Project Gutenberg · 59, free ebooks · 6 by Carlo Collodi. Pinocchio: The Tale of a Puppet by Carlo Collodi. Book Cover. Download; Bibrec. Pinocchio. A classic tale by Carlo Collodi. Adapted by Gill Munton. Series Editor: Louis Fidge. Page 2. Contents. 1 Geppetto's puppet. 3. 2 The fox and the cat. 9. You can Read Pinokio Carlo Collodi Mp3 or Read Online Pinokio Carlo Collodi Mp3, Book Pinokio Carlo Collodi Mp3, And. Pinokio Carlo Collodi Mp3 PDF.
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He fell asleep excited about the magical land.
The barmen woke him up around midnight and told him that he should pay for everything that his friends ate because they left. Pinocchio was left with some money, and he talked to the cricket again.
He ignored him again. Pinocchio thought that he was very strong and he got attacked by two robbers. He started to run, and when he was about to give up, he saw a little white house and starts knocking.
A girl opened up and told him that everyone was dead including her. The robbers caught him and hung him on a tree. The beautiful girl was The Fairy with Turquoise Hair who called her falcon to get the boy off of the tree. She called the owl and the cricket as doctors to heal the boy.
The cricket told everyone that Pinocchio was a spoiled, lazy brat who will make the old Geppetto very sad. Pinocchios conscious woke up, and he started to cry. The fairy wanted to help him, so she gave him medicine, but Pinocchio wants the sweet medicine and says no to the bitter one. Gravediggers came for him with a coffin, four bunnies and when he got scared he drank the medicine, and the fairy started talking about the burglars.
Pinocchio was lying, and his nose got bigger and bigger. He felt ashamed about that, and the fairy left him with his thoughts for a little while. In the end, he called a woodpecker to get his nose back to its regular size. The fairy told him that she called Geppetto and that he was on his way.
The boy was waiting for him and stumbled upon the cat and the fox again and trusted them again. The parrot told him that the cat and the fox dug up his money and ran away. Pinocchio went to the police but ended up in jail because the whole city was working differently that the normal world. When he finally got out, he tried to go back to the house of the Fairy. After some time the boys grow donkey ear and turn into donkeys.
Pinocchio was sold to the circus where he broke his leg and with a broken leg he was useless for the circus.
They tied a rock around his neck and threw him into the sea. Pinocchio was saved thanks to the Fairy who look after him as if she was his mother.
He was swimming, and he got swallowed by a shark. Inside the shark, he found Geppetto and a tuna fish.
With the help of the tuna fish, he carries his father out of the shark because he was sleeping with his mouth wide open. In the village, he learned how to work and earn money, so he helped Geppetto a lot.
She rewarded him and turned him into a real flesh and blood boy and healed Geppetto. When he was made, Geppetto had problems with him. His nose grew more and more, no matter how many times Geppetto shortened it.
He ran from home, but before that he killed the cricket who only wanted to give him well-meaning advice. At first, he is selfish, thinking only of himself.
He saw what it means to be generous when his father sold his coat in the dead of winter just to buy him his school book. He learns something good from every accident, instead of listening to the elder. However, in the end, he changes and becomes a good and noble boy who treats his family members with respect. Papa Gepetto — a caring father, even when he does not get anything in return.
He helps Pinocchio in all ways and sacrifices everything. Although poor, he has a great imagination. Cricket — tries to get back Pinocchio on track with well-intentioned advice, but he hits him on the head with a hammer. I bought this book expecting it to be full of macro techniques, information on lighting beyond a vague description of flashes available, and other specialized techniques of interest to serious macro photographers.
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