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儿童话故事 玻璃瓶中的妖(玻璃瓶中的妖怪绘本)

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  1. 玻璃瓶中的妖怪告诉我们什么道理
  2. 经典双语童话故事《玻璃瓶中的妖怪》
  3. 困在瓶中的妖怪的佳句

一、玻璃瓶中的妖怪告诉我们什么道理

1、玻璃瓶中的妖怪告诉我们任何事情想要成功,都必须付出一定的努力,有付出才能真正获得回报。不劳而获的事情是不存在的。

2、童话,儿童文学的一种体裁,通过丰富的想象、幻想和夸张来编写适合于儿童欣赏的故事。童话具有语言通俗生动,故事情节离奇曲折、引人入胜的特点。童话常采用拟人的手法,赋予鸟兽虫鱼花草树木等生命,使其拥有人的思想感情。

3、童话一词在《现代汉语词典》中的解释是“儿童文学的一种体裁,通过丰富的想象、幻想和夸张来编写适合于儿童欣赏的故事”。

4、童话一词在《辞海》中的基本解释是“儿童文学的一种,经过想象、幻想和夸张来塑造艺术形象,反映生活,增进儿童性格的成长”。

5、综上所述,所谓童话是儿童文学体裁之一,通过丰富的幻想和夸张、象征、拟人的手法塑造形象,以适宜于儿童阅读的作品。童话是儿童文学的一种体裁,通过丰富的想像、幻想和夸张编写的适合于儿童欣赏的故事。

6、童话的基本特点有:根据儿童心理发展的特点编写;有独特的修辞手段,如象征、比喻等。对于处于人生早期的儿童来说。

7、他们富于幻想,对世界上的一切事物都非常好奇,没有明确的主客体概念,认为万物有灵,如认为周围的一切都像自己一样,既会高兴也会哭鼻子,也会肚子饿和口渴。因此,儿童有自己的独特认识世界的方式。

8、为了帮助儿童认识周围的环境和事物,就要创造一种既适合他们的心理特点,又利于他们的发展的中介。童话的本质及其对儿童发展的价值正好可以起到这样的作用。同时,童话也是儿童喜爱的。正如列宁所说:“儿童的本性是爱听美妙的童话的。”

二、经典双语童话故事《玻璃瓶中的妖怪》

1、经典双语童话故事《玻璃瓶中的妖怪》

2、童话是开启宝宝智慧大门的钥匙,是带领他们认识纯真世界的翅膀。阅读童话能够帮助宝宝培养良好的阅读习惯,促进其语言智能的发展。以下是为大家推荐的经典双语童话故事《玻璃瓶中的妖怪》,希望大家喜欢。

3、 Once upon a time there was a poor woodcutter who worked from morning until late at night. When he had finally saved up some money he said to his boy,”You are my only child. I want to spend the money that I have earned by the sweat of my brow on your education. Learn an honest trade so you can support me in my old age when my limbs have grown stiff and I have to sit at home.”

4、 Then the boy went to a university and studied diligently. His teachers praised him, and he remained there for some time. After he had worked through a few classes, but was still not perfect in everything, the little pittance that the father had saved was all spent, and the boy had to return home to him.

5、”Oh,” said the father sadly,”I cannot give you anything more, and in these hard times I cannot earn a heller more than what we need for our daily bread.”

6、”Father, dear,” answered the son,”don't worry about it. If it is God's will everything will turn out well for me. I will do all right.”

7、 When the father said he was going into the woods and earn some money by cutting cordwood, the son said,”I will go with you and help you.”

8、”No, my son,” said the father,”you will find it too difficult. You are not used to hard work, and will not be able to do it. Furthermore, I have only one ax and no money left to buy another one with.”

9、”Just go to the neighbor,” answered the son.”He will lend you his ax until I have earned enough to buy one for myself.”

10、 So the father borrowed an ax from the neighbor, and the next morning at daybreak they went out into the woods together. The son helped his father and was quite cheerful and full of energy. When the sun was directly above them, the father said,”Let us rest now and eat our noon meal. Then all will go twice as well.”

11、 The son picked up his bread and said,”Just you rest, father. I am not tired. I will walk about a little in the woods and look for birds' nests.”

