Geppetto was a poor, lonely wood carver. One day, he started to carve a puppet from a piece of wood. 'I'll call the puppet Pinocchio,' he thought. 'He will live. The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi. No cover available. Download; Bibrec Title, The Adventures of Pinocchio. Language, English. Download The Adventures of Pinocchio free in PDF & EPUB format. Download Carlo Collodi's The Carlo Collodi · Junior's and Children's | English | 20/03/
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Pinocchio 2. CHAPTER 1. How it happened that Mastro Cherry, carpenter, found a piece of wood that wept and laughed like a child. Centuries ago there lived. link-marketing.info users, for personal and research use and purposes only. Traduzione integrale inglese di Le Avventure di Pinocchio. Storia di un burattino, . Book: The Adventures of Pinocchio. Everyone knows the story of Pinocchio, the marionette who becomes a real boy. When Pinocchio was first serialised, that was indeed Collodi's ending.
Later that day, Geppetto came back home with schoolbooks. Right this way! Heaps of candy all about. Betty Gordon in the Land Of Oil. Your state and country. But the person who had thrown him in just left the room.
Geppetto swung around. You can talk? I am Pinocchio, your boy! Off to School. But he did not have the money to buy schoolbooks.
Later that day, Geppetto came back home with schoolbooks. What matters is that you will go to school tomorrow! The next morning, Pinocchio said good-bye to Geppetto. He skipped along the path to school, humming as he went. The Cricket rode on his shoulder, happy, too. Coming up to them on the path was a Fox and a Cat. You should come with us, to the fair.
The Fox covered the Cricket with his hat. The Fair. What a fair it was! By the gate was a man dressed in white. Right this way! Get your tickets here!
A man was selling old things at a table near the gate. Sell me those new schoolbooks of yours!
That is how you can get money for tickets. The fair was so bright and colorful and exciting, that the next thing Pinocchio knew he had sold his schoolbooks for tickets. But Pinocchio, the Fox and the Cat did not hear him. They were already inside the fair. The Man Who Ran the Fair.
On stage was a puppet show! Everyone laughed and laughed. They threw coins on the stage. The man who ran the fair saw coins fly onto the stage. The next thing Pinocchio knew, he was picked up and thrown in a birdcage. In the next moment, the door was locked shut.
But the person who had thrown him in just left the room. Only the Cricket heard Pinocchio's calls. The Cricket ran back and forth, in and out of the birdcage, trying to find a way to free the lock. But he could not unlock it. The Nose Grows.
All of a sudden, poof! There was the Blue Fairy. Could he really tell the Blue Fairy what had happened? What would she think of him? They made me come here. And they threw me into this cage!
His nose grew longer and longer. Until Pinocchio could see nothing in front of his face but one big giant nose.
I came here with a Fox and the Cat. The nose grew shorter. The nose got shorter. The nose got shorter still.
The nose was back to normal. With a wave of her wand, Pinocchio was out of the cage. Make sure you do the right thing next time. The Coachman.
Pinocchio was back on the road to school. A Coachman drove up. So we can do what we want. Think of it. Skip the books.
Skip the school. Right now, how would you like to have all the candy you can eat! Ice cream, too. Of every flavor. Ever want to smoke a cigar or play pool? All this and more, at Pleasure Island. Best place in the world for boys like you!
This is your lucky day, kid. So what do you say? Pleasure Island. After a while, the coach stopped. Now pay up. The Coachman reached out for something was it money? Then the Coachman drove off. What could it all mean? But as Pinocchio looked around, he no longer cared. For everything the Coachman had told him was true! Heaps of candy all about. But as he was about to give it the first blow, he stood still with arm uplifted, for he had heard a wee, little voice say in a beseeching tone: Do not hit me so hard!
His funny face became still funnier. He turned frightened eyes about the room to find out where that wee, little voice had come from and he saw no one! He looked under the bench—no one! He peeped inside the closet—no one! He searched among the shavings—no one! He opened the door to look up and down the street—and still no one! Well, well—to work once more.
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