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He great Italian pine forest, was lonely. He always dreamed about having a son.
Each day, he went cutting woods for the town’s people. One day, an idea
illuminated his mind, the idea of crafting a puppet, which he will call it Pinocchio.
He crafted that puppet and during the night, the puppet becomes alive!
One year of happiness and thriller passed, on a Sunday morning, Gepetto told
"It’s my birthday soon, my little son! I hope you didn’t forget it!"
"Euh, sure, I didn’t!"
Pinocchio felt awkward. He didn’t thought about that. Gepetto’s birthday was
coming in only three days, and he hadn’t even a present.
After a long night of reflecting, Pinocchio finally decided to offer a homemade
chocolate cake to him as a present.
When the sun rose, Pinocchio was already ready to go outside to find the
ingredients. The main problem was he didn’t even known the ingredients and the
So after school, he decided to go ask someone for the ingredients to bake a cake.
During his walk, Pinocchio, the wooden puppet, met the town’s sorcerer.
"Hey, little boy, do you need some help for your chocolate cake?"
"Hum… You can help me?", asked Pinocchio.
"Sure, I can. Follow me!"
After walking few minutes so, Pinocchio saw a big, big, big candy house. They
entered together and Pinocchio got caught by a big cage.
"Mouahahaha!!! I finally caught you! You’ll be mine, you’re going to work for
me!", said the evil sorcerer.
Pinocchio was so scared. When the guards came and took him out of the cage, he
immediately ran away very fast and he succeeded to escape.
At the same time, the evil sorcerer, calling all his troops with him, ran after him
and he took out his magic wand. The evil devil changed the little wooden puppet
into a chocolate cake!
When he came back home, he told the entire story to his father and they went to
find the god fairy.
After a long trip, they finally find the god fairy and they got the magical potion for

Once upon a time there lived a little, named Snow White. She lived with
her aunt and uncle because her parents were died.
One day she heard her aunt and uncle talking about leaving Snow White in
the castle because they wanted to go to America and they didn't have enough
money to take Snow White with them.
Snow White didn't want her uncle and aunt to do this. So she decided to
run away. The next morning she run away from home when her aunt and uncle
were having breakfast, she run away into the wood.
In the wood she felt very tired and hungry. Then she saw this cottage. She
knocked but no one answered so she went inside and felt asleep
Meanwhile seven dwarfs were coming home from work. They went inside.
There, they found Snow White woke up. She saw the dwarfs. The dwarfs said;
“What is your name?”. Snow White said; “My name is Snow White”. One of the
dwarfs said; “If you wish, you may live here with us”. Snow White told the whole
story about her. Then Snow white and the seven dwarfs lived happily ever after.

Gotham (Go’tem) was a little town in England.

Once there was a man from Gotham going to market to buy sheep. At
gotham bridge, he met a man who had just come back from the market.
“Where are you going?” asked the man who had come back to Gotham.
“I am going to market to buy sheep,” answered the other.
“Which way are you going to bring your sheep home?” asked the first man
“Over this bridge,” answered the second man.
“You shall not go over this bridge,” said the first man. “You shall go that
“I will go over this bridge,” said the second man.
“You shall not,” said the first man again.
“But I will,” replied the other.
Soon the two men began to fight. They fought and fought until they both got
quite hurt.
How foolish they were! They fought over the sheep which were not here.

