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  1. 经典的童话故事书籍有哪些
  2. 简短的英语童话故事 50 字左右
  3. 经典格林童话故事双语阅读

一、经典的童话故事书籍有哪些

1、相传古时候,在古阿拉伯的海岛上,有一个萨桑王国,国王名叫山努亚。有一天,山努亚和他的弟弟萨曼来到一片紧邻大海的草原,当他们正在一棵树下休息时,突然海中间冒起一个黑色的水柱,一个女郎来到了他们身边,并告诉他们天下所有的妇女都是不可信赖、不可信任的。

2、国王山努亚和弟弟萨曼回到萨桑王国后,发现王后行为不端,他们便杀死王后。从此,山努亚深深地厌恶妇女便又杀死宫女,他存心报复,又开始每天娶一个女子来过一夜,次日便杀掉再娶,完全变成了一个暴君。这样年复一年,持续了三个年头,整整杀掉了一千多个女子。

3、宰相的大女儿山鲁佐德,对父亲说她要嫁给国王,她要试图拯救千千万万的女子。山鲁佐德进宫后每天晚上都给国王讲一个故事,但是她却每天晚上讲,而且只讲开头和中间,不讲结尾。国王为了听故事的结尾,就把杀山鲁佐德的日期延迟了一天又一天。就这样,山鲁佐德每天讲一个故事,她的故事无穷无尽,一个比一个精彩,一直讲到第一千零一夜,终于感动了国王。山努亚说:“凭安拉的名义起誓,我决心不杀你了,你的故事让我感动。我将把这些故事记录下来,永远保存。”于是,便有了《一千零一夜》这本书。

4、汉斯·克里斯蒂安·安徒生(Hans Christian Andersen,1805 年 4 月 2 日-1875 年 8 月 4 日)丹麦作家,诗人,因为他的童话故事而世界闻名。他最著名的童话故事有《小锡兵》、《冰雪女王》、《拇指姑娘》、《卖火柴的小女孩》、《丑小鸭》和《红鞋》等。其创作的童话被称为“安徒生童话”。

5、童话是一个令人神往又充满奇异色彩的世界。在这里一切都有了灵性,花瓣上睡着可爱的玫瑰花精灵、森林里住着挥舞魔棒的小天使、海底里沉睡着的美人鱼、草原上生活着的百合姑娘……各种鸟儿、动物、植物都会说话,都会表达情感。在童话的世界里可以满足你的好奇心,可以让你想象的翅膀吏加丰满。它就像天空中的一轮明月,照亮孩子的童心;就像大海上的导航灯,引导孩子进入浩瀚无边的快乐世界。

6、《格林童话》带有浓厚的地域特色、民族特色,富于趣味性和娱乐性,对培养儿童养成真、善、美的良好品质有积极意义宝宝绘本故事。

7、格林兄弟出生于莱茵河畔的哈瑙(Hanau),具有很高创造力,将当时民间的文学资料搜集起来,并合而为一,哥哥雅各布·格林是严谨的史家,弟弟威廉·格林文笔优美,最后他们共同编成《儿童与家庭童话集》(KinderundHausmärchen),亦即《格林童话》,1812 年格林童话第一集出版,包含了 86 篇童话故事,第二集增加了 70 个故事,内容不断扩充,格林兄弟生前出版(第七版)的故事集有 200 则,加上圣徒传说多达 210 则,再加上补遗就有 215 则。其中以《灰姑娘》、《白雪公主》、《小红帽》、《睡美人》、《糖果屋》、《青蛙王子》、《渔夫和他的妻子》、《野狼和七只小羊》、《大拇指》、《勇敢的小裁缝》、《不莱梅的城市乐手》、《穿靴子的猫》最为著名。

8、《爱丽丝梦游仙境》(又名爱丽丝漫游奇境;英语:Alice's Adventures in Wonderland)是英国作家查尔斯·路德维希·道奇森以笔名路易斯·卡罗尔于 1865 年出版的儿童文学作品。故事叙述一个名叫爱丽丝的女孩从兔子洞进入一处神奇国度,遇到许多会讲话的生物以及像人一般活动的纸牌,最后发现原来是一场梦。本书出版之后即广受欢迎,儿童和成人都喜爱这部作品,并且反复再版至今。至今已有超过五十种语言的译本,上百种不同版本,以及许多戏剧、电影等改编作品。在英文中,本书通常被简称为 Alice in Wonderland,并适用于大部分的改编作品。

