Peter Pan và thuyền trưởng húc - Truyện cổ tích việt nam

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Goldilocks và gia đình nhà gấu | Truyện cổ tích việt nam

Goldilocks và gia đình nhà gấu | Truyện cổ tích việt nam đăng ký miễn phí : "Goldilocks and the Three Bears" and the older still "The Story of the Three Bears" are two variations of a 19th-century fairy tale. The original tale tells of a badly-behaved old woman who enters the forest home of three bachelor bears whilst they are away. She sits in their chairs, eats some of their porridge, and sleeps in one of their beds. When the bears return and discover her, she starts up, jumps from the window, and is never seen again. The other major version brings Goldilocks to the tale (replacing the old woman), and an even later version retained Goldilocks, but has the three bachelor bears transformed into Papa, Mama, and Baby Bear. What was originally a frightening oral tale became a cozy family story with only a hint of menace. The story has elicited various interpretations and has been adapted to film, opera, and other media. "The Story of the Three Bears" is one of the most popular fairy tales in the English language.[1] Plot In Southey's tale, three anthropomorphic bears – "a little, small, wee bear, a middle-sized bear, and a great, huge bear" – live together in a house in the woods. Southey describes them as very good-natured, trusting, harmless, tidy, and hospitable. Each of these "bachelor" bears has his own porridge bowl, chair, and bed. One day they make porridge for breakfast, but it's too hot to eat, so they take a walk in the woods while their porridge cools. An old woman approaches the bears' house. As she has been sent out by her family, she is a disgrace to them. She is impudent, bad, foul-mouthed, ugly, dirty, and a vagrant deserving of a stint in the House of Correction. She looks through a window, peeps through the keyhole, and lifts the latch. Assured that no one is home, she walks in. The old woman eats the Wee Bear's porridge, then settles into his chair and breaks it. Prowling about, she finds the bears' beds and falls asleep in Wee Bear's bed. The dark end of the tale is reached when the bears return. Wee Bear finds his empty bowl, his broken chair, and the old woman in his bed and cries, "Somebody has been lying in my bed, and here she is!" The old woman wakes, jumps out the window and is never seen again.

Người tí hon và người thợ đóng giầy | Truyện cổ tích việt nam

Thiên Thần Tí Hon ca Bác Thợ Đóng Giày | Truyện cổ tích việt nam đăng ký miễn phí : The Elves and the Shoemaker "The Elves and the Shoemaker" is an often copied and re-made 1806 story about a poor shoemaker who receives much-needed help from elves. The original story is the first of three fairy tales, contained as entry 39 in the German Grimm's Fairy Tales under the common title "Die Wichtelmänner". In her translation of 1884 Margaret Hunt chose The Elves as title for these three stories. The Aarne–Thompson folklore classification system categorizes the story as type 503*: Helpful Elves [2] and also as a migratory legend, type 7015. There are variations depending on the rendition of the story. A poor shoemaker and his wife need money to pay the rent. He gives away the last pair of shoes he has to a needy lady. He has leather to make one more pair of shoes. He cuts out the pieces of leather, before going to bed, so that he can sew them into a pair of shoes on the morrow. Elves come in the night and make the pair of shoes which he sells for more than his asking price the next day. He uses that money to pay the rent, buy food and more shoe leather. He feeds a poor traveler. He has just enough money to buy enough leather for two pairs of shoes. He cuts the pieces of leather for two pairs, and retires for the night. The elves come, again, that night and make two pairs of shoes with the additional leather. He gives away one pair to a needy person and sells the other pair to a referral from the first customer who is immensely satisfied. He buys leather for three and stays up to find the elves making the shoes. The shoemaker and wife make clothes for the elves the next day, but the elves are freed when given clothes, so they leave, and the shoemaker and his wife never see them again.

PETER PAN - BEDTIME STORY FOR KIDS | Full Story - Fairy Tales | Tia And Tofu Storytelling

Tofu seems bit tensed cause of some incidents in his school. He shares those incidents with Tia. Tia suggests Tofu to be brave in every situation and for this she tells him the story of "Peter Pan" and elaborates what Peter Pan has done with Captain Hook. To know this story, watch this story of Peter Pan, Wendy, John, Michael, Tinkerbell and Captain Hook. Here, we are presenting "PETER PAN - BEDTIME STORY FOR KIDS | Full Story | Tia And Tofu Storytelling" by KIDS HUT. ------------------------------------- NEW UPLOADS COLLECTION ► ------------------------------------- ✿ Voices Credit: Tulsi Kumar ツ -------------------------------------- ✿‿✿ HELLO KIDS you are enjoying "PETER PAN - BEDTIME STORY FOR KIDS | Full Story | Tia And Tofu Storytelling" by Kids Hut. -------------------------------------- ★ SUBSCRIBE us on YOUTUBE: ★ LIKE us on FACEBOOK: ★ FOLLOW us on TWITTER: ★ FOLLOW us on PINTEREST: -------------------------------------- NOW BUY, KIDS HUT’S FUN LEARNING GIFT PACK, WHICH INCLUDES DVD's OF RHYMES AND STORIES, MAGIC BOOK, COLORING BOOK, CRAYONS AND TIA-TOFU MAGNET. FOLLOW THESE LINKS: AMAZON - INFIBEAM -  SNAPDEAL - FLIPKART -

