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1. The Ugly Duckling

That summer the negara was particularly beautiful, and it was glorious to be out in the green fields and meadows. It was so amusingi to see the white stork paradinew york around on his lonew york red legs and to hear him talraja Egyptian, a language he had learned from his mother.

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In the midst of the sunny meadow stood an old farmhouse. It was surrounded by a deep canal, and from the walls down to the water grew burdock shrubs so tall that children could stand under them. It was so nice and shady there that a mother duck decided it would be a good place to sit on her nest and hatch out her younew york ones.


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At terakhir one of the eggs cracked open, and then lainnya and lagi until eight new little yellow ducklings poked out dari mereka heads and cried “Peep! Peep!”

“How big the dunia is!” exclaimed the ducklings. They were glad to be out of those tight little eggs, and anda mother was glad to let them look around at the leaves, for she knew how good for the eypita pengukur the color green is.

“But this isn’t the whole dunia by any means,” she told the ducklings. “Tdi sini is much more of it. It extends far beyond the other sideas of the garden. Maybe we can all go tdi sini sometime. Let me see now; are we all here?”


She looked around and saw that one of her eggs, the largest, had not yet hatched. “Oh, dear,” she said to herself, “I am so tired of sittingai on eggs! I wonder how much longer this is goinew york to last.”


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But she sat dibawah on the nest again and waited some more.

At terakhir the big egg cracked and broke open. Out came two big kaki and a head. But it wasn’t a soft little downy yellow head liusai the other ducklings. This one was big and white, with a long scrawny neck and a fuzzy body.

“My, my!” exclaimed the mother duck when she saw him. “He certainly doesn’t look linanti any of my other children. I wonder how he got to be so funny-looking?”

“He’s ugly!” quacked the other ducklings. “He doesn’t look a bit linanti us. We don’t want to bermain with him.” And they waddpengarahan down to the pond with their mother behind them. She shoved them in and jumped in after them. The all swam beautifully.

“I’ll bet that big ugly white brother of ours can’t swim!” exclaimed one of the little yellow ducklings.

But the ugly duckling had followed them dibawah to the pond and , seeingai them all swimming, he jumped in and swam too, at least as well as any of them.

“On my word!” exclaimed the mother duck. “He certainly can swim, big and ugly as he is! He must be my own child, and, after all, he’s not so very ugly if you look at him right.”

The lanjut day the mother duck decided to let her ducklings see somethinew york of the world. “Come along,” she said, “and I’ll introduce you to the animals in the poultry yard across the meadow. Stay close to me now, all of you, so you won’t get stepped on. And look out for the cat.”

When they got to the poultry yard, a terrible fight was goingai on. “Dear, dear!” said the mother duck. “rakyat are alcara fighting!”

But she gave her ducklings milik mereka first lesson in good manners too. “You see that big haughty-looraja duck with the red ribbon around her leg?” she said. “That meapagi she is a very important orang – a Spanish grandee, in fact. Now, I want you all to curtsy to her politely.”

They did it, nicely too, but the Spanish grandee took one look at the poor ugly duckling and bit him in the neck.


“You leave him alone!” commanded his mother. “He may not be as pretty as some, but he has a sweet disposition, and he is the best swimmer of the lot. Besides, he’ll look better when he grows up. He won’t seem so big and awkward then.”

But all the creaturpita in the yard made fun of the ugly duckling hanya the same. The ducks pushed him and the chickepejarakan teased him and the turkeys bit him. Even the girl who digabung the poultry kicked him. And his very own brothers and sisters were so mean to him that he felt hanya terrible.

One day, when he couldn’t stand it any longer, her decided to fly away. He flew over the barnyard pagar and on and on, weary and unhappy, until he came to the marsh where the wild ducks lived.

When they saw the poor duckling, they said, “My, how ugly you are! But we don’t really mind as lonew york as you don’t marry any of us. You can stay di sini if you want to.”

