Publisher: Lady Bird Books Ltd.
“Pinocchio” is a classic children’s story written by Italian author Carlo Collodi. The story revolves around the adventures of a wooden puppet named Pinocchio, who is brought to life by a fairy. Pinocchio is created by a poor, lonely woodcarver named Geppetto, who wishes for a son.
Pinocchio is very mischievous and often gets himself into trouble because he does not listen to the advice of his elders. He is tricked and misled by many characters along the way, including a sly fox and a conniving cat. He also encounters a host of other memorable characters, including a talking cricket, a giant whale, and a blue-haired fairy.
Throughout the story, Pinocchio is on a quest to become a real boy, but his journey is not an easy one. He is constantly tempted by distractions and bad influences, and he makes many mistakes along the way. Despite these setbacks, Pinocchio ultimately learns the value of honesty, hard work, and bravery, and he is finally transformed into a real boy by the fairy.
“Pinocchio” has become a beloved classic of children’s literature, with its timeless themes of morality, redemption, and the importance of being true to oneself. It has been adapted into numerous films, plays, and other media over the years, and continues to captivate audiences of all ages.