Pinnocchioby Carlo Collodi
Once in a small village there live a lonely woodcutter name Geppetto -- who always dreamed of having a little boy of his own. So one day he carved a puppet from a piece of wood and anmed him Pinocchio. When the little puppet magically comes to life it's a dream come true. Except Pinocchio turns out to be not such a nice little boy after all! In fact, Pinocchi is rather awful. He loves nothing better than playing tricks on people and getting into michief and telling lies. For Pinocchio playing and loafing is much more fun than working or studying or going to school.
But as Pinocchio discovers -- much to his dismay -- boys who spend all their time having fun earn nothing but trouble.
Meet the Author
Carlo Collodi is the pen name of Carlo Lorenzini. Born in 1826, he worked as a journalist before publishing The Adventures of Pinocchio in 1883. Translated into more than ninety languages, Pinocchio has never been out of print.
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I enjoyed reading this classic story. It was funny and eaasy to understand. I would recommend that everyone should read this book at least once.