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  • Gepetto was a carpenter. He could make anything with a hammer, a chisel, and a saw.

  • One day, he made a wooden puppet.

  • How incredible! He will be my son and I will name him Pinocchio.

  • A blue-haired fairy appeared while Gepetto was asleep.

  • Pinocchio, Gepetto is very lonely. I will bring you to life and you will talk and move like a person

  • Gepetto is very kind, I am sure you will be happy with him. There you go!

  • When Gepetto woke up the next morning he was astonished.

  • Pinocchio!!! How is it possible!

  • A fairy came last night and turned me into a boy.

  • We are a real family now and will be very happy together.

  • It is the happiest day of my life!

  • Father! I am a boy now and want to go to school and make friends!

  • Of course I will send you to school.

  • Will you buy me school books?

  • Of course you need books to go to school.

  • Gepetto went out to buy school books and a uniform and returned without his worn jacket.

  • Pinocchio, here are you books.

  • Hurray, I can go to school now! Father, have you lost you jacket?

  • No, I never put it on because it was so warm outside.

  • Are you sure?

  • Gepetto sold his jacket to buy school things for his son but he could not let Pinocchio know that.

  • The next morning Pinocchio was getting ready for school

  • and in his excitement did not even notice that a one-eyed cat appeared in the room.

  • Pinocchio! Do you know that a travelling circus has come to the village?

  • It is very famous and has a mighty lion, a huge elephant, the funniest clown and a magician who can do anything.

  • Oh, how exciting!

  • Let’s go to the circus then. We will have the best time!

  • SureBut I have to go to school. I promised!

  • The school is opened every day but the circus performs today only. It is your choice…..

  • Inevitably Pinocchio’s choice was to go to the circus with the mischievous cat.

  • What is that? Is that a talking puppet? He will be a sensation! We should catch him.

  • The Circus master told the magician to catch Pinocchio

  • Let me go. I have to go to school.

  • Why did you come here then? Mistook our tent for the school?

  • I am sorry. I am a bad boy! I lied to my father and went to the circus instead of school.

  • I will never do it again!

  • The circus master believed Pinocchio’s remorse and gave him five golden coins for his father.

  • Go, be a good boy and support your old father.

  • Pinocchio took the coins and happily ran home

  • I know what happened to Father’s jacket. Now I will buy him a better one!

  • Little did he knowThe one-eyed cat was on his way again.

  • Where were you? We were looking for you.

  • Sorry, I am running to buy a new jacket for my father.

  • The cat got the whole story from Pinocchio.

  • I will do anything to get this money. The boy is a fool.

  • Pinocchio! Have you heard of a tree that grows golden coins?

  • A tree that grows golden coins?

  • Meow! If you plant those golden coins, the tree will grow golden coins instead of green leaves!

  • Is that true?

  • Pinocchio believed every word the cat said.

  • I will dig this little hole under the tree, put my gold coins in it, some turf on top, a little water..

  • We are staying here till the coins grow anyway. What a fool! Now the coins are mine!

  • Where are you going? My gold!

  • Only now Pinocchio realized that his leg was caught in a trap,

  • the cat was running away with his gold and the whole scheme was a sham.

  • Help me, anybody, help!

  • It was getting dark, nobody was coming to help and Pinocchio was left scared and alone.

  • At that tragic moment the same blue-haired fairy reappeared in front of him.

  • What happened? Why are you crying here in the dark?

  • Dear Fairy, forgive me… I tried to be a good boyit is all the cat’s fault.

  • He trapped me here and stole my gold.

  • While he was saying this his nose began to grow.

  • My nose is growing! Why?

  • It is because you told a lie.

  • How did you know?

  • Your nose will grow bigger and bigger every time you tell a lie. That's how I know, Pinocchio.

  • Nooooooooooo! / Pinocchio was scared and ashamed, he could not even look at the Fairy.

  • It was not just the cat, I wanted to see the circus instead of going to school.

  • This time he told the truth.

  • I promise to be a good boy!

  • Pinocchio’s nose reduced to normal.

  • Now that you told the truth I will let you go to your father.

  • Thank you.

  • Pinocchio was on the way home when he ran into a friend.

  • What are you doing here?

  • Don’t you know? This is a train station to a toy village.

  • Toy village? / Pinocchio was curious and exited again.

  • It is full of toys and sweets and there are no parents to tell you off even you play the whole day.

  • Do you wanna come with me? / It sounds great! I should go with you!

  • Pinocchio joined his friend and they arrived at the toy village.

  • What an adventure! / It is so thrilling!!!

  • Pinocchio and his friend ate sweets and played the whole day, then another day, and another

  • What day is it today?

  • Who cares? Let’s keep playing! It is so much fun!

  • The day came when Pinocchio started feeling some strange changes in his body

  • Pinocchio and his Friend had been playing and wasting time for days,

  • and now they had both been transformed into donkeys.

  • Walk faster, you useless mongrels! I will sell you if you don’t work properly!

  • The toy village was actually controlled by an evil Horse Trader.

  • He lured and trapped selfish, lazy children, distracted them with sweets and toys

  • and transformed them into donkeys to sell at the market.

  • Pinocchio and his friend were driven to market to be sold as donkeys. / Please help me! It’s me, Pinocchio! I’m not a donkey at all!

  • I’m not a donkey! Please help me!

  • Silence!

  • When Pinocchio reached the market, he heard people gossiping.

  • Did you hear about that poor Gepetto? He went out to sea to look for Pinocchio.

  • Yes, and his boat sank in a storm in the middle of the sea.

  • How sad….

  • Hearing this, Pinocchio felt horrified and guilty,

  • so he threw himself into the sea to look for Gepetto or drown in the attempt.

  • As soon as Pinocchio repented his selfishness and greed he transformed back into a wooden puppet.

  • Father!!!

  • Suddenly, an enormous whale reared up out of the waves and swallowed him whole.

  • When Pinocchio opened his eyes again he found himself in a vast, gloomy space that looked like a cave.

  • He realized that he was inside the whale. Gepetto was lying there too. / Father!! Wake up!

  • Oh, Pinocchio! You are alright! Where have you been all this time, and how did you get here!?

  • Oh, Father, please forgive me! I will never leave you again!

  • I am just happy that I can see you again

  • But Father, we must find a way to get out of here!

  • Why don’t we try to tickle the whale from inside?

  • Will that work?

  • Together, they began to tickle the whale, and kept going until he couldn’t take it anymore.

  • The whale gave a giant sneeze, and a spout of water spurted from the hole in his back,

  • carrying Gepetto and Pinocchio with it.

  • What is this strange feelingFather! My hands are warm...and my heart is beating!

  • Pinocchio, my dear son! This is a miracle! You have become a real boy! Ha ha!

  • Oh Father, I am so happy!

  • The fairy had seen the courage and goodness of Pinocchio’s heart and had made him a real boy.

  • Pinocchio and Gepetto lived happily ever after together.

Gepetto was a carpenter. He could make anything with a hammer, a chisel, and a saw.

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