The Adventures of Pinocchio: by C. Collodi
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Why I loved the book, "THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO" by C. Collodi.
By Adin Moran
Why I Loved The Book, "THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO" By C. Collodi
One of the main reasons I loved this children's book is that it is fiction. I enjoy a good book filled with adventure like PETER PAN, MOBY DICK, and THE BLACK BEAUTY. "I WANT TO BE A REAL BOY." ~ Pinocchio
This story is about a puppet carved from wood who wanted to be a real boy. Pinocchio just wanted to go to school and be a good boy for his dad. Instead he sold his book to get pennies to go to a puppet show where he was captured by the fire eater. Once he talked his way out of being burned as fire wood, he was given four gold coins to buy his father a coat. He was then tricked by a cat and wolf to bury the coins to grow a gold coin tree. Guess what? The tree didn't grow and the coins were stolen. As he chased after the thieves, he was caught in a hunter's trap. A fairy helped him out. He tried to return to his dad, but he was gone. A bird told him he was in a storm on a boat.
His dad get swallowed by a whale! Pinocchio tried to find him, but was drowned and washed up the shore of an island. There he found the fairy and she paid for his book to go to school. He does well in school until his friend, Lapwick, asked him to go to the land of fun! you'll never guess what happened there. He turned into a donkey! After that he was sold to a circus. He wouldn't listen to the circus owner, so he tied him up and pushed him into the ocean. The ocean fish ate him and he was turned into a puppet again. Then he was swallowed by the same whale that ate his dad. Together they escaped from the whale and swam to shore. His father and his fairy were both ill. He worked every day to help them. Once they were better, Pinocchio was turned into a real boy by the fairy. He was also given 50 gold coins, a better house and his dad was made younger. "How foolish I was a puppet! And how happy I am, now that I have become a real boy!" ~ Pinocchio
I love you two Pinoccheo.
I love you Dad.
That is the story of Pinocchio.
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