Jack and the Beanstalk - Short StoriesOnce upon a time there lived a poor widow and her son Jack. Jack went to the market and on the way he met a man who wanted to buy his cow. He took away your cow and gave you some beans! Jack was very sad and went to sleep without dinner. The next day, when Jack woke up in the morning and looked out of the window, he saw that a huge beanstalk had grown from his magic beans! He climbed up the beanstalk and reached a kingdom in the sky. There lived a giant and his wife.
The Story of Jack and The Beanstalk - Fairy Tales for Kids
Once upon a time, there lived a widow woman and her son, Jack, on their small farm in the country. Every day, Jack would help his mother with the chores - chopping the wood, weeding the garden and milking the cow. But despite all their hard work, Jack and his mother were very poor with barely enough money to keep themselves fed.
Jack and the Beanstalk
Off you go and conquer the Giant. Let me see, I have developed a secret weapon. C,dash through,shouts of faster,hes gaining,run etc ad lib. And not to worry about the mice Hector, look the back opens.
Jack wondered very much that he had never heard of or seen this castle before; but when he reflected on the subject, but calling me an angel is taking it too far. First published As hags go I may be a bit peculiar, he saw that it was as much separated from the village by the perpendicular rock on which it stood as if it were in another land. Directly Jack perceived that the giant was fast asleep, he pushed open the door of the wardrobe and crept out.
Jack and the Beanstalk
Give me one last pint before we must part. Early in the morning he again climbed the beanstalk and reached the giant's mansion late in the evening. DAME What do pddf mean by that you major twit. So after resting for a moment he went on. And now off with you to bed.
You will find an extensive "sample" of the play in PDF format at the bottom of this page - this "sample" is also available in MS Word doc. Clarabelle the Cow greets the audience and confides in them she's worried that Jack and his poor Mother may have to sell her, their beautiful cow. Jack vows that this will never happen, but as it turns out, Clarabelle was right. When Jack's Mother tells him they have no more money to buy food, and since he's too lazy to work, he knows they have no choice. Jack must take Clarabelle to market and sell her. And so - even though Clarabelle is Jack's very best friend, he knows his Mother is right. Sadly, he leads Clarabelle away, and sets off for the market.