Cậu Bé Bánh Gừng | Truyện cổ tích việt nam

Cậu Bé Bánh Gừng | Truyện cổ tích việt nam đăng ký miễn phí : The Gingerbread Man (also known as The Gingerbread Boy) is a folktale about a gingerbread man's escape from various pursuers and his eventual demise between the jaws of a fox. "The Gingerbread Boy "first appeared in print in the May, 1875, issue of St. Nicholas Magazine in a cumulative tale which, like "The Little Red Hen", depends on repetitious scenes featuring an ever-growing cast of characters for its effect.[1] According to the reteller of the tale, "A girl from Maine told it to my children. It interested them so much that I thought it worth preserving. I asked where she found it and she said an old lady told it to her in her childhood."[2] 1875 story In the 1875 St. Nicholas tale, a childless old woman bakes a gingerbread man who leaps from her oven and runs away. The woman and her husband give chase but fail to catch him. The Gingerbread man then outruns several farm workers and farm animals while taunting them with the phrase: I've run away from a little old woman, A little old man, And I can run away from you, I can! The tale ends with a fox catching and eating the gingerbread man who cries as he's devoured, "I'm quarter gone...I'm half gone...I'm three-quarters gone...I'm all gone!"[3] Variations on the 1875 story The Gingerbread Man remains a common subject for American children's literature into the 21st century. The retellings often omit the original ending ("I'm quarter gone...I'm half gone...I'm three-quarters gone...I'm all gone!")[1] and make other changes. In some variations, the fox feigns deafness, drawing the Gingerbread Man closer and closer. Then the fox snatches and devours him. In other versions, the Gingerbread Man halts in his flight at a riverbank, and after accepting the fox's offer to ferry him across, is convinced by the fox to move ever-forward toward the fox's mouth. In some retellings, the Gingerbread Man taunts his pursuers with the famous line: Run, run as fast as you can! You can't catch me. I'm the Gingerbread Man!


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Peter Pan là một nhân vật hư cấu của nhà văn J. M Barrie , xuất hiện trong nhiều tác phẩm của hãng Hoạt hình danh tiếng Walt Disney . Peter Pan mang hình hài của một thiếu niên 15-16 tuổi biết bay, luôn muốn vui chơi và hưởng thụ cuộc sống, chính vì thế cậu luôn tìm cách chối bỏ "sự trưởng thành" và mãi mãi không chịu lớn lên. Cậu sống ở vùng đất Neverland thần tiên cùng các "Lost boys" - Những cậu bé đi lạc và cô tiên Tinkerbell. Tuy nhiên cuộc sống ở đâu cũng vậy, xung quanh Peter không chỉ có bè bạn mà còn có những kẻ luôn thù ghét và tìm cách hãm hại cậu. Thuyền trưởng Hook - một gã cướp biển đáng sợ với 1 cánh tay là chiếc móc câu bằng sắt chính là kẻ thù truyền kiếp của Peter Pan. Hook hận Peter như vậy là vì một bàn tay của hắn đã bị Peter chặt đứt trong một lần giao chiến trước đây.Cùng tên thuộc hạ thân cận Smee, mục tiêu của Hook là đuổi bắt cho bằng được Peter Pan, mà nguyên nhân sâu xa được hé mở là do hắn ghen tị với những vui vẻ mà Peter Pan và The lost boys có được ở độ tuổi trẻ con.

Peter Pan sau những chuyến vui chơi đã vô tình quen biết Wendy - một cô bé đáng yêu sống ở London. Cậu có cảm tình đặc biệt với Wendy và mời cô bé đến Neverland cùng sống với mình. Cả hai trải qua nhiều chuyện và chính Wendy đã mở cho Peter Pan thấy một thế giới mà cậu chưa từng dám đặt chân vào. Peter pan sợ sự trưởng thành, sợ phải trở thành 1 người đàn ông. Vì thế cậu đã chọn cách trốn tránh để làm 1 cậu bé suốt đời, nhưng tình cảm dành cho Wendy đã khiến suy nghĩ của Peter thay đổi.

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