Pinocchio: the tale of a puppet

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Lippincott, 1948 - Fiction - 230 pages
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The classic adventures of the mischievous puppet who, when he learned to be truly unselfish, was turned into a little boy.

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Pinocchio By Little Rainbow Books (1994) I liked Pinocchio published by Little Rainbow Books for three reasons. First, I liked the significance of the little, blue fairy. The fairy gave life to the ... Read full review


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What most readers know of Pinocchio is a wooden puppet whose nose grows from telling lies. This episode—longer than a picture book but shorter than the original tale—is one small chapter in the ... Read full review


CHAPTER ONE How it came to pass that Master
CHAPTER THREE Geppetto having returned
CHAPTER FOUR The story of Pinocchio and

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