9、《木偶奇遇记》是科洛迪的代表作,发表于 1880 年。当仁慈木匠皮帕诺睡觉的时候,梦见一位蓝色的天使赋予他最心爱的木偶皮诺曹生命,于是小木偶开始了他的冒险。如果他要成为真正的男孩,他必须通过勇气、忠心以及诚实的考验。在历险中,他因贪玩而逃学,因贪心而受骗,还因此变成了驴子。最后,他掉进一只大鲸鱼的腹中,意外与皮帕诺相逢……经过这次历险,皮诺曹终于长大了,他变得诚实、勤劳、善良,成为了一个真真正正的男孩。该作品于 1940 年被迪斯尼公司改编为动画电影,后分别于 1983 年和 2002 年翻拍真人版。

10、当孩子处在适应力最强、语言学习能力最强的关键时期,进行外语启蒙可以获得事半功倍的效果。在对孩子进行外语启蒙的过程中,选择一本适当的双语读物是至关重要的。

11、“迪士尼双语小影院”系列是您的最佳选择。这套故事书既有趣,能够凭借生动的故事情节和可爱的人物形象赢得孩子的喜爱,又难易适度,让孩子能够轻松入门,掌握基本的外语知识。他们的英语能力却相当有限。如果双语读物太复杂,会打击孩子的学习热情,如果太简单,又会让孩子觉得无趣。

12、“迪士尼双语小影院”系列采用中英双语“不对称”对照的方式,中文部分生动有趣,英文部分简单易懂,同时解决了孩子外语学习的意愿和能力问题。为了使孩子的英语水平在阅读中得到切实的提高,我们为每本书设置了一到两个英语学习主题。同时,“迪士尼双语小影院”系列还以其特有的迪士尼动画片故事情节激发孩子的想象力和创造力。

13、这套故事书还设置了两个不同的级别。您可以根据孩子的英语水平选择适当的级别,使孩子的英语能力在阅读中得到逐步提高。

二、简短的英语童话故事 50 字左右

儿童双语文学童话故事 双语经典童话绘本

1.谁有英语的童话故事。50 字左右,不要对话

的双语故事非常多的,尤其是英文原版儿童读物非常适合。

2.一个 50 字左右的英语童话故事~

The inventingest inventor(an American tall tale)

Now, everyone knows the world has all kinds of liars. There are the fellas who lie for their own benefit, and they don’t care how the lies make you feel. And there are the liars who try to make you think that they think you’re the*** artest or the prettiest or the most wonderful person in the world only because they want something from you.

But the best liars are the liars who love a lie so much they’ll go on forever telling you the whole whopping story. Those kinds of liars will stay up long after midnight telling you their tales. Those liars, in fact, don’t want a thing from you. They only want to spin a yarn.

People say that’s the kind of liar Bergstrom Stromberg was.

Bergstrom Stromberg was the fellow who always told stories about his great-uncle, Febold Feboldson, the famous Swedish inventor. Stromberg says his uncle was such a great inventor t……

The frogs and the well 青蛙和井 Two frogs lived together in a marsh. One hot summer the marsh dried up, so they had to leave it and look for another place. They soon found a deep well. One of them looked down and said to the other,”This is a nice cool place. Let’s jump in and settle down here.” The other frog was much wiser. He replied,”Don’t be so fast, my friend. If this well dries up like the marsh, how should we get out again?”青蛙和井两只青蛙住在沼泽里。在一个炎热的夏季,沼泽干涸了,因此他们不得不离开去寻找新的湿地。他们很快发现一口深井。其中一只向下看了看对另一只说:“这是个凉爽的好地方,就住这里吧。”而另一只较明智,它说:“别着急,朋友,如果这口井也干了的话,我们怎么出来呢?”寓意:凡事应该首先考虑周到,然后再付诸行动。

As the legend goes, ring ancient times, in the expansive open country of North China, there was a kind of birds called”rocs”.

The roc was very huge, with its back like a big mountain, and its wings like a stretch of cloud which could cover the sky. When it spread its wings, it could break through a storm and soar at a height of 90,000 li(1/2 kilometre) in the sky towards the sea in the south.

A*** all bird called the quail1 bounced on the ground, free and happy. It looked up at the roc soaring in the sky and couldn’t help laughing:”Hey, see how cocky you are! Look at me, one jump can take me over 10 chi. How delightful2! Every day I e and go amid these weeds and thickets3 and fly freely. Don’t I fly quite well too? But, where can you fly to anyway?”

译文:传说,古时候中国北方的原野上有一种鸟,它的名字叫“鹏”。

鹏长得很大,背脊像一座大山,翅膀像一大片云,能把天空遮住。它张开翅膀能冲破风暴,在九万里高的天空中飞翔,一直飞向南方的大海。

有一只叫鹦雀的小鸟,在地上蹦蹦跳跳,自由自在,非常快活。它望着天空中展翅飞翔的大鹏,忍不住发笑,说:“咳,看你神气活现的!我呀,一蹦一跳,就有十几尺,多么痛快啊!我每天在这些杂草和树丛里,来来去去,自由飞翔,不也飞得挺好吗?可是,你又能飞到哪里去呢?”

