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石头汤的故事（供稿: Franca 翻译:绿野仙踪) (待读) 1 绿野仙踪 字2929 2008-04-25 20:47:22
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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Once upon a time, there was a little princess. She was named “Snow White” because her skin was as white as snow. Her mother died when she was very young.
The lonely king married again. The new queen was beautiful but very jealous of the lovely princess. And as the years passed, Snow White grew even prettier.
The queen had a magical mirror. Everyday, she looked into the mirror and asked: “Magic mirror, who is the prettiest one of all?” The mirror always replied that the queen was prettiest of them all. She was very happy and proud.
But finally came a day when the mirror replied: “ Snow White is the prettiest one in the world.” The queen’s face turned pale with anger.
“Take the princess into the forest and kill her!” The queen ordered her huntsman.
The kind huntsman had to obey. He took Snow White to the forest but couldn’t kill the innocent princess. He told Snow White about the queen’s plan and asked her to run away.
Snow White walked alone in the forest with fright. The woodland animals led the way for her to safety. Before dark, she saw a tiny cottage.
“I have a place to sleep tonight.” She thought to herself as she peeked inside the tiny cottage.
There seemed to be no one at home. Snow white saw a pile of dirty dishes in the sink and everything was covered with dust. There were seven tiny chairs, which indicated that seven little children must live in the cottage.
Snow White entered the cottage with the animals and they cleaned the cottage together.
Upstairs Snow White found seven little beds in a row. She was so tired and fell asleep on the bed.
Meanwhile, seven little men came back. They were surprised to find the whole place clean and tidy.
“Listen! Somebody’s snoring!” said one of the dwarfs.On timid tiptoe, they all went upstairs and saw the sleeping Snow White.
“Why, it’s a girl!” the dwarfs cried.
Snow White woke up. She smiled at the dwarfs and greeted them. That evening the seven dwarfs had the tastiest dinner. They were very content to have Snow White live with them.
Back at the castle, the Queen asked the mirror: “Magic mirror, now who is the prettiest one of all?”
“In the cottage with seven dwarfs, Snow White is the prettiest of all.” The mirror replied.
The queen realized that Snow White was still alive. She decided to go to the cottage herself to kill Snow White. First, the Queen made some poisoned apples. Then she disguised herself as an ugly peddler woman. With only one bite of the apple, Snow White would die.
The next morning, the queen found the cottage and hid in the trees until the dwarfs left for work. When Snow White saw an old peddler standing outside of her window with a basket of apples, she opened the door.
“Sweet apples for a sweet girl. Would you like to try one?” asked the wicked queen in disguise.
“Of course. Thank you.” Snow White took the poisoned apple and bit into it. Instantly she fell down on the ground.
Some birds and animals saw this. They went into the woods and found the seven dwarfs. The dwarfs realized that Snow White must be in danger. They rushed home franticly.
But it was too late. They came just in time to see the queen slipping away. They chased her until she plunged off a cliff and died.
The seven dwarfs were heartbroken. They built Snow White a bed of glass and watched over her night and day.
One day, a prince from a nearby kingdom rode through the forest and saw the sleeping Snow White. He fell in love with her at first sight. He knelt down and kissed her.
Suddenly Snow White woke up! The spell was broken at the touch of her true love!
Snow White thanked the seven dwarfs for all they had done for her and kissed them goodbye. Together, Snow White and the prince rode back to his castle and lived happily ever after.
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The Story of Stone Soup
Once upon a time, there was a great famine and people took whatever food they could find and hide it even from their friends and neighbours.
One day a wandering soldier came into a village and began asking questions as if he planned to stay for the night.
"There's not a bite to eat in the whole village," he was told. "Better keep moving on."
"Oh, I have everything I need," he said. "In fact, I was thinking of making some stone soup to share with all of you." He pulled an iron cauldron from his wagon, filled it with water, and built a fire under it. Then, he took an ordinary-looking stone from a velvet bag and dropped it into the water.
By now, hearing the rumour of food, most of the villagers came to see. The soldier sniffed the "broth" and licked his lips "Ahh," the soldier said to himself rather loudly, "I do like a tasty stone soup. Of course, stone soup with cabbage – would be better."
Soon a villager approached holding a cabbage he'd retrieved from its hiding place, and added it to the pot. "Excellent!" cried the soldier. "You know, I once had stone soup with cabbage and potatoes and it was fit for a king." Another villager went to her hiding spot and returned with potatoes.
"And I have some carrots, which will add color!" said another villager. Others brought onions and mushrooms until there was indeed a delicious meal for all.
The villagers offered the soldier a great deal of money for the magic stone, but he refused to sell it and traveled on the next day. The moral of the story is that by working together, with everyone contributing what they can, a greater good is achieved.
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A door was opened in the dark. Something round and red flew in with a beam of light.
“Wow, a juicy steak!” Ryan stretched out his hands. His mouth was watering.
“Pa!” The steak landed on Ryan’s face.
Ryan took a bite and thought, “This steak is too tough.”
“Hey, buddy! Why are you eating paper? This is a letter! ” Rabbit Cindy jumped in from outside the window and rescued the letter out of Ryan’s mouth.
Ryan woke up with empty stomach and sniffed. There was no smell of steak only the light scent of rosin.
“Dearest Cindy, thank you for waking me up from my steak dream,” said Ryan getting up from his bed. “I’m so starving though. I could eat a whole rabbit. Sorry, I mean, a whole French cow.”
Cindy glanced at Ryan and passed him the letter. Ryan’s eyes sparkled as he was reading the letter.
“It’s from Molly! She has moved to a small island and is inviting me to visit her!” said Ryan as he threw the letter and spun around the room in delight. “You remember Molly, don’t you? We all competed in the race. The tortoise beat you and Molly the squirrel beat me.”
“Yeah, the slow tortoise won because I fell asleep. But you…did you fall in love with the little squirrel?”
“Well, I have to admit.” Ryan shrugged. “I followed Molly because I admired her long furry tail. Lions do not have such beautiful tails, you know.”
“Neither do rabbits.” Cindy added.
“It doesn’t matter. You must come with me anyway.” said Ryan, “Let’s pack our things and leave first thing in the morning.”
“Wait a minute,” Cindy said as picked up the letter and read it carefully, “It sounds as though the island is far away from here and there is a big river in between.”
“Are you a sea lion?” asked Cindy.
“Then I think we will need a boat and two life jackets.” Cindy told Ryan.
(to be continue)