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The Gingerbread Man

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Transcript of The Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man
By Barbara McClintock
Once upon a time, there was a little old woman and a little old man who lived in a little cottage near the river. The little old woman and the little old man were hungry, so the little old woman decided to bake a gingerbread man. She made a big batch of gingerbread dough, then rolled it flat and cut it into the shape of a gingerbread man. She gave him raisins for eyes, a cinnamon drop for a mouth, and chocolate chips for buttons. Then she put the ginger bread man in the oven to bake.
When the gingerbread man was done, the little old woman opened the oven door, but before she could take him out, the gingerbread man jumped up and ran through the kitchen and out of the cottage saying "Don't eat me!" The little old woman ran after the gingerbread man. "Stop!" she yelled, But the gingerbread man ran even faster chanting "Run, run as fast as you can you can't catch me, I'm the gingerbread man."
The gingerbread man ran into the garden and passed the little old man. "Stop," the little old man called out, "I want to eat you. But the gingerbread man ran even faster chanting "Run, run as fast as you can, you can't catch me I'm the gingerbread man." The little old man chased the gingerbread man, followed by the little old woman. But the gingerbread man ran too fast for them.
The gingerbread man ran through the yard and passed a pig. "Stop." the pig snorted, "I want to eat you." But the gingerbread man ran even faster chanting "I've ran from a little old woman and a little old man and I can run from you too, I can. Run, run as fast as you can. You cant catch me I'm the gingerbread man." The pig chased the gingerbread, followed by the little old woman and the little old man. But the gingerbread an ran to fast for them.
The gingerbread ran passed a cow in the barn The o
The gingerbread man passed a cow by the barn. "Stop" the cow mooed, "I want to eat you." But the gingerbread man ran even faster, chanting "I've ran from a little old man and a pig, and I can run away from you, I can. Run, run as fast as you can you cant catch me, I'm the gingerbread man." The cow chased the gingerbread man, followed by the pig and the little old woman and the little old man. But the gingerbread man ran too fast for them.
The gingerbread man passed a horse in the field. "Stop," the horse neighed, "I want to eat you." But the gingerbread man ran even faster, chanting "I've run from a little old woman and a little old man and a pig and a cow, and I can away from you, I can. Run, run as fast as you can. You cant catch me I'm the gingerbread man." The horse chased the gingerbread man, followed by the cow, the pig, and the little old woman and the little old man. But the gingerbread man ran too fast for them.
Then the gingerbread man reached a wide river, but he didn't know how to swim. A sly and hungry fox saw the gingerbread man and said, "Jump on my tail, and I'll take you across the river!"
The gingerbread man thought to himself, "I'll be safe on his tail." So he jumped on the fox's tail and they started across the river.
Halfway across the river, the fox barked, "You're to heavy for my tail, jump on my back." So the gingerbread man jumped on the fox's back.
Soon the fox said, "You're too heavy for my back, jump onto my nose." So the gingerbread man jumped on the fox's nose. But as soon as they reached the riverbank, the fox flipped the gingerbread man into the air, snapped his mouth shut, and ate the gingerbread man.
Halfway across the river the Gingerbread man reached a
wide river, but he didmt know how to swim. A sly and
hungry fox saw the Gingerbread man and said,
Jump on my tail, and I'll take you across
the river!" The Gingerbread man thought to
himself, "I'll be safe on his tail." So he jumped on
the fox's tail and they started across the river. Halfway
across the rive the fox said, "You're too heavy for my tail,
jump on my back." So the Gingerbread man jumped on the
fox's back. Soon the fox said, "You're too heavy for my
tail, jump on my nose!" So the Gingerbread man
jumped on the fox's nose. But as soon as they
reached the river bank, the fox flipped the
Gingerbread man into the air, snapped his mouth shut and
ate the Gingerbread man.
The Gingerbread man reached a wide river but didn't know how to swim. A sly and hungry fox saw the Gingerbread man and said, "Jump on my tail and I'll take you across the river!" The Gingerbread man thought to himself, "I'll be safe on his tail." So he jumped on the fox's back and they started across the wide river. Halfway across the river the fox barked "You're too heavy for my tail, jump on my back." So the Gingerbread man jumped on the fox's back. Soon the fox said, "You're too heavy for my back, jump on my nose!" So the Gingerbread man jumped on the fox's nose But as soon as they reached the riverbank, the fox flipped the Gingerbread man into the air, snapped his mouth shut his mouth shut and ate the Gingerbread man.
And the was the end of the Gingerbread man!

And that was the end of the Gi
And that was the end of the Gingerbread man.
Moral- Your cockiness may turn against your or get you in trouble.
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