The deer feared the leopard1 cat, the leopard cat feared the tiger, and the tiger the brown bear.

The brown bear resembled the fox but was bigger in size. It had long fur on its head, and could stand up like man. It had great strength and would devour2 man.

In the south of the State of Chu, there was a hunter good at ventriloquy. With a bamboo pipe he could imitate the cries of various kinds of wild animals.

Once, carrying his bow, arrows and firearms, he quietly went hunting in the mountain.

Up on the mountain, he first imitated the cries of the deer to lure3 the horde4 of deer to e over, so that he could shoot at them with the firearms. The leopard cat heard the cries of the deer and came running to devour the deer. The hunter was afraid of the leopard cat, so he hurriedly imitated the roar of the tiger to scare away the leopard cat. Hardly had the leopard cat been scared away when the tiger heard the roar and came. At this moment, the hunter was even more frightened, so he imitated the cries of the brown bear. As a result, the tiger was scared away like the leopard cat.

Then, when the brown bear heard the cries, it came to look for its panions. Seeing that it was a man, the brown bear at once struck him with its front paws, and tore him up with its teeth. In a short while, the hunter was torn to pieces and devoured5 by the brown bear.

译文:鹿害怕驱,驱害怕老虎,老虎害怕黑。

黑像狐狸,但是体形比较大。它头上披着长毛,能够像人一样站立起来,力气很大,要要吃人。

楚国南方有一个猎人口技很好。他会用竹管来模仿各种野兽的叫声。

儿童双语文学童话故事 双语经典童话绘本

有一次,他拿着弓箭和火器悄悄上山打猎。

上山以后,他先学鹿的叫声,想引诱鹿群过来,再用火器射猎。驱一听是鹿叫,就快步跑来想吃鹿。猎人害怕,急忙又学虎啸来吓走它。驱刚刚被虎啸吓跑,可是老虎却闻声赶到了。这时候,猎人更加害怕,于是就学黑叫。结果,老虎也像驱一样逃跑了。

后来,黑听见叫声,就来寻找同伴。刚走到前面,它一看是一个人,就立刻用前爪打他,用牙齿撕他,不一会儿,把猎人撕成碎块吃掉了。

There is a bad wolf in the forest. One day he is eating a lamb. Suddenly a bone sticks in his throat.

“Oh, a bone is my throat.” He goes to see a doctor,“Please help me.” The doctor, Mr. Panda says,“Sorry, I can’t help you. The bone is inside.”

“What can I do?” the wolf is sad. Then he meets a crane.“Oh, dear crane. Please help me. A bone is in my throat. I will pay for your help.”

“Ok. Let me have a try,” the crane says. She pulls out the bone with her bill.“Now I will go. Remember your words. You should pay me,” she says.

“Well. Pay you. I remember,” the wolf says. With the words, the wolf bites off the crane’s neck and eats her up.

森林里有一只很坏的狼。一天,他正在吃一只羊羔.突然一根骨头卡在他的喉咙里了。

“哎呀,一根骨头卡在我的喉咙里了。”他赶忙去看医生,“请帮帮我吧。”医生熊猫先生说:“很抱歉,我帮不了你。骨头卡在里面。”

“我该怎么办啊?”狼伤心。后来他遇到一只鹤。“亲爱的鹤小姐,请救救我吧,一根头卡在我的喉咙里了。我会给你报酬的。”

“好吧。我试试看。”鹤小姐说。她用她的长嘴把骨头拉了出来。“现在我要走了。记住你的话,你该给我报酬的。”

“好的,给你报酬。”狼突然说,突然咬住鹤的长脖子,把她吃了。

5.英语童话故事带翻译 50 字数五年级上册

风和太阳(The Wind And The Sun)

One day the wind said to the sun,“Look at that man walking along the road.I can get his cloak off more quickly than you can.”

(有一天风跟太阳说:“看看那个沿着路上走的人.我可以比你快让他把披风脱下来.)

“We will see about that,” said the sun.“I will let you try first.”

(“我们等着看吧,”太阳说,“我让你先试.)

So the wind tried to make the man take off his cloak.He blew and blew,but the man only pulled his cloak more closely around himself.

(因此风尝试让那个人把披风脱下来.他用力地吹,可是那个人把披风拉得更紧.)

“I give up,” said the wind at last.“I cannot get his cloak off.” Then the sun tried.He shone as hard as he could.The man soon became hot and took off his cloak.

(“我放弃了,”风最后说,“我无法让他把披风脱下来.”然后由太阳试试看.他尽可能地晒他.不久,那个人很热就把披风脱下来了.)

童话故事名:贪心的狮子 Greedy Lion.

狮子在树下抓到一只正在睡觉的兔子,正想饱餐一顿,却又看到一只鹿从旁边经过,又贪心的丢下兔子去追鹿。

The lion caught a sleeping rabbit under the tree and was trying to have a good meal.