Once upon a time, there was an old king who was very sad because he did
not have a boy as a successor to his throne. The king finally decided to adopt a
son who will be a prince. Then the king held an announcement to all the boys in
his kingdom that he was looking for someone to be adopted as his son. All the
boys in the country got together to meet the king. The king became confused
because there were many boys proposed themselves as a potential prince. Then he
thought so hard to find the boy who deserves to be a prince. Finally, the king got
an idea. He distributed seeds to all the boys. Then he said that anyone who could
grow the seeds into beautiful flowers would become the prince.
All the boys in the country planted and cared the seeds carefully. Including
a boy named Yong Tu, he planted that seed well. He also watered and gave
fertilizer to the seed every day. But after some time, he wondered why the seed
didn’t grow into a plant. He was almost disappointed at the condition. One of his
friends named Park Ha came and asked, “Why do not your seeds grow into a
plant?” “I do not know. I had taken care of the seed well.” Answer Yong Tu. Park
Ha mocked him and showed his seed that grows into a beautiful flower. “Mine
has grown and has a beautiful flower. I will be the successor of this kingdom “said
Park Ha with arrogant.
Shortly after that, the election of the prince arrived. All the boys in the
country lined up and wore their best clothes. They also carried pots containing
plant with beautiful flowers. Then the king approached them one by one to choose
his successor candidate. But the king was very sad when he saw all the boys
brought plants with beautiful flowers. When he almost disappointed, the king saw
a boy in the back row, holding an empty flower pots.
The king approached the boy and asked, “Why are you carrying a pot that
no plant flowers?” “I maintain the seed that I sowed every day, but it did not
germinate at all.” The boy replied and cried. Then the king smiled at him. “This is
my adopted son who will be a prince” said the king to the people. All the boys
were shocked. They asked the king, “Why did my lord choose the boy without
flower? Did not you want a child who can grow the most beautiful flower? “
“I shared you the seed that has been boiled. Those seeds should not grow
into plants. “The king answered. They were all embarrassed with the king. In fact,
the king didn’t want the boy who could grow the most beautiful flowers. He chose
someone who is honest. All the boys in the country replaced the seeds given by
the king to another seeds. However Yong Tu didn’t do that because he was
honest. Therefore the king chose him as the prince.

In the days of the past, There is someone the king that is old and his life
was so sad because she did not have any sons as a potential successor to his
throne. The king finally took the decision to appoint someone the boy who would
become a prince. Then the king held one advice on all the boys in his country if he
was looking for a child to be adopted. Everything boy in the country gathered to
the king. King also gets confused and many ask themselves as candidates for the
prince. He racked his brain how this boy found eligible to make a foster child. In
the end, the king has one inspiration. He distributed the seeds of the plants on the
boy. Then he delivered that anyone can grow a plant that seed so beautiful
flowers, she would become his adopted son.
Everything boy in the country and keep the seed was planted so carefully.
Someone boy named Yong Tu nurture that seed so well. She always watered the
seeds with water and fertilizer to give it every day. But after so long, she
wondered why it did not also grow seed crops so beautiful. He also had to be
desperate with that condition. one person named Park Ha colleagues to see him
and ask, “Why do not you grow your own seeds of flowering plants? ” I do not
understand even though I have to take good care. ‘Thread Yong Tu. with a little
insulted while memerlihatkan his seed that grew up to be a pretty flower. “Mine
has grown and has a beautiful flower. I will be the successor of this kingdom ‘said
Park Ha with overbearing.
After a while, the determination of the prince to arrive. Everything boy in
the country lined up with the nicest clothes they wear. They also took the pots
filled with flowers of plants are so pretty. The king then approached them one by
one to select the candidates for his successor. But the king was so sad to see all of
the boy had brought the plant with the flowers were so pretty. After almost
hopeless, the king saw a child in the last row while holding an empty flower pot.
The king approached the boy and ask the question, ‘Why are you carrying
a pot that no plant flowers?’ Every day I protect the seeds I sowed, but the seeds
did not germinate even. ‘Replied the boy while crying. Then the king smiled at
him, ‘This is my adopted son who would be prince’ said the king to his people.
Everything the boy kebingunggan. they bertannya to the king, “Why does my lord
select a pot without a flower? Do not lord mengingikan a child who can grow the
flowers of the most beautiful? ‘ “My people! I share you my seed that has been
boiled. The seed should tidk will grow into plants. ‘Replied the king. They were
all embarrassed by the king. In fact the king not select the most beautiful flowers.
He chose an honest man. all the boys in the country granting seed dressing king
another seed. But Yong Tu did not do it and he’s honest therefore the king chose
him as a prince.

