Category: The fairy tales

Here you can download for free 3 children's book by Carlo Collodi: http://www.liberliber.it/libri/c/collodi/index.php

Barba blue (audolibro download or listen to mp3) Charles Perrault (1697) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) There was once a man, who had princely palaces and villas, e piatterie d'oro e d'argento, luxury furniture and embroidered, carriages and all

La bella e la bestia Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (1756) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) There was once a merchant who was filthy rich. He had six sons, three males and three females; and since it was a man who knew the

This principle amato Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont (1756) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) C’era una volta un Re, which was just a decent person so, that his subjects called him the king good. One day, while in trovavasi

The Cervia in forest Anonymous (1698) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) Once there was a king and a queen who were among them along like two souls in a pit: they loved each other dearly, and were adored by their subjects; but

La gatta bianca Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy (1698) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) There was once a king who had three sons: three pieces of strong and courageous young men; and he was afraid that they wanted to put on the throne before

The bird blue Anonymous (1698) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) C’era una volta un Re, very rich in money and lands: his wife died, and he was inconsolable. For eight whole days shut in a small sitting room,

La bella dai capelli d’oro Marie-Catherine d’Aulnoy (1698) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) Once upon a time the daughter of a King, which it was so beautiful, that the world was not given the equal; and on account of this

Riquet with the Tuft (listen to or download the audio book in mp3) Charles Perrault (1697) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) There once was a Queen, which bore a son so ugly and so bad basted, as to create doubts for a while though

The Puss in Boots Charles Perrault (1697) Translation of Carlo Collodi (1875) A Mugnaio, He came to death, He left no other assets to his three sons who had, if not its mill, her ass and her cat.

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