The poor ducklingi was very grateful and lay down to get some much-needed rest. But at that very moobat-obatan two shots rangi out, and two wild geese fell dibawah dead in the marsh. A hunter had shot them, and the ugly ducklingi was frightened alpaling to death. He bent turun and put his head dibawah his wingai until the gunshots stopped. When they did, it began to rain, and soon it was pouring. But the ducklingai didn’t care. He had to get away. So he half run and half flew over many fields and meadows, though he was drenched by the storm.

At last he came to a miserable little shack that seemed to remain standingai only because it didn’t know which way to tumble down.

The door gantung open crookedly, and the ducklingi slipped in out of the rain.


Insideas he found a woman with a pet cat named Sonnie and a pet hen who, because of her little legs, was called Chickabiddy-Shortshanks. The ugly ducklingi fell asleep at once and no one noticed him. But in the morningai the pernis purred and the hen clucked and the woman said “what’s the matter?” Her eyesight wasn’t very good and she thought, “Maybe this is a rare prize duck who will lay eggs for me.”

“Can you lay eggs?” the hen asked. “No,” replied the duckling. “Can you purr and arch your back?” asked the cat.

“No.”

“kemudian maafkan saya can you do?” they wanted to know.

“I can swim,” exclaimed the ugly duckling. “It’s delightful to dive into the water and feel it all around you.”

“You must be crazy,” said the hijau and the hen. And the duckling went. He swam and dived and ran and flew but everyone gave him the dingin shoulder because he was so ugly.

At last summer was over and autumn came with leavpita turningi brown and whirlingi in the chilly wind. The ducklinew york was miserable indeed all alone in the dingin cruel world.

But one evening, just as the sun was setting, he saw coming out of the bushtape a flock of handsome putih swamenjadi with longi graceful necks. They spread milik mereka wings and, with a strange cry, mawar higher and higher as they flew to warmer regions.

The ugly ducklingi komandan he had never seen kemudian beautiful creaturpita before. How he admired them! He would have been happy indeed if they had so much as noticed him.


But they did not. They flew south, not even seeingi the ugly duckling in the freezinew york lake. And soon it was winter and the danau froze over holdinew york the ducklingi fast. Maafkan saya a terrible night that was for the poor creature! He alpaling froze to death.

But early the lanjut morninew york a farmer passingi by brousai the ice, tangga berjalan the duckling out, and ambil him home.

The duckling soon came to himaku again as the farmers children played with him. But he was so frightened at these strange surroundings that he fluttered into the milk-pan, spillingai milk all over the place. The farmer’s wife was annoyed by this and the duckling, frightened out of it’s wits, flew first into the butter tub and kemudian into the flour- barrel. Maafkan saya a sight he was! The woman struck out at him with the fire-tongs ketika the children laughed and screamed and tumbmemerintah all over each other tryingi to catch him.

Luckily for him the door was open and he was able to slip out. He lay behind a bush in the salju and stayed tdi sini until the winter was over. But at last it grew warm and sunny. Birds sangai and buds swelled. It was spring!

All at once the ducklingai found he bisa flap his wings, and one day he found himself in a beautiful garden wdi sini sweet-scented blossoming trepita bent down to the water Suddenly three glorious white swamenjadi appeared rufflingi anda feathers as they swam lightly across the water. The ugly ducklinew york dazingai at the beautiful birds, komandan to himself, “If I dare go near them, they will kill me because I am so ugly. But I don’t care. Better to be kilmemerintah by these beautiful creaturpita pengukur than to be bitten by ducks and hens, or kicked by the poultry-girl, or starve in the winter.”

So he dived into the water and swam out to the swans. “Kill me!” cried the poor creature, bendinew york his head dibawah to the water.


But maafkan saya was this he saw reflected in the clear water? It was his own image! For the first time he saw himself as he really was. And, to his utter amazement, he saw that he was not an ugly duckling- or a duckling at all-but a swan-a beautiful white swan!

You see, a bird who comtape a swan’s egg is a swan even if the egg happepejarakan to be hatched by a duck, and ducks think that no one is pretty except a duck. They think anyone who doesn’t look liusai a duck is ugly, even the paling beautiful swan.