There was a young man, named Wan Hsi-liang, among those who had
been pressed into the service of building Emperor Shih Huang’s Great Wall. Wan
Hsi-liang had a beautiful and virtuous wife, whose name was Meng Chiang-nu.
For a long, long time after her husband was forced to leave her, Meng Chiang-nu
had no news of him. Her hatred of the wicked ruler grew apace with her longing
for the husband.
But even as the seasons changed, there still was no news about Wan Hsi-
liang. It was rumored that the Great Wall was being built somewhere way up
north where it was so cold that one could hardly dare stick one’s hands out of
one’s sleeves. When Meng Chiang-nu heard this, she hurriedly made cotton-
padded clothes and shoes for her husband. But who should take these to him when
it was such a long way to the Great Wall? Pondering the matter over and over, she
finally decided she would take the clothes and shoes to Wan Hsi-liang herself.
It was cold when Meng Chiang-nu started out and very lonely for her to walk by
herself. One evening, she failed to reach the town she was going to, so she spent
the night in a little temple in a grove beside the road. Having walked the whole
day, she was very tired and fell asleep as soon as she lay down on a stone table.
She dreamed her husband was coming towards her and a feeling of great
happiness enveloped her. But then he told her that he had died and she cried
bitterly. When she woke in the morning, she was overwhelmed by doubts and
sadness as she remembered this dream. With curses on the emperor, Meng
Chiang-nu continued on her journey.
Meng Chiang-nu walked on until, one day, she came to a deep valley
between the mountain. She walked a long time through the valley without finding
a single house. All she could see were weeds, brambles and rocks. It was getting
so dark that she could no longer see the road. She decided to spend the night
among some bushes. As she had not eaten anything for the whole day, she
shivered all the more violently in the cold. Thinking of how her husband must be
suffering in the icy cold weather, her heart contracted with a pain as sharp as a
knife. When Meng Chiang-nu opened her eyes the next morning, she found to her
amazement that the whole valley and her own body were covered in a blanket of
snow. How was she to continue her journey?
While she was still at a loss as to what to do, a crow suddenly alighted
before her. It cawed twice and flew on a short distance, then sat down again in
front of her and cawed again twice. Meng Chiang-nu decided that the bird was
inviting her to follow its direction and so she resumed her travel, a little cheered
because of the company of this living creature. And so, she walked on passing
mountain ranges and crossing big rivers and small streams.
Many dreary days had passed before Meng Chiang-nu at last reached the
Great Wall. She walked along the Great Wall, trying to find her husband among
those who were toiling there. She asked after her husband, but nobody knew
anything about him. Her anguish over her husband’s unknown fate increased and
she shed many bitter tears as she continued her search.
At last, she learned the sad truth. Her husband had died long ago because
of the unbearably hard toil, and his body had been put underground where he fell,
under the Great Wall. Hearing this tragic news, Meng Chiang-nu fell into a
swoon. Some of the builders tried to revive her, but it was a long while before she
regained consciousness. When she did, she burst into a flood of tears for several
days. Many of the toilers wept with her. So bitter was her lament that, suddenly, a
length of over two hundred miles of the Great Wall came crumbling down while a
violent storm the sand and bricks whirl about in the air.
“It was Meng Chiang-nu who, by her tears, caused the Great Wall to
crumble!” the people along the edifice told one another with amazement. At the
same time, they were filled with hatred of the cruel emperor who caused nothing,
but misery to his subjects.
When the emperor heard how Meng Chiang-nu had brought part of his
Great Wall down, he immediately went to see for himself what sort of person she
was. He found that she was as beautiful as a fairy, so he asked her to become his
wife. Meng Chiang-nu, who hated him so deeply for his cruel ways, would of
course not consent to his. But she felt a ruse would serve her purpose better than
frankness, so she answered: “Yes, I will, if you do three things for me. The first is
that you bury my husband in a golden coffin with a silver lid on it; the second is
that all your ministers and generals go into mourning for my husband and attend
his funeral; the third is that you attend his funeral yourself, wearing deep
mourning clothes as your own son would do.”
Being so taken with her beauty, the emperor consented to her requests at
once. Everything was, therefore, arranged accordingly. But when Meng Chiang-
nu saw her husband properly buried, she cried bitterly for a long time. Then, all of
a sudden, she jumped into the river that flowed close by the tomb. The emperor
was infuriated at being thwarted in his desires. He ordered his attendants to pull
her out of the water again. But before they could seize her, Meng Chiang-nu had
turned into a beautiful, silvery fish and swam gracefully out of sight deep down
into the green-blue water.