12、”Oh, you fool,” said the father,”why do you want to run about? Afterwards you will be tired and no longer able to lift an arm. Stay here, and sit down beside me.”

13、 But the son went into the woods, ate his bread, was very cheerful, and looked into the green branches to see if he could find a bird's nest. He walked to and fro until at last he came to an enormous oak that was certainly many hundred years old, and that five men would not have been able to span. He stood there looking at it, and thought,”Many a bird must have built its nest in that tree.”

14、 Then suddenly he thought that he heard a voice. Listening, he became aware of someone calling out with a muffled voice,”Let me out. Let me out.”

15、 He looked around but could not see anything. Then he thought that the voice was coming out of the ground, so he shouted,”Where are you?”

16、 The voice answered,”I am stuck down here among the oak roots. Let me out. Let me out.”

17、 The student began to scrape about beneath the tree, searching among the roots, until at last he found a glass bottle in a little opening. Lifting it up, he held it against the light, and then saw something shaped like a frog jumping up and down inside.

18、”Let me out. Let me out,” it cried again, and the student, thinking no evil, pulled the cork from the bottle. Immediately a spirit ascended from it and began to grow. It grew so fast that within a few moments a horrible fellow, half as big as the tree, was standing there before the student.

19、”Do you know,” he cried in an terrifying voice,”what your reward is for having let me out?”

20、”No,” replied the student fearlessly.”How should I know that?”

21、”Then I will tell you,” shouted the spirit.”I must break your neck for it.”

22、”You should have said so sooner,” answered the student,”for then I would have left you shut up inside. However, my head is going to stay where it is until more people have been consulted.”

23、”More people here, more people there,” shouted the spirit.”You shall have the reward you have earned. Do you think that I was shut up there for such a long time as a favor? No, it was a punishment. I am the mighty Mercurius. I must break the neck of whomsoever releases me.”

24、”Calm down,” answered the student.”Not so fast. First I must know that you really were shut up in that little bottle, and that you are the right spirit. If you can indeed get inside again, then I will believe it, and you may do with me whatsoever you want.”

25、 The spirit said arrogantly,”that is an easy trick,” pulling himself in and making himself as thin and short as he had been before. He then crept back into the opening and through the neck of the bottle. He was scarcely inside when the student pushed the cork back into the bottle, and threw it back where it had been among the oak roots. And thus the spirit was deceived.

26、 The student was about to return to his father, but the spirit cried out pitifully,”Oh, do let me out. Oh, do let me out.”

27、”No,” answered the student,”not a second time. I will not release a person who once tried to kill me, now that I have captured him again.”

28、”If you will set me free,” cried the spirit,”I will give you so much that you will have enough for all the days of your life.”

29、”No,” answered the student,”you would cheat me like you tried to the first time.”

30、”You are giving away your own good fortune,” said the spirit.”I will not harm you, but instead will reward you richly.”

31、 The student thought,”I will venture it. Perhaps he will keep his word, and in any event he will not get the better of me.”

32、 So he pulled out the cork, and the spirit rose up from the bottle as before, and extended himself, becoming as large as a giant.

33、”Now you shall have your reward,” he said, handing the student a little rag that looked just like a small bandage. He said,”If you rub a wound with the one end, it will heal, and if you rub steel or iron with the other end, it will turn into silver.”

34、”I have to try that,” said the student. He went to a tree, scratched the bark with his ax, then rubbed it with the one end of the bandage. It immediately closed together and was healed.

35、”Now it is all right,” he said to the spirit,”and we can part.”

36、 The spirit thanked him for having freed him, and the student thanked the spirit for the present, and returned to his father.

37、”Where have you been running about?” said the father.”Why have you forgotten your work? I said that you wouldn't get anything done.”

38、”Don't be concerned, father. I will make it up.”

39、”Make it up indeed,” said the father angrily.”Don't bother.”

40、”Just watch, father. I will soon cut down that tree there and make it crash.”

41、 Then he took his bandage, rubbed the ax with it, and struck a mighty blow, but because the iron had turned into silver, the cutting edge bent back on itself.