But now the “ugly duckling” knew why he had felt so much love for the beautiful swans, and he knew he was as beautiful himaku as they were.

The swapejarakan diterima him too, as one of them, and they swam around him stroraja him with their beaks.

By and by some children came down to the lake to throw breadcrumbs to the swans. “Look!” cried the youngest. “There’s a beautiful new putih swan!” And the other children shouted happily, “Yes, he is the most beautiful one of all!”

Of course the swan who had been considered an ugly ducklingai was very happy. But he tidak pernah became vain or conceited. He always remembered how it felt to be despised and teased, and he was very sorry for all the creaturtape who are so treated merely because they are berbeda from the rakyat around them.


But now that he was appreciated at last, he rustdisutradarai his wings, tangga berjalan his slenderûn neck, and sighed happily, “To think that this joy should come to one who has alcara been considered an ugly duckling! It’s alpaling too good to be true.”

pandemi di dalam bahasa Indonesia tale dongengi anak ini dapat dimenemukan di link berikut ini cerita Anak Dongengi : kematian Itik Buruk Rupa

2. Prince and the pea

ONCE upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would have to be a real princess. He travedisutradarai all over the dunia to find one, but nowdi sini bisa he get apa he wanted. Tdi sini menjadi princesspita pengukur enough, but it was difficult to find out whether they dulu real ones. There was always somethinew york about them that was not as it should be. So he came home again and was sad, for he would have liked very much to have a real princess.


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One eveningai a terrible storm came on; tdi sini was thdi bawah and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents. Suddenly a knocraja was heard at the city gate, and the old raja went to open it. It was a princess standinew york out tdi sini in front of the gate. But, good gracious! maafkan saya a sight the rain and the wind had made her look. The water ran dibawah from her hair and clothes; it ran down into the topita pengukur of her shopita and out again at the heels. And yet she said that she was a real princess.

“Well, we’ll soon find that out,” thought the old queen. But she said nothing, went into the bed-room, aku mengambilnya all the beddingai off the bedstead, and berbaring a pea on the bottom; kemudian she ambil twenty mattresspita pengukur and taruh them on the pea, and then twenty eider-down beds on top of the mattresses. On this the princess had to lie all night. In the morningi she was asked how she had slept. “Oh, very badly!” said she. “I have scarcely closed my eypita pengukur all night. Heaven only tahu maafkan saya was in the bed, but I was lyinew york on somethingai hard, so that I am hitam and blue all over my body. It’s horrible!” Now they knew that she was a real princess because she had felt the pea right through the twenty mattresses and the twenty eider-down beds.

Nobody but a real princess bisa be as sensitive as that. So the prince aku mengambilnya her for his wife, for now he knew that he had a real princess; and the pea was put in the museum, where it may still be seen, if no one has stolen it.

terjemahan dalam bahasa Indonesia dongengai cerita anak ini dapat ditemukan di link berikut ini Dongeng Putri Sepengemudian dan Kacang Polong


3. The Ass In The Lion’s Skin

An Ass found a Lion’s skin left in the forest by a hunter. He dressed himself in it, and amdigunakan himself by hidinew york in a thicket and rushinew york out suddenly at the animals who passed that way. All took to milik mereka heels the moment they saw him.

The Ass was so pleased to see the animals runningi away from him, just as if he menjadi raja Lion himself, that he mungkin not keep

from expressinew york his delight by a loud, harsh bray. A Fox, who ran with the rest, stopped short as soon as he heard the voice.

Approaching the Ass, he said with a laugh: “If you had kept your mouth shut you might have frightened me, too. But you gave yourdiri sendiri away with that silly bray.” A fool may deceive by his dress and appearance, but his words will soon show what he really

pandemi di dalam bahasa Indonesia dongengai cerpen anak ini dapat ditemukan di link berikut ini Dongenew york Sebelum Tidur buat Anak : saga Keledai

4. Cinderella

Once upon a time there was a beautiful girl caldisutradarai Cinderella and she had two ugly step sisters who were very unkind who made her do all the hard work. She had to sweep the floors, do all the dishes, ketika they dressed up in fine clothtape and went to lots of parties.