Once upon time there were many swordfish in the sea near Singapore.
These swordfish caushed a great deal of trouble. They flew into boats and
sometimes killed fishermen. There were so many of these swordfish that the raja
decided to kill them.
So the raja brought his army down to the sea to fight the swordfish. Many
people came to watch the battle, and among them was a very clever little boy. The
little boy watched the soldier in their uniform, their long swords shining in the
sun. he thought to himself that he would like to be a soldier when he grew up.
When the captain gave the signal, the soldier stood in long line on the
beach and waited for the swordfish to attack. Soon the swordfish came leaping
and flying across the water. Wave after wave of then came. They noses, and many
soldiers died.
Suddenly the little boy saw the raja sitting sadly beneath a tree. He ran to
raja and said. “Please, Sir. I think I know how to stop the swordfish.”
“Do you. Indeed, little boy?” said the raja looking to cut at the boy’s bare
feet and ragged clothes.
“Yes, Sir,” the boy said. “Tell the soldiers to take those banana trees over
there. Then tie the trees together to make a wall to stop the fish.”
“That’s a wonderful idea,” said the raja. He turned to his captain. “Why
didn’t you think of that, Captain? Tell your men to start at once.”
The captain looked angrily at the little boy before he told his men what to
so. The soldiers cut the banana trees and tied them together with strong ropes.
They used more ropes to pull the wall to the edge of the water. This time, when
the swordfish came, they flew out of the water and their swords stuck in the wall
of banana trees. They couldn’t move, and so it was easy for the soldiers to kill
“Well done, men.” Said the raja to the soldiers. “And thank you, little
boy,” he said to the boy.
The little boy bowed to the raja and ran back to his home on the hill by the
sea. The raja thoughtfully watched him go. That’s very clever child,” he said to
the captain.
The captain was still angry because the boy had made him look stupid.
“Perhaps, Sir, he is too clever. Clever little boy can grow into dangerous man.”
The raja thought about this, and the more he thought the more he worried.
A few days later the captain came to see him again.
“Sir” he said. “I am worried about that little boy. He is too clever. Some
day, he will make a lot of trouble for us.”
“You are right, Captain,” said the raja. “I think we should stop him now,
before it’s too late.”
“Good,” said the captain. “I’ll take care of it tonight.”
That night the captain and some of his soldiers climbed the hill where the
little boy lived. They quietly went into his house and killed him with their swords.
The little boy’s blood ran freely down the hill. Soon the whole hill had
turned red, and it is red to this every day. When the people heard what raja’s
captain had done, they named this place Redhill. And even now, they remember
the story of the clever little boy who stopped the swordfish.

Once upon a time there lived a girl called Cinderella. she was happy live
with her father and mother. until her mother died dead and her father had married
a widow with two daughters. Her stepmother didn’t like her one little bit. But, for
the poor unhappy girl, there was nothing at all. Her stepmother has two daughters
and they were very bossy. No rest and no comfort. She had to work hard all day.
Only when evening came was she allowed to sit for a while by the fire, near the
cinders. That’s why everybody called her Cinderella.
Cinderella used to spend long hours all alone talking to the cat. The cat
always said, “Miaow“, which really meant, “Cheer up! You have something
neither of your stepsisters has and that is beauty.” It was quite true. Cinderella,
even dressed in old rags, was a lovely girl. While her stepsisters, no matter how
splendid and elegant their clothes, were still clumsy, lumpy and ugly and always
would be.
One day, beautiful new dresses arrived at the house. A ball was to be held
at the palace and the stepsisters were getting ready to go. Cinderella didn’t even
dare ask if she could go too. She knew very well what the answer would be:
“You? You’re staying at home to wash the dishes, scrub the floors and turn down
the beds for your stepsisters.” They will come home tired and very sleepy.
Cinderella sighed, “Oh dear, I’m so unhappy!” and the cat murmured “Miaow.”
Suddenly something amazing happened. As Cinderella was sitting all
alone, there was a burst of light and a fairy appeared. “Don’t be alarmed,
Cinderella,” said the fairy. “I know you would love to go to the ball. And so you
shall!” “How can I, dressed in rags?” Cinderella replied.
The fairy smiled. With a flick of her magic wand Cinderella found herself
wearing the most beautiful dress she had ever seen. “Now for your coach,” said
the fairy; “A real lady would never go to a ball on foot! Quick! Get me a
pumpkin!” “Oh of course,” said Cinderella, rushing away. Then the fairy turned to
the cat. “You, bring me seven mice, and, remember they must be alive!”
Cinderella soon returned with the pumpkin and the cat with seven mice he
had caught in the cellar. With a flick of the magic wand the pumpkin turned into a
sparkling coach and the mice became six white horses, while the seventh mouse
turned into a coachman in a smart uniform and carrying a whip. Cinderella could
hardly believe her eyes.
“You shall go to the ball Cinderella. But remember! You must leave at
midnight. That is when my spell ends. Your coach will turn back into a pumpkin
and the horses will become mice again. You will be dressed in rags and wearing
clogs instead of these glass slippers! Do you understand?” Cinderella smiled and
said, “Yes, I understand!”
Cinderella had a wonderful time at the ball until she heard the first stroke
of midnight! She remembered what the fairy had said, and without a word of
goodbye she slipped from the Prince’s arms and ran down the steps. As she ran
she lost one of her slippers, but not for a moment did she dream of stopping to
pick it up! If the last stroke of midnight were to sound… oh… what a disaster that
would be! Out she fled and vanished into the night.
The Prince, who was now madly in love with her, picked up the slipper
and said to his ministers, “Go and search everywhere for the girl whose foot this
slipper fits. I will never be content until I find her!” So the ministers tried the
slipper on the foot of every girl in the land until only Cinderella was left.
Suddenly the fairy appeared and waved her magic wand. In a flash,
Cinderella appeared in a splendid dress, shining with youth and beauty. Her
stepmother and stepsisters gaped at her in amazement, and the ministers said,
“Come with us Cinderella! The Prince is waiting for you.“ So Cinderella married
the Prince and lived happily ever.