42、”Hey, father, just look what a bad ax you've given me. It is all bent out of shape.”

43、 The father was shocked and said,”Oh, what have you done! Now I'll have to pay for the ax, and I don't know what with. That is all the good I have from your work.”

44、”Don't get angry,” said the son,”I will pay for the ax.”

45、”Oh, you blockhead,” cried the father,”How will you pay for it? You have nothing but what I give you. You have students' tricks stuck in your head, but you don't know anything about chopping wood.”

46、 After a little while the student said,”Father, I can't work any longer after all. Let's quit for the day.”

47、”Now then,” he answered,”do you think I can stand around with my hands in my pockets like you? I have to go on working, but you may head for home.”

48、”Father, I am here in these woods for the first time. I don't know my way alone. Please go with me.”

49、 His anger had now subsided, so the father at last let himself be talked into going home with him.

50、 There he said to the son,”Go and sell the damaged ax and see what you can get for it. I will have to earn the difference, in order to pay the neighbor.”

51、 The son picked up the ax and took it into town to a goldsmith, who tested it, weighed it, and then said,”It is worth four hundred talers. I do not have that much cash with me.”

52、 The student said,”Give me what you have. I will lend you the rest.”

53、 The goldsmith gave him three hundred talers and owed him one hundred. Then the student went home and said,”Father, I have some money. Go and ask the neighbor what he wants for the ax.”

54、”I already know,” answered the old man.”One taler, six groschens.”

55、”Then give him two talers, twelve groschens. That is double its worth and is plenty. See, I have more than enough money.” Then he gave the father a hundred talers, saying,”You shall never need anything. Live just like you want to.”

56、”My goodness,” said the old man.”Where did you get all that money?”

57、 Then the son told him everything that had happened, and how by trusting in his luck he had made such a catch. With the money that was left he went back to the university and continued his studies, and because he could heal all wounds with his bandage he became the most famous doctor in the whole world.

58、从前,有个穷樵夫,天天起早贪黑地劳作,并节衣缩食,终於积攒了一点儿钱,便对他儿子说道:「我就你这么一个孩子,我要用我拿血汗辛辛苦苦挣来的钱,供你念书去。你要好好学点儿本领,等我老了、手脚不那么灵便了、只得坐在家里烤火的时候,你才有能力养活我。」

59、於是,儿子便上学了,而且学习非常勤奋,受到老师们异口同声的称赞。中学毕业后,他上了大学,可是在学业完成前,父亲给他的那点儿钱就用光了,他只得辍学。回到家里后,父亲不无忧伤地对他说:「我再也无法供你继续学业了,眼下我只能挣口饭吃。」

60、「亲爱的爸爸,」儿子回答说,「别犯愁啦。既然这是上帝的安排,一定会苦去甘来的。」第二天,父亲要出去砍柴,儿子也想一块儿去。

61、「那好吧,孩子,」父亲说,「就一块儿去吧。不过,你会吃不消的,你还不习惯於重体力活儿。还有呢,我只有一把斧子,没钱再买一把呀。」

62、「别担心,」儿子回答说,「咱们找邻居借一把好啦。他们肯定愿意借我用一段时间,我挣到钱买一把新的还给他们嘛。」

63、於是,父亲找邻居借了一把斧子。第二天破晓,父子俩就一块儿进了森林。儿子兴高采烈地帮父亲砍柴。

64、中午时分,父亲说:「咱们歇息一下,吃午饭吧。现在刚好是时候。」

65、儿子拿起自己的那份面包,然后说:「爸爸,你歇着吧,我一点儿也不累。我到林子里去转一转,找几个鸟窝。」「你个小傻瓜,」父亲大声说,「你现在要是到处跑来跑去,待会儿就会累得连胳膊都抬不起来了。还是坐在我身边,好好歇息吧。」

66、儿子没有听父亲的劝告,一边吃着面包一边在林子里转悠。这天他心情格外愉快,兴致勃勃地仰望着青翠的枝条,寻找着鸟窝。他在林中走来走去,看见了一棵枝繁叶茂的老橡树,那树树干粗大,足有几百年的树龄,他站在老橡树下,心想:「肯定有许多鸟在上边筑巢。」

