Pinocchio cover


Carlo Collodi (1826-1890)

1. The Piece of Wood That Laughed and Cried Like a Child
2. Master Cherry Gives the Wood Away
3. Geppetto Names His Puppet Pinocchio
4. The Talking-Cricket Scolds Pinocchio
5. The Flying Egg
6. Pinocchio's Feet Burn to Cinders
7. Geppetto Gives His Own Breakfast to Pinocchio
8. Geppetto Makes Pinocchio New Feet
9. Pinocchio Goes To See a Puppet-Show
10. The Puppets Recognize Their Brother Pinocchio
11. Fire-Eater Sneezes and Pardons Pinocchio
12. Pinocchio Receives a Present of Five Gold Pieces
13. The Inn of the Red Craw-Fish
14. Pinocchio Falls Among Assassins
15. The Assassins Hang Pinocchio to the Big Oak
16. The Beautiful Child Rescues the Puppet
17. Pinocchio Will Not Take His Medicine
18. Pinocchio Again Meets the Fox and the Cat
19. Pinocchio Is Robbed of His Money
20. Pinocchio Starts Back to the Fairy's House
21. Pinocchio Acts as Watch-dog
22. Pinocchio Discovers the Robbers
23. Pinocchio Flies to the Seashore
24. Pinocchio Finds the Fairy Again
25. Pinocchio Promises the Fairy To Be Good
26. The Terrible Dog-Fish
27. Pinocchio Is Arrested by the Gendarmes
28. Pinocchio Escapes Being Fried Like a Fish
29. He Returns to the Fairy's House
30. The "Land of Boobies"
31. Pinocchio Enjoys Five Months of Happiness
32. Pinocchio Turns Into a Donkey
33. Pinocchio Is Trained for the Circus
34. Pinocchio Is Swallowed by the Dog-Fish
35. A Happy Surprise for Pinocchio
36. Pinocchio at Last Ceases to Be a Puppet and Becomes a Boy

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This is the wonderful story of Pinocchio, the puppet who must learn many lessons before he can become a real boy. Carved by a woodcarver named Geppetto in a small Italian village, he dreamed of becoming a real boy but strays from the path of goodness many times and is very willing to listen to temptation. He has also been used as a character who is prone to telling lies and fabricating stories for various reasons. The story has appeared in many adaptations in other mediums. Pinocchio has been called an icon of modern culture, and one of most reimagined characters in the pantheon of children's literature. Listen to his many adventures, scrapes, misdeeds and pranks followed by bouts of sincere repentance and remorse. But these last only until the next enticing adventure or misdeed presents itself. Of course he does finally learn his lesson and does become a real boy when finally understanding that love and duty come first before pleasure and play.