THE SLEEPING BEAUTY

Sleeping Beauty
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TWO OF THE

little pig.

teased

their hardsticks.

working brother for building a house of sturdy brick while they got by with st ra wand But the hungry almost,

old wolf had the last laugh-

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THE T<HREE LITTLE -PIGS

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THERE
AM}

ONCE L.IVEDA GOqo KING AND

A GENTLE QUEEN WHO RUL.ED A RICH

T1£

HAPPY LAND. EVERYWHERE THERE WAS I.AUGHTER AND SONG AMONG THE PEOPLE. BUT IN THf PALACE, THEM: WAS ALSO II 81T OF SORROW.

BECAUSE.

KING AND QUEEN WERE SOMEWHAT $AD THEY HAD NO CHILDREN.

THEM. TENOE" AS THE Do\WN

A

lollY QIRL WAS ecmN TO

AND If!IGHT AS DAY. SHE W4S THE MOST IEAUTIFUL. IWI'r IN AU. 1lE L.AND•

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GIFTS FOR THE SEVEN FAIRIES, THE KING OROEREO SEVEN GOI..D SlL.VERWARE CASES MADE FOR THE FEAST AFTER THE CHRISTtNING.

MY GIFT IS GRACE. __A MANNER

SWEET. YOU WILL MAKE HAPPY ALL YOU MEH.

J GIVE YOU DEATH! BERlAE YOU FULL GROWN, A SPINDU: W1LL THROUGH YOUR FINGER AND YOU WILL DIE/

f!l§h.....:! DIE.

! CANNOTCHANGE THE CURSE ENnREL'(, BUT THE PRINCESSWILL. NOr

DEAR LlnLE PRINCESS, YOU WILL INDEED PIERCE YOUR HAND WITH A SPINDlE. BUT INSTEAD OF DYING, 'fOU WILL FALL INTO A DEEP, DEEP SLEEP. YOU WILL S!..E.EP FUR A HUNDRED '(EARS.

E YEAHS PASS£O. THE PRINCESS GREW TO BE AS LOVELY AS 11-iE GOOD FAIRIES PROMISED. SHE COULO SING AND DANCE AND PLAY SWEET MVSlC. HOWEVER, THERE WERE TIMES SHE WAS LONELY.

WHY, I'M SPINNING, MY PRETTY. SPINNING THREAD TO MAKE CLOTH. HAVE YOU NEVER SEEN A WHEEl.. BEFORE r

WHEN THE PRiNCESS AWAKENS, SHE MUST NOT FEEL STRANGE IN THE WORLD. SO I WILL SEEniAT SHE RETAiNS HER COURT-··~UST AS IT IS TODAY.

ALL WERE TOUCHED BY THE FAIRY'S MAGIC SPELL. • .THE MAIDS OF HONOR, THE LADIES-iN-WAITING, THE GENTLEMEN, THE OFFICERS, THE COOKS, THE UNOERCOOKS, EVEN THE HOflSES AND THE CATS AND THE DOGS. ALL WERE PUT TO SLEEP.

HE HUNDRED YEARS WENT BYSLDWLY, THE KING AND QUEEN PASSED AWAY.. ,WARS WERE FOUGHT",A NEW FAMILY CAME TOnE: ~E

NO, YOUNG SIR THOSE: WHO HAVE GONE HAVE NEVER COME BACK. DON'T! YOU MAY BE
HURT.

TileReol Princess
BY

Hans Christian Andersen
BE SURE TO KEEP WARM, SON .

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HERE WAS ONCE A

WHO WANTED VERY MUCH

THE FOUR CORNERS

I SHALL SEARCH

MARRY. BUT HE DIDN'T TO MARRY JUST ANYBODY. SO HE SET OUT ON A LONG ~OURNEY 10 FINO THE R GIRL •.•

OF THE EARTH
UNTIL I FINO HER.

DON'T GET YOUR FEET WET, AND
BE VERY CAREFUL. WHAT

YOU EAt

WELL, J'M VERY GLAD "It) HEAR THAT. I'M CERTAIN YOU
ARE NOT A REAL

PRINCESS!

SADL'I; THE YOUNG PRINCE
RETURNED TO HIS HOME

WITlIOUT A REAL PRINCESS TO MARRY.

WE SHALL SEE IF" SHE IS TELLING THE TRUTH. COME WITH ME YOU SHALL SLEEP HERE TONIGHT

THE PRINCESS WENT TO CHANGE HER WET CLOTHES, THE QUEEN AND HER MAIO PREPARED A BED FOR HER.

SHE IS AREAL PRINCESS.! NO ONE BUT A REAL PRINCESS COULD FEEL A PEA UNDER TWENTY MATTRESSES AND TWENTY ClJILTS. NOW,SON, ASK HER TO MARRY 'YOU,

SI MPLE SIMON
• Simple Sirrronmm plemon, gOi ng 10the fa if; Soys Simp!! 51moo III Ihe pien,on. hi me to~1I)yUUf

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Soys lhe pleioon 10Simple Slmon,·Shaw IT\I! IlrSI yoor llt!iftlJ' Says Simple 51monl0 the pieman,'lndi:ed I hol'en~t or./

He w~n! 10 catch a dickey bird, and IhOtJqhlhe could nallail, Bt~llJse he go!a little 501t, 10 pu I upon his tail.
1\ bra~h

Hewenllo loke a blrd'sn~sti 'I...es buill upon Q bough; ~Ol'!! VrQy Qnd 5i men IeII Into Q dirty slnuqh,

Simple Sim:m 'lll!nt a·lishi~g fur to calch a w~ale; All the woter he bod got ViDS in hls mother's pail.

Simp Ie 51mon went to look if plums qrp.w on a IMlstl~; He pricKed his fingers ver'1 much, which mode poor 5i men
whistle.

He IIItnl tor water in a sim,

hut

soon it 011ron

through;

And now poor 51mole Simon "id, you a II ed ieu

THERE AR~ rwc KINDS 01" CAMELS. THEY ARE THE ARABIAN CAMEL. WHICH HAS ONE HUMp, ANDTHE IIACTRtAN CAMEL WHICH HAS TWO HUMPS,

THE HUMPS OF' THE ~~ CAMEL ARE 1"1LLED WITH CELlS UKE A HONEYCOMB TH:E:SEi: I

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STORE lliE FOOD AND
WATER HE EATS AND DRINKS UNTIL HE NEEDS THEM. AFTER A LONG JOURNEY, HIS HUMPS ALMOST _. DISAPPEAR UNrrL HE _" _ "'?> FILLS THEM AGAIN WITH FOOD AND WATai.

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CAMEL IS CALLED THE "SHII> Of THE OE5ERr~ IT

IS lliE ONI..YANIMAL

THAT CAN CARRY MAN OVER Pl..ACES WH'ERE WATER CANNOT atfOIJND.

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SO
USEFUL ARE CAMEi:LS THAT THEY EVEN USED B'1' SOLDIERS WHO FIGHT I,N THE DESERT. WITH THEIR LONIG UNGAINLY LEGS CAMELS CAN MOVE' VERY RAPIDLY,
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