67、忽然,他觉得听见了一点儿动静。小伙子屏息静听,果然听见一个低沉的声音在说:「放我出去!放我出去!」他四处搜寻,却甚么也没有发现,似乎那声音是从地底下钻出来的。他於是大声喊叫道:「你在哪儿啊?」

68、那声音回答说:「我在这儿,埋在老橡树的树根下面。放我出去!放我出去!」

69、小伙子开始在树根周围挖了起来,终於在一处小土坑里找到了一只玻璃瓶。他抢起玻璃瓶,对着阳光看了看,只见有一个青蛙模样的小东西,在瓶中疯狂地上窜下跳。「放我出去!放我出去!」那个小东西又喊了起来,而小伙子呢,想也没想就拔掉了瓶塞。说时迟,那时快,那个精灵一下子就从玻璃瓶里窜了出来,立刻开始不停地变大,转瞬之间,变成了一个十分可怕的巨人,个头儿有小伙子跟前的那棵老橡树的一半那么高。

70、「你知道吗,」这个大妖怪声音粗哑,语气吓人,问小伙子,「你把我放出来,会得到甚么回报呀?」

71、「不知道,」小伙子毫无惧色地回答说,「我怎么会知道呢?」

72、「我为此一定得拧断你的脖子。」妖怪回答说。

73、「你要是早点儿告诉我就好啦,我就不会放你出来了。我的.脑袋嘛,你可碰不得,你必须先去和其他的人商量商量才是。」

74、「甚么这个那个的,反正你一定得接受你应该得到的回报。难道你以为,我是被无缘无故地关押在那儿的吗?不是的,这是对我的惩罚。我是威力无比的墨丘利尤斯呀,不管谁放我出来,我一定得拧断他的脖子。」

75、「好吧,」小伙子冷静地回答说,「不过,这可急不得。首先呢,你得向我证明一下,刚才坐在那个小瓶子里的人确确实实就是你这么个庞然大物。你要是能再钻进去,我就服气了,然后,我就任你处置好啦。」

76、妖怪趾高气扬地回答道:「小菜一碟。」说着就开始把身子缩小,越缩越小,最后小到能够从瓶口钻进去了。妖怪刚钻进瓶子里,小伙子立刻麻利地把瓶塞用力塞紧,随手把瓶子扔回到树根旁的老地方。妖怪就这样被挫败了。

77、此时,小伙子打算回到父亲身边去。谁知那个妖怪却尖着嗓子凄凄惨惨地嚎叫起来:「喂,放我出去吧!放我出去吧!」小伙子斩钉截铁地回答说「不!」,他绝不再做那种蠢事了。可妖怪硬叫他听听条件……——保证不拧断他的脖子,还给他一大笔财富,他一辈子也花不完,用不尽。

78、「大概,」小伙子回答道,「你想用刚才的办法再骗我一次。」

79、「你要是不答应,就错过了自己荣华富贵的机会啦,」妖怪庄严地说,「我发誓,绝不碰你一根毫毛。」

80、小伙子就想:「不妨再冒它一次险,兴许他言而有信呢。」於是,小伙子又拔掉了瓶塞,妖怪钻出来后越变越大,又变成了一个巨人。

81、「现在你该得到你的回报了。」巨人说着递给小伙子一块橡皮膏模样的东西,告诉他说,「用它的一头在伤口上轻轻碰一下,伤口就会愈合;用另一头在钢铁上敲打一下,钢铁就会变成银子。」

82、「我得先试一试,」小伙子说罢走到一棵大树跟前,用斧子把树皮砍掉一小块儿,然后用那玩意儿在树皮的伤损处轻轻地碰了一下,树皮果真长拢了。「确实不错,」他对巨人说,「现在我们该分手了。」

