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“Once upon a time,” remarked Outa, thoughtfully, “Oom Leeuw used to fly.”
“O-o-o-oh!” said the children all together, and their eyes widened with terror at the picture called up by Outa’s words.
“Yes, my baasjes, and then nothing could live before him. His wings were not covered with feathers: they were like the wings of Brother Bat, all skin and ribs; but they were very big, and very thick, and very strong, and when he wasn’t flying they were folded flat against his sides. When he was angry he let the points down to the ground—tr-r-r-r—like Oubaas Turkey when he gobble-gobble-gobbles and struts before his wives—tr-r-r-r, and when he wanted to rise from the ground he spread them out and flapped them up and down slowly at first—so, my baasjes; then faster and faster—so, so, so—till he made a big wind with them and sailed away into the air.
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A girl going to visit her grandmother and meets a wolf, or a boy who dreams of a puppy but getting a friend with a propeller, who adores jam, as well as many others .These characters that will always remind us of childhood; on the bright and good days when we used to , in our favourite pastime, read fairy tales.
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Reading fairy tales means learning about good and evil, and to spare the stray and the fallen to the Snow Queen children, or worry about the monster, who could not be liked by the beauty. Tales bring different emotions to our kids. They learn to feel, to love and to empathize. Sincerely, enjoy and live life a little along with the characters of the folk tales.
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