nightmarish beings that roam the land.
The earliest depiction of the Pied Piper existed as a stained glass church window put up in Hamelin in 1300 .
The earliest depiction of the Pied Piper existed as a stained glass church window put up in Hamelin in 1300 CE. While the window was later destroyed, it's said to have featured a colorfully dressed man leading a group of children, and it was believed to have been made in memory of a tragic event. The earliest written town records of Hamelin also state, in 1348, "It is 100 years since our children left