83、妖怪感谢小伙子搭救了他,小伙子也感谢妖怪送给他这件礼物,然后他们动身各走各的了。

84、小伙子回到了父亲身旁,父亲嘟嘟囔囔地对他发起牢骚来,问他这么半天不干活儿,到底是来干甚么的。「我早就说过,这活儿你干不了。」他对儿子说。

85、「爸爸,您千万别生气,我会赶上来的。」

86、「赶上来!」父亲一听火冒三丈,「我倒要看看你怎么个赶法?」

87、「爸爸,您看好啦,我一斧下去就能砍倒那棵树。」

88、说完,取出那玩意儿来,在斧子上擦拭了一番,然后猛地一斧砍了下去。斧头上的铁已经变成了银子,所以斧刃卷了口。「我说,爸爸,你瞧瞧,你借来的是甚么破烂斧子呀,完全变形啦。」

89、父亲一看,目瞪口呆,说道:「都是你干的好事!这下你得赔人家斧子了,看你拿甚么来赔!你的确帮了大忙啦。」

90、「别生气嘛,」儿子说,「我赔斧子就是喽。」「唉,你这个傻瓜,」父亲吼叫道:「你拿甚么赔?你身无分文。你的脑袋也许不错,可对砍柴你一窍不通。」过了一会儿,小伙子对父亲说:「爸爸,我再也砍不动了,咱们歇半天吧。」

91、「啊!甚么?」父亲回答道,「你看我闲得起吗?我不得不干呐。你在这儿反正帮不上甚么忙,你最好回家去吧。」「爸爸,我可是头一回到森林里来,我一个人找不到路呀。咱们一快儿回家吧。」他对父亲说着,父亲的怒气已平息了几分,就答应一块儿回家去。

92、到家后,父亲对儿子说:「去把这坏斧子卖了吧,看能卖多少钱,不够的只好由我来挣,好赔邻居一把新斧子。」

93、儿子拿着斧子来到城里的一家金店,金匠验了斧头的成色,放在秤上称了称,说道:「这把斧头值四百个银币,可我手里没有这么多的现金。」

94、小伙子却说:「那好,您手头上有多少就给多少吧,余下的就算是我借给您的。」

95、於是,金匠给了他三百个银币,还欠他一百。

96、随后,小伙子回到家里,对父亲说:「爸爸,我有钱啦。

97、去问一问邻居,他那把斧子值多少钱。」

98、「我不用问也知道,」父亲回答说,「一个银币六格罗申。」

99、「那好,咱们给他两个银币十二格罗申,加倍偿还。」儿子说道,「您瞧,我有的是钱。」说罢,小伙子给了父亲一百个银币,告诉父亲从此以后再也不会缺钱花了,好好享清福吧。

100、「我的天老爷呀!」父亲惊呼道,「这么多的钱是从哪儿弄来的呀?」

101、於是,儿子讲述了事情的经过。小伙子用余下的钱,返回大学继续他的学业。后来,由於妖怪给他的那玩意儿可以治疗各种各样的伤口,他成了闻名於世的医生。

三、困在瓶中的妖怪的佳句

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火眼金睛,耀武扬威,天罗地网,水泄不通,筋疲力竭,天昏地暗,

花言巧语,回心转意,咬牙切齿,哑口无言,星月皎洁,胡言乱语

峰岩重叠,涧壑湾环。虎狼成阵走,麂鹿作群行。大蟒喷愁雾,长蛇吐怪风。道旁荆棘牵漫,岭山松楠秀丽。薜萝满目,芳草连天。影落沧溟北,云开斗柄南。万古常含元气老,千峰巍列日光寒。那长老马上心惊,孙大圣布施手段,舞着铁棒,哮吼一声,唬得那狼虫颠窜,虎豹奔逃。——这段描写出取经路上的险恶,以及唐僧的胆怯、悟空的神勇,如此对比,更衬托出悟空的大无畏的英雄气概。

好妖怪,按耸阴风,在山坡下摇身一变,变做一个老公公,还真是:白发如彭祖,苍髯赛寿星。耳中鸣玉磬,眼里幌金星。手拄龙头拐,身穿鹤氅轻。数珠掐在手,口诵南无经。——这段细致地描写了妖怪的变化多端,用词形象生动。

你看他忍气别了师父,纵筋斗云,径回花果山水帘洞去了。独自个凄凄惨惨,忽闻得水声聒耳。大圣在那半空里看时,原来是东洋大海潮发的声响。一见了,又想起唐僧,止不住腮边泪坠,停云住步,良久方去。——这段写悟空遭到师父误解被赶走,仍一步三回头地记挂师父,让人看到了悟空深情的一面,真是无情未必真豪杰。

