(1826 - 1890)
Carlo Collodi was the pseudonym of Carlo Lorenzini (November 24, 1826 – October 26, 1890). He was an Italian children’s writer known for the world-renowned fairy tale novel, The Adventures of Pinocchio.
The Adventures of Pinocchio (1925)
This is a complete translation of the adventures of the mischievous wooden puppet, with the illustrations used in the most popular Italian edition. It was originally published in 1911. It was reprinted in 1969.
The Adventures of Pinocchio (1940)
The puppet who wants to be a real boy.
The Adventures of Pinocchio (1969)
This edition of the adventures of the mischevious puppet uses the illustrations from the Italian edition of 1911.
A collection of stories, poems and articles, some of which have new illustrations.
This collection includes fables, folk tales, and fairy tales.
Walter R. Brooks
William Pène du Bois
A. A. Milne
Ruth Chrisman Gannett
Ernest H. Shepard
Nora S. Unwin
The story of the little wooden puppet who wished to become a real boy.
The story of a wooden puppet who becomes a real boy. This edition has been shortened by the editor.
Pinocchio the wooden puppet learns from his mistakes and at last becomes a real boy.
Pinocchio is a wooden puppet who wants to become a real boy.
The first English translation of the adventures of the mischevious puppet was originally published in 1892. This edition, with illustrations by Charles Folkard, was the standard edition for many decades and was reprinted many times by different publishers. Read online at archive.org.