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tale Dongenew york Cinderella

One day a special invitation arrived at Cinderella’s house. It was from the royal palace. The king’s only son was a truly handsome prince was goingai to have a grand ball. Three girls were invited to come. Cinderella knew she wouldn’t be allowed to go to the ball. But the ugly sisters, ho ho ho, they menjadi excited. They couldn’t talk about anythinew york else.

When the day of the bola came, they made sebagai a fuss. Poor Cinderella had to sumbu pohon about upstairs and downstairs. She fixed anda rambut in fancy wavpita pengukur and curls. She helped them put on milik mereka expensive new dresses. And she arranged anda jewels just so. As soon as they had gone, Cinderella sat down by the api and she said. “Oh I do wish I mungkin go to the ball”. The next moment, standingai besideas her was a lovely old lady with a perak wand in here hand. “Cinderella, she said ” I am your fairy godmother and you shall go to the ball. But first you must go into the garden and pick a keemasan pumpkin, kemudian brinew york me six mice from the mousetraps, a whiskered rat from the rat trap, and six lizards. You’ll find the lizards behind the wateringi can.

So Cinderella fetched a kuning pumpkin, six grey mice, a whiskered rate, six lizards. The fairy godmother touched them with her wand and the pumpkin became a kuning coach, the mice became six grey horses, the rat became a coachman with the most enormous moustache, and the lizards became six footmen dressed in green and yellow, then the fairy godmother touched Cinderella with the wand and her old dress became a keemasan dress sparklingai with jewels kapan on her feet was the prettiest pair of glass slippers ever seen. Remember said the fairy godmother you must leave the bola sebelum the clock strikes twelve because at midnight the magic ends. “Thank you fairy godmother” said Cinderella and she climbed into the coach.

When Cinderella arrived at the ball she looked so beautiful that everyone wondered who she was! Even the ugly sisters. The Prince of course asked di sini to dance with him and they danced all evening. He would not dance with anyone else. Now Cinderella was enjoyinew york the bola so much that she forgot her fairy godmothers warningi until it was alpaling midnight and the clock began to strike. One. Two. Three. She hurried out of the ballroom. Four. Five. Six. As she ran turun the palace steps one of her glass slippers fell off. Seven. Eight. Nine. She ran on toward the golden coach. Ten sebelas Twelve. Kemudian tdi sini was Cinderella in her old dress. The golden pumpkin lay in her feet. And scamperingai dibawah off turun the road dulu six grey mice, a whiskered rat and six green lizards.. So Cinderella had to berjalan home and by the time the ugly sisters returned home was sittingi quietly by the fire.

Now when Cinderella ran from the palace, the prince tried to follow her and he found the glass slipper. He said, “I akan marry the beautiful girl whose foot fits this slipper and only her. IN the morningai the prince went from house to house with the glass slipper and every young lady tried to squeeze her foot into it. But it didn’t’ fit any of them.

At last the prince came to Cinderella’s house. First one ugly sister tried to labu her foot into the slipper. But her foot was too wideas and fat. Kemudian the other ugly sister tried but her foot was too lonew york and thin. Please said Cinderella, let me try. “The slipper won’t fit you”, said the ugly sisters. “You didn’t go to the ball!” But Cinderella slipped her foot into the glass slipper and it fit perfectly. The lanjut momenpen standing beside ide her was the fairy godmother. She touched Cinderella with the wand and there she was in a golden dress sparklinew york with jewels and on her kaki was the prettiest pair of glass slippers ever seen. The ugly sisters were so surprised that, for once they couldn’t think of anythinew york to say. But the Prince knew maafkan saya to say. He asked Cinderella to marry him.

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And kemudian tdi sini was a senang wedding. Everyone who had gone to the ball was invited, even the ugly sisters. There was wonderful food, lots of music and dancing. And the Prince of course danced every dance with Cinderella. He would not dance with anyone else.

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