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2、月亮斜挂在天空,笑盈盈的,星星挤满了银河,眨巴着眼睛。3、一轮圆月升起来了,像一盏明灯,高悬在天幕上。

4、月亮睁大眼睛,和蔼地望着村落和田野,极像一只擦亮的铜盘。5、圆月渐渐升高,她那银盘似的脸,流露着柔和的笑容。

6、明净似的圆月,已经被远方蓝蓝的高山托上天空。7、月亮,圆圆的,像纺车,纺着她浪漫的遐思。

8、夜,静极了,玉盘似的满月在云中穿行,淡淡的月光洒向大地。9、一轮杏黄色的满月,悄悄从山嘴处爬出来,把倒影投入湖水中。

10、满月像个黄黄的灯笼,从东方天边挑起在天空。11、夜晚,满月升起来了,一片宁静随着银雾般的月光洒在大地上。

12、月亮渐渐升高,她身着白色的纱衣,娴静而安详,温柔而大方。她那银盘似的脸,透过柳梢,留下温和的笑容。

13、月亮像一个新娶来的媳妇,刚刚从东天边上来,就又羞答答地钻进树叶子里藏起来。14、月亮像饱经风霜的老人,不紧不慢地梳理着白花花的月光。

15、月亮像一个含羞的少女,一会儿躲进云间,一会儿又撩开面纱,露出娇容,整个世界都被月色浸成了梦幻般的银灰色。16、月亮是那么明亮,把大地照得一片雪青,树木、房屋、街道都像镀上了一层水银似的。

17、门外西边的林梢,挂着的上弦月已经变成一片金色的西瓜,不再是一条弯弯的眉毛。18、清晨,残月像一块失去了光泽的鹅卵石,抛在天边。

19、一枚新月好像一朵白色梨花,宁静地开放在浅蓝色的天空中。20、夜空挂满了星星,月亮像一只钓鱼的小船,仿佛航行在宽阔的银色的长河里。

21、月亮像一张弓,弯弯地挂在天空。22、一钩新月从远处的林子里升了起来,它那样白净,就像刚炼过的银子似的。

23、一弯新月像一把银打的镰刀,从黑黝黝的山峰上伸了出来。24、一弯新月升起来了,像只玉琢的香蕉嵌在天幕上,漾着碧辉。

25、一弯新月宛如一叶小舟,翘着尖尖的船头,在深夜的静湖中划行,给我送来一片情思。26、一弯新月高高挂在墨蓝色的天空,清澈如水的光辉普照着大地。

27、新月如一只金色的小舟泊在疏疏的枝桠间。好段:1、古语云:“不积跬步,无以至千里;不积小流,无以成江海。”

凡立功名于世者,无不是从小处做起,注意点点滴滴的积累,有意识地培养自己的品德才能,不断自我完善的。若无每日闻鸡起舞坚持不懈的毅力,那么祖逖又怎能北伐中原而名垂千古!若无长年笔走龙蛇墨染池水的工夫,那么王羲之又怎能挥毫盖世被尊为书圣呢?若无半生钻研演算草稿盈筐的血汗,那么陈景润又怎能摘取明珠享誉世界呢?2、伽利略、牛顿、爱迪生是人不是神,其缺点错误在所难免,但这并不妨碍他们成为“巨人”。

儿童话故事 玻璃瓶中的妖(玻璃瓶中的妖怪绘本)

试问,有谁能否认物理学中的落体定律、惯性定律、抛物体运动规律、摆振动的等时性现象是伽利略建立或发现的呢?有谁能否定牛顿作为经典物理学创立者的地位呢?有谁能否定爱迪生是对人类物质文明有重大贡献的大发明家呢?3、徒有万般“羡鱼”心,而无一丝“结网”意,结果定会一事无成。这道理虽然浅显,但实际上却不是每个人都能清楚认识到的。

