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They love the stories and Natasha. Hi Raihan, I am not at all certain that there is a moral to this tail! But you can say that Jack is brave.
Bertie — June 29, Olly Murs — September 25, Rusty — October 8, Sorry for the ogre,:. Tamera Morris — November 7, This story is really good a very good fairy tale you know.
No wonder children like this fairy tale. I think this is really good story. I also yoused this for a homework assignment to so you better have a good time reading this story later everyone.
Thanks for everything! We listen to Storynory on a daily basis now. My three year old loves the stories and quotes his favourite parts. We both broke out laughing.
We think Natasha is fantastic. The accents were very…interesting…There was a Jack and Jill reference as well. I have read other jack and the beanstalk books but when I heard this one I really liked it.
I will teach my student in the class soon thank you natasha. Thank you Natasha this is a great! I had to listen to this for school and I enjoyed listening to this!
You are great at narrating! Lyla — January 6, I really liked it. But when i heard it, it was a giant, not an ogre. Any way, i simply cannot imagine prince Bertie being a dad!
I like ALL of the stories you tell. I like to listen to them any time of the day. Thank you! It would be nice if there was a new jack and Jill story, like the jack and Jill at the end of this jack and the beanstock story.
But why the Scottish accent for something that happened in Southern England?? Please send a reply Bertie…. I liked Bertie in Siberia also…..
Thanks Vallaree, this week we will have a poem. Glad you liked Bertie in Siberia, it is one of my favourite stories. I am thinking of doing some more Bertie stories where Richard narrates and Natasha does the female voices.
Yes, you are right we do need more of the Wicked Queen as she is a good character. And I want to tell you that if you are making a new story make it more good than Jack qnd the Beanstalk because I liked this story a lot and I want a new story better than this story and I have also heard Rumpelstiltskin also and I also liked it.
Please reply Bertie!! I really liked the story Jack And the bean stalk I thought that it was a really crazy story and it really baught made me read it again and it also baught made me want to die and it also it also baught made me really read it again.
I liked it so much. This is good book. It is very very nice. And thanks…. Got to the part of the giant about to snore.
But for the part we did get to hear, it was very enjoyable! Love the accent! One of my grandsons is always to speak in this accent. Hello i love you stories they are amazing.
Also i live in kentucky. But my reason for this is i dreamed of a gaint huge purple vine growing thru my window just like the beanstalk in the story!
In my dream i was looking at this gaint beanstalk in amazment growing up my wall coming thru my window!!!! What a dream!!!!
I wonder what all this could mean so i thought of The story Jank n The Beanstalk so i read the whole story once again……?
Wonderful Story. I actually liked this story. I used this story with the newer version for an essay tonight.
Thank You! I really love the accents as well. I loved this story it was great, I loved everything about this story. Didnt like how repetitive and non descriptive it was but it was overall a pretty great story and i would highly reccomend it to any bored person or person looking for an audible book.
It reminds me when I was reading the story when I was five years old. But it was a very good story about Jack and the been stock.
The story was very Fantastic!! I suppose. That was a great story and we all listened very carefully. Thank you for telling this story so that we could listen to it.
I really liked the story it was easy to understand and to listen to. We got homework from my English teacher and this was the link we got.
Very Good Story!! Although the text and reading differed very slightly during some parts. E, a word or sentence was off.
I have to sell the cow. I got beans that my mom threw. There was a giant beanstalk. I Climd it and hid when I saw a Troll.
He has a harp a hen that laid gold eggs and sacks and sacks of coins. I took them and the Troll went after me. I neared the Earth started cutting the beanstalk.
The Troll falls to death. And we lived ever after. The End. Ah, what's this I smell? Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman, Be he alive, or be he dead I'll have his bones to grind my bread.
Now you go and wash up and by the time you come back your breakfast'll be ready for you. So the giant went off to tidy up -- Jack was about to make a run for it when the woman stopped him.
Jack peeked out of the copper pot just as the giant returned to the kitchen carrying a basket filled with golden eggs and a sickly-looking, white hen.
The giant poked the hen and growled, "Lay" and the hen laid an egg made of gold which the giant added to the basket.
After his breakfast, the giant went to the closet and pulled out a golden harp with the face of a sad, young girl. The giant poked the harp and growled, "Play" and the harp began to play a gentle tune while her lovely face sang a lullaby.
Then the giant began to nod his head and to snore until the house shook. When he was quite sure the giant was asleep, Jack crept out of the copper pot and began to tiptoe out of the kitchen.
Just as he was about to leave, he heard the sound of the harp-girl weeping. Jack bit his lip, sighed and returned to the kitchen.
He grabbed the sickly hen and the singing harp, and began to tiptoe back out. But this time the hen gave a cackle which woke the giant, and just as Jack got out of the house he heard him calling, "Wife, wife, what have you done with my white hen and my golden harp?
Jack ran as fast as he could and the giant, realizing he had been tricked, came rushing after - away from the castle and down the broad, winding road.
When he got to the beanstalk the giant was only twenty yards away when suddenly he saw Jack disappear - confused, the giant peered through the clouds and saw Jack underneath climbing down for dear life.
While he was eating, the giant came home. The giant was very big and looked very fearsome. Jack was terrified and went and hid inside.
He took out his sacks of gold coins, counted them and kept them aside. Then he went to sleep. In the night, Jack crept out of his hiding place, took one sack of gold coins and climbed down the beanstalk.
At home, he gave the coins to his mother. His mother was very happy and they lived well for sometime. Then he said: 'Wife, bring me the hen that lays the golden eggs.
And then the ogre began to nod his head, and to snore till the house shook. Then Jack crept out of the oven on tiptoe and caught hold of the golden hen, and was off before you could say 'Jack Robinson'.
But this time the hen gave a cackle which woke the ogre, and just as Jack got out of the house he heard him calling:.
But that was all Jack heard, for he rushed off to the beanstalk and climbed down like a house on fire. And when he got home he showed his mother the wonderful hen, and said 'Lay' to it; and it laid a golden egg every time he said 'Lay.
Well, Jack was not content, and it wasn't long before he determined to have another try at his luck up there at the top of the beanstalk. So one fine morning, he rose up early, and got to the beanstalk, and he climbed and he climbed and he climbed and he climbed till he got to the top.
But this time he knew better than to go straight to the ogre's house. And when he got near it, he waited behind a bush till he saw the ogre's wife come out with a pail to get some water, and then he crept into the house and got into the copper.
He hadn't been there long when he heard thump! But Jack wasn't there, luckily, and the ogre' s wife said: 'There you are again with your fee-fi-fo-fum.
Why, of course, it's the boy you caught last night that I've just broiled for your breakfast. How forgetful I am, and how careless you are not to know the difference between live and dead after all these years.
So the ogre sat down to the breakfast and ate it, but every now and then he would mutter: 'Well, I could have sworn --' and he'd get up and search the larder and the cupboards and everything, only, luckily, he didn't think of the copper.
After breakfast was over, the ogre called out: 'Wife, wife, bring me my golden harp. Then he said: 'Sing!
And it went on singing till the ogre fell asleep, and commenced to snore like thunder. Then Jack lifted up the copper-lid very quietly and got down like a mouse and crept on hands and knees till he came to the table, when up he crawled, caught hold of the golden harp and dashed with it towards the door.
But the harp called out quite loud: 'Master!