Walt Disneys Pinocchio and His Puppet Show Adventure by Walt Disney Company
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ISBN 13: 9780394926261
Published by Random House. Seller Rating:. About this Item: Random House. Condition: Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. The spine may show signs of wear.
Pinocchio and His Puppet Show Adventure is a Disney Wonderful World of Reading storybook based on Pinocchio. It starts out very much like the.
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Pinocchio and His Puppet Show Adventure
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It starts out very much like the animated feature, up until after Geppetto sees that the Blue Fairy brought Pinocchio to life. Instead of being on his way to school in the morning, Pinocchio is sent to buy groceries, but once in town he runs into Lampwick , who persuades Pinocchio to use the money Geppetto gave him to buy candy, as it "tastes better," and does so despite Jiminy Cricket warning him not to. When Pinocchio lies to the candy store shopkeeper that his father gave him the money for candy, his nose begins to grow. After leaving the store, Lampwick steals all the candy, and then Pinocchio lies to Jiminy about it, and his nose grows more. But after Pinocchio uses what was left of the money to buy some groceries, Foulfellow and Gideon notice him and exchange Pinocchio a phony ticket to Stromboli 's puppet show for the bag of food, with Pinocchio once again telling another lie and his nose getting even longer. After Pinocchio is refused admittance to the puppet show due to his fake ticket, Stromboli notices Pinocchio crying outside the tent, and realizing he's a living marionette without strings, invites him to be in the show. At first, Pinocchio is ecstatic, but after his long nose causes clumsiness and the audience laughs at him, Pinocchio is upset and wants to go home, but Stromboli locks him a birdcage.