有的人希望成为爱迪生式的“发明大王”,可是却畏于钻研科学知识之难;有的人想继莫泊桑之后,再夺“短篇小说之王”的桂冠,但又慑于常年练笔之艰辛;有的人想一鸣惊人成为“音乐巨匠”,却惰于在五线谱的田地上埋首耕耘;有的人愿自己成为体育明星,却怠于“闻鸡起舞”进行训练。如此心怀鸿鹄之志,而身属燕雀之行,连一条小小的鱼都会捉不到,更何况要实现那恢宏的大志呢!4、选择是一个崭新的开端,选择高耸入云的峭崖便需有“路漫漫其修远兮,吾将上下而求索”的信念;选择波涌浪滚的大海便需有“直挂云帆济沧海”的壮志豪情;选择寒风劲厉的荒漠便需有“醉卧沙场君莫笑,古来征战几人回”的。

玻璃瓶中的妖怪主要内容从前,有个穷樵夫,天天起早贪黑地劳作积攒了一点儿钱供自己的儿子念书。

小伙子很用功读书,只是在学业完成之前,由于钱花光了,他只有和父亲一起去山里砍柴。小伙子在一棵大树下发现了一个装有妖怪的玻璃瓶,当小伙子将妖怪放出来时,妖怪却要将小伙子的脖子拧断做为回报。

勇敢机智的小伙子把妖怪骗回瓶中,妖怪就这样被挫败了。当小伙子再一次打开瓶子的时候,妖怪兑现了自己的诺言,给了小伙子一块橡皮膏模样的布条,用它的一头在伤口上轻轻碰一下,伤口就会愈合;用另一头在钢铁上敲打一下,钢铁就会变成银子。

就这样小伙子返回大学继续他的学业。后来,由于妖怪给他布条可以治疗各种各样的伤口,他成了闻名于世的医生。

玻璃瓶中的妖怪故事从前,有个穷樵夫,天天起早贪黑地劳作,并节衣缩食,终于积攒了一点儿钱,便对他儿子说道:“我就你这么一个孩子,我要用我拿血汗辛辛苦苦挣来的钱,供你念书去。你要好好学点儿本领,等我老了、手脚不那么灵便了、只得坐在家里烤火的时候,你才有能力养活我。

”于是,儿子便上学了,而且学习非常勤奋,受到老师们异口同声的称赞。中学毕业后,他上了大学,可是在学业完成前,父亲给他的那点儿钱就用光了,他只得辍学。

回到家里后,父亲不无忧伤地对他说:“我再也无法供你继续学业了,眼下我只能挣口饭吃。”“亲爱的爸爸,”儿子回答说,“别犯愁啦。

既然这是上帝的安排,一定会苦去甘来的。”第二天,父亲要出去砍柴,儿子也想一块儿去。

“那好吧,孩子,”父亲说,“就一块儿去吧。不过,你会吃不消的,你还不习惯于重体力活儿。

还有呢,我只有一把斧子,没钱再买一把呀。”“别担心,”儿子回答说,“咱们找邻居借一把好啦。

他们肯定愿意借我用一段时间,我挣到钱买一把新的还给他们嘛。”于是,父亲找邻居借了一把斧子。

第二天破晓,父子俩就一块儿进了森林。儿子兴高采烈地帮父亲砍柴。

中午时分,父亲说:“咱们歇息一下,吃午饭吧。现在刚好是时候。

”儿子拿起自己的那份面包,然后说:“爸爸,你歇着吧,我一点儿也不累。我到林子里去转一转,找几个鸟窝。

”“你个小傻瓜,”父亲大声说,“你现在要是到处跑来跑去,待会儿就会累得连胳膊都抬不起来了。还是坐在我身边,好好歇息吧。

儿童话故事 玻璃瓶中的妖(玻璃瓶中的妖怪绘本)

”儿子没有听父亲的劝告,一边吃着面包一边在林子里转悠。这天他心情格外愉快,兴致勃勃地仰望着青翠的枝条,寻找着鸟窝。

他在林中走来走去,看见了一棵枝繁叶茂的老橡树,那树树干粗大,足有几百年的树龄,他站在老橡树下,心想:“肯定有许多鸟在上边筑巢。”忽然,他觉得听见了一点儿动静。

小伙子屏息静听,果然听见一个低沉的声音在说:“放我出去!放我出去!”他四处搜寻,却什么也没有发现,似乎那声音是从地底下钻出来的。他于是大声喊叫道:“你在哪儿啊”那声音回答说:“我在这儿,埋在老橡树的树根下面。

