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Stay here kids. We are going to chop some wood and we will be back to get you as dusk, okay?
Let's go Gretel, They really left us.. Its night now and the moon light is going to shine our rocks. lets get home.
The family the next day set out for the woods to go "chop lumber" for the mill, and as they walked Hansel drooped rock by rock to line the way home.
The children sat down in the woods and waited while their parents chopped the wood for the mill. Hansel and Gretel's father tied a log to a tree and the wind slammed it to the tree to make it sound like he is cutting the trees. As time passed they soon realized that there father was not coming to get them.
Hello little childrens, Please come in and eat. Plenty of candy and food for everyone!
Hansel and Gretel made it back home that morning. They supersized their evil step mother and father with there return. They lived again together as a family until they ran out of food again and decided to leave the kids deeper in the woods and no chance to leave rocks to find there way home. They were lost for three days in the woods before they stumbled acorsst a house made of food that Hansel and his sister began to eat on. It was a witches home and which she invited them into her home to eat.
The witch locked Hansel into a shed and forced Gretel to make him food daily to plump him up so hes big enough to eat. The witch was blind and was folled by Hansel, He kept putting a bone out for the witch to see if he was plumped up to eat. She eventually got annoyed by this foolishness and told Gretel to get the oven warming to cook Gretel and Hansel, Gretle then tricked the witch to get into the oven and she locked her in and cooked her of a slow death.
The children found the way back home, they arrived with goods from the witches home. They had jewels and coins, they became rich! The money problem was solved they could live at home again! But then they soon learned that there evil step mother was dead and there father had been living alone and sad hoping for the return of his children. Hansel and Gretel lived happy ever after.
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