Oggi recensirò… today I will talk about an English comic by ND Stevenson: “Nimona”! Thanks and have a pleasent listen! Here is a glimpse of the characters!
How wisdom got out
Ciao a tutti! Oggi leggerò in inglese “How wisdom got out”, una storia tradizionale africana, in particolare del Ghana. Qui sotto potete trovare sia il testo in inglese sia la traduzione in italiano. Grazie e buon ascolto! Long ago, one old man had all the wisdom in the world. His name was Father Anansi. People always came to him with questions like: “Father Anansi, what should I do to make my son behave better?” or “Father Anansi, what should I do to make my aunty well again?” or “Father Anansi, what should I do to make my vegetables grow?”. And he answered 100 other such questions every day. People paid…
Oggi leggerò il terzo volume della serie “Mr Men” di Roger Hargraves: Mr Happy!! Grazie e buon ascolto! On the other side of the world, where the sun shines hotter than here, and where the trees are a hundred feet tall, there is a country called Happyland. As you might very well expect everybody who lives in Happyland is as happy as the day is long. Wherever you go you see smiling faces all round. It’s such a happy place that even the flowers seem to smile in Happyland. And, as well as all the animals in Happyland are happy as well. If you’re never seen a mouse smile, or…
Oggi leggerò una storia in inglese, Mr Tickle di Roger Hargreaves, Egmont editore. Sotto potrai trovare il testo e la traduzione in italiano. Grazie e buon ascolto! It was a warm, sunny morning. In his small house at the other side of the wood Mr Tickle was asleep. You didn’t know that there was such a thing as a Tickle, did you? Well, there is! Tickles are small and round and they have arms that stretch and stretch and stretch. Extraordinary long arms! Mr Tickle was fast asleep. He was having a dream. It must have been a very funny dream because it made him laugh out loud, and that…
The Value of Time
Questa settimana leggerò una fiaba in inglese! Qui sotto potrai trovare la storia e la traduzione italiana. Grazie e buon ascolto! Once upon a time, a king and a lazy man named Haria were very close friends. One morning the king said, “Why don’t you work to earn some money?” Haria said: “Nobody gives me a job. My enemies have told everyone that I never work.” The kind king said, “You can enter my treasury and collect as much wealth as you can, until sunset.” Haria ran home to tell her wife. She said, “Go get the gold coins and the gems now.” Haria said “I can’t go now. Give…
Oggi ti leggo questo bellissimo libro di Ludvig Benelmans. Nel 1952 è stato realizzato un film animato, candidato agli Oscar come miglior cortometraggio animato. Potete guardarlo qui. In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines lived twelve little girls in two straight lines. In two straight lines they broke their bread and brushed their teeth and went to bed. They smiled at the good and frowned at the bad and sometimes they were very sad. They left the house at half past nine in two straight lines in rain or shine. The smallest one was Madeline. She was not afraid of mice, she loved winter, snow and…
Peter and the wolf
This week I will read to you an original story by Sergei Prokofiev in English. Happy listening! Early one morning, Peter opened the gate and walked out into the big green meadow.On a branch of a big tree sat a little bird, Peter’s friend. “All is quiet” chirped the bird happily.Just then a duck came waddling round. She was glad that Peter had not closed the gate and decided to take a nice swim in the deep pond in the meadow.Seeing the duck, the little bird flew down upon on the grass, settled next to her and shrugged his shoulders.“What kind of bird are you if you can’t fly?” said…
Goldilocks and the three bears
Questa settimana vi leggerò una storia originale in... inglese! In italiano "Riccioli d'oro e i tre orsi", qui sotto potrai leggere la versione in entrambe le lingue. Buon ascolto, o meglio, happy listening!
The Christmas Dilemma
At the North Pole there was a little townwhere Santa Claus lived all year round.One chilly nightthe world became all white:it was the morning of Christmas Eve,And Santa needed to leave.Meters and meters of snow,that were still falling slow.The sleigh was buried deep,under a big white heap.“What to do?” Santa asked himself;then he called his best elf.After an hour “I got it!” the elf cheered,as he caressed his little beard.“I need a sorcerer, a wand and a hat,but please do not bring his big fat cat!”.Elves do not like cats you see,the ones in the houses, or worst, the ones running free.“Call the sorcerer, at once!” cried Santa to his…