放我出去!放我出去!”小伙子开始在树根周围挖了起来,终于在一处小土坑里找到了一只玻璃瓶。他抢起玻璃瓶,对着阳光看了看,只见有一个青蛙模样的小东西,在瓶中疯狂地上窜下跳。

“放我出去!放我出去!”那个小东西又喊了起来,而小伙子呢,想也没想就拔掉了瓶塞。说时迟,那时快,那个精灵一下子就从玻璃瓶里窜了出来,立刻开始不停地变大,转瞬之间,变成了一个十分可怕的巨人,个头儿有小伙子跟前的那棵老橡树的一半那么高。

“你知道吗,”这个大妖怪声音粗哑,语气吓人,问小伙子,“你把我放出来,会得到什么回报呀”“不知道,”小伙子毫无惧色地回答说,“我怎么会知道呢”“我为此一定得拧断你的脖子。”妖怪回答说。

“你要是早点儿告诉我就好啦,我就不会放你出来了。我的脑袋嘛,你可碰不得,你必须先去和其它的人商量商量才是。

”“什么这个那个的,反正你一定得接受你应该得到的回报。难道你以为,我是被无缘无故地关押在那儿的吗不是的,这是对我的惩罚。

我是威力无比的墨丘利尤斯呀,不管谁放我出来,我一定得拧断他的脖子。”“好吧,”小伙子冷静地回答说,“不过,这可急不得。

首先呢,你得向我证明一下,刚才坐在那个小瓶子里的人确确实实就是你这么个庞然大物。你要是能再钻进去,我就服气了,然后,我就任你处置好啦。

”妖怪趾高气扬地回答道:“小菜一碟。”说着就开始把身子缩小,越缩越小,最后小到能够从瓶口钻进去了。

妖怪刚钻进瓶子里,小伙子立刻麻利地把瓶塞用力塞紧,随手把瓶子扔回到树根旁的老地方。妖怪就这样被挫败了。

此时,小伙子打算回到父亲身边去。谁知那个妖怪却尖着嗓子凄凄惨惨地嚎叫起来:“喂,放我出去吧!放我出去吧!”小伙子斩钉截铁地回答说“不!”,他绝不再做那种蠢事了。

可妖怪硬叫他听听条件……——保证不拧断他的脖子,还给他一大笔财富,他一辈子也花不完,用不尽。“大概,”小伙子回答道,“你想用刚才的办法再骗我一次。

小怪物六六他是什么?是动物还是食物?我刚拿到这本书,就有许多的疑问,我迫不及待的打看书,开始看。故事主要内容:啤酒瓶儿先生在路上看到一个名叫六六的怪物,红色的头发,满脸是墨点。啤酒瓶儿先生就把六六带到了家里。房东太太——红菜花太

小怪物六六他是什么?是动物还是食物?我刚拿到这本书,就有许多的疑问,我迫不及待的打看书,开始看。故事主要内容:啤酒瓶儿先生在路上看到一个名叫六六的怪物,红色的头发,满脸是墨点。啤酒瓶儿先生就把六六带到了家里。房东太太——红菜花太

1 有的人走了就再也没回来过,所以,等待和犹豫才是这个世界上最无情的杀手。

2 在你面前我变得很低很低,低到尘埃里。但我的心里是喜欢的,从尘埃里开出花来。(张爱玲在送给胡兰成的照片背面题写)

3 情,亲情我们之间无所不有,却唯独没有爱情。

4 如果情感和岁月也能轻轻撕碎,扔到海中,那么,我愿意从此就在海底沉默。你的言语,我爱听,却不懂得,我的沉默,你愿见,却不明白.

5 爱,从来就是一件千回百转的事。不曾被离弃,不曾受伤害,怎懂得爱人?爱,原来是一种经历,但愿人长久你喜欢那些呢?有什么感悟呢?

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