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Pinocchio in Africa by E. Cherubini is a captivating and imaginative continuation of Carlo Collodi's classic tale. Cherubini takes readers on a wild and adventurous journey as the beloved wooden puppet, Pinocchio, embarks on a new escapade, this time in the enchanting continent of Africa.

The author skillfully incorporates African folklore and cultural elements into the story, introducing readers to a vibrant and richly diverse landscape. Cherubini's descriptions of the African savannah, dense jungles, and bustling cities are vivid and immersive, painting a lively picture in the reader's mind. The incorporation of African wildlife, such as majestic lions and mischievous monkeys, adds a delightful touch to the narrative.

In this tale, Pinocchio's quest to become a real boy takes on new dimensions as he learns important life lessons about friendship, compassion, and the consequences of his actions. Through encounters with new characters, both human and animal alike, Pinocchio grapples with moral dilemmas and faces captivating challenges along the way.

One of the highlights of Pinocchio in Africa is the exploration of themes such as diversity, acceptance, and the power of storytelling. Cherubini cleverly weaves these messages into the narrative, reminding readers of the importance of embracing differences and extending empathy towards others.

The narrative maintains a delightful balance between moments of humor and more introspective and thought-provoking passages. Cherubini's writing style is accessible and engaging, making the story suitable for younger readers while still capturing the interest of adults. The book also offers occasional illustrations that enhance the experience and breathe life into the characters and settings.

However, at times, the pacing of the story feels slightly rushed, with certain events and character developments occurring too abruptly. This quick pace may leave some readers longing for more in-depth exploration of certain aspects of the plot.

Despite this minor flaw, Pinocchio in Africa remains an enchanting and entertaining read. Cherubini's ability to seamlessly blend new adventures and cultural elements into this beloved classic is commendable. Whether you are a fan of the original story or a new reader, Pinocchio in Africa is sure to capture your imagination and transport you to a wondrous world filled with wonder, growth, and invaluable life lessons.

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Pinocchio In Africa By Cherubini Translated by Angelo Patri

1. Preface 2. Why Pinocchio Did Not Go To School 3. Pinocchio Assists In Welcoming The Circus 4. Pinocchio Among The Wild Animals 5. Pinocchio Makes Friends With The Wild Animals 6. Pinocchio Determines To Go To Africa 7. Pinocchio In Doubt 8. He Bids Good by To The Animals 9. Pinocchio Does Not Sleep 10. Pinocchio Eats Dates 11. Pinocchio Lands On A Rock 12. The First Night In Africa 13. Pinocchio Is Well Received 14. Pinocchio Is Arrested 15. Pinocchio's Father 16. Pinocchio Sells Drinking Water 17. A Ride On A Dog's Back 18. The Cave 19. The Caravan 20. The Baby Pulls His Nose 21. Pinocchio Travels With The Caravan 22. He Is Offered For Sale 23. The Bird In The Forest 24. His Adventure With A Lion 25. Pinocchio Is Brought Before The King 26. The Monkeys Stone The Marionette 27. Pinocchio Dreams Again 28. Pinocchio Is Carried Away In An Eggshell 29. Pinocchio Escapes Again 30. Pinocchio Is Swallowed By A Crocodile 31. Pinocchio Is Made Emperor 32. His First Night As Emperor 33. He Sends For The Royal Doctor 34. An Old Story 35. His Duties As Emperor 36... Continue reading book >>




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