Story of the People's Folk Dressing in Bullock Leather

Story of the People's Folk Dressing in Bullock Leather
Once upon a time, in the land of Chad, a hunter down the Chari River while
targeting a deer.
When he reached the curve of the river, he saw a group of women bathing.
They are beautiful women who are engrossed in bathing while playing water.
Hunters move to where they can better observe them. The hunter then
noticed a pile of clothes made of bull skin on the river bank. The hunter
approached the clothes and took one of the clothes.
"I'll make one of them as my wife," thought the hunter.
As the women finished bathing, they each took their clothes. Shortly after
wearing their own clothes, they turned into a bull.
However, one of them lost his clothes. She is the most beautiful woman.
He looked around, but did not find him. Because, has been stolen by the hunter.
Not long after, the hunter came out of his hiding place. He asked her to be
his wife. Since there was no other choice, she wanted to marry the hunter.
Once they have children, the hunter finally tells his wife that he is stealing
his clothes. The hunter's wife understands her. But, occasionally he borrowed the
clothes and turned into a bull to meet with his fellow bulls.

Saudi Children's Tale Story The Value of a Self-Esteem

Saudi Children's Tale Story The Value of a Self-Esteem
An Arab merchant goes to the market to do business. He also took his son.
The market conditions of the time were so crowded that they separated
them. Then, the kid is kidnapped by a criminal. The merchant also hired people to
deliver news to his kidnapper that he prepared a ransom of a thousand dinars.
Then, the merchant shouted in the market, "For the kidnappers, a thousand
dinars have been prepared by the merchant as a ransom!"
The greedy kidnappers are silent. "Who knows the merchant raises the
ransom," he thought. The next day, the person who delivered the news returned to
the market and shouted, "For the kidnappers, five hundred dinars have been
prepared by the merchant as a ransom."
The kidnappers are shocked to hear that the ransom is reduced. But he
waited another day. The next day, the messenger returned to the market and
shouted, "For kidnappers, a hundred dinars have been prepared by the merchant as
a ransom!"
The kidnappers are getting surprised. He immediately returned the child.
Out of curiosity, the kidnappers asked the merchant why he had lowered the
ransom price.
The merchant replied, "On the first day, my son was very angry and
refused to eat, did not he?" "Yes," replied the kidnapper.
"The second day my son took the food, did not he, and on the third day he
asked for food?" asked the merchant.
"Yes, that's right," said the kidnapper.
"The first day, my son can keep his honor so he refuses food from
you.That's why I redeemed him a thousand dinars.The second day, hunger makes
him forget his honor.Then he received your food.That's why I only redeem it five
hundred dinars.On the third day, when my son begs food to you, he has no honor
anymore, so I only appreciate a hundred dinars, "explained the merchant.