However, he saw a deer passing by and greedily left the rabbit to chase the deer.

狮子追了很远,可是还是让鹿逃跑了,於是又赶回树下,但野兔早已不见纵影了。

The lion ran for a long time, but the deer ran away and returned to the tree, but the hare had already disappeared.

狮子很懊恼地说:我真是活该,因为贪心,反而两头落空。

The lion said ruefully: I really deserve it, because of greed, but the o ends fell.

做许多事不能持之以恒,三心两意,一会儿想做这,一会儿又想做那,到时候也是两头落空。不能从失败中记取教训的人,他们的成功之路是遥远的。

(6)简短的英语童话故事 50 字左右扩展阅读:

从表现方法来看,童话故事分为超人体童话、拟人体童话和常人体童话三种。

1、超人体童话所描写的是超自然的人物及其活动,主人公常为神魔仙妖、巨人侏儒之类,他们大都有变幻莫测的魔法和种种不平凡的技艺,这类童话多见于民间童话和古典童话之中。

如:在《五彩云毯》中,白衣仙女、太阳神、雨神等都是超自然的人物,七仙女采集各色云朵,编织云毯等等行为。

2、拟人体童话是指幼儿童话常采用拟人体的写法。

如:在《小象滑梯过生日》中,小金丝猴、小兔、小松鼠、小狗等动物以及本来没有生命的大象滑梯等都会讲话,都有各种行为和感情。

3、人体童话是文学作品中处理人物的一种手段,多具有讽刺性和象征性。

如:在《胖子学校》中,不管是歪歪校长也好,主考老师也好,或是圆圆、球球、团团也好,虽然都是普通人,但在现实世界中,却又无法找到这样的人。

这三者并非截然分开的,有时互有联系。也就是说,在一篇童话中,可能既有常人体表现方法,也有拟人体表现方法。以此类推,其它也是如此。

A: Which do you find more important, money or friends?

B: I can always borrow money from friends.

甲:你认为钱和朋友哪一个更重要?

乙:我总可以从朋友那儿借到钱。

At a court the judge is interrogating a mugger but gets into difficulty because the mugger is a foreigner who doesn’t speak English.”Don’t you speak English at all?” the judge asks.”Only a few words,” replies the mugger.

法庭上法官正审问一个抢劫犯,由于该犯是一个不会说英语的外国人,审问很困难。”你一点英语都不会说吗?”法官问。”我只会说几个词。”抢劫犯回答。

A mother is admonishing her son.

—-Now, John, don’t be selfish. Let your little brother share the bicycle with you.

—-But Mother, I do. I ride it down the hill, and he rides it up the hill.

“听着,约翰,别太自私,让你的弟弟和你共用一辆自行车。”

“妈妈,我是让他。我先骑下坡,他再骑上坡

8.急需~ 50 字左右的英文版童话故事

您好,我的答案是、Today, I read”Snow White.” Major topics of a queen to give birth to a snow-white skin, red lips, a daughter and she gave birth to a daughter, as she wished the Princess’s skin white as snow, lips red, so named Snow White. Snow White Queen, when the living dead. The king married a new queen, the new Queen, there are side mirror on the wall, the new queen every day, asking who is the world’s most beautiful Mirror, mirror on the wall said: It is you. This would ask the mirror each day the Queen. One day, mirror on the wall is you, but no Snow White, the United States several times more than you. The Queen is very angry, so she sent to kill Snow White, but the Queen sent Snow White, who do not have the heart to kill, but to put Snow White. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs encountered, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs shelter, the queen that Snow White did not die, they start with himself. Although the queen won. But the prince saved Snow White. Queen also dies eventually.

This fairy tale tells us that we should not have a jealous heart, to do a good people, good will overe evil with evil means will not achieve victory. To stay petitive to pete on the open and aboveboard.谢谢

三、经典格林童话故事双语阅读

1、《格林童话》产生于十九世纪初,是由德国著名语言学家,雅可布·格林和威廉·格林兄弟收集、整理、加工完成的德国民间文学。它是世界童话的经典之作,自问世以来,在世界各地影响十分广泛。格林兄弟以其丰富的想象、优美的语言给孩子们讲述了一个个神奇而又浪漫的童话故事。《格林童话》带有浓厚的地域特色、民族特色,富于趣味性和娱乐性,对培养儿童养成真、善、美的良好品质有积极意义。下面我为大家带来,希望大家喜欢!

2、 Ages ago, when God himself walked uponearth, the ground’s fertility was much GREaterthan it now is. At that time the ears did not returnfifty or sixty-fold, but rather four to five hundred-fold. The kernels grew from the bottom to the top ofthe stalk. However long the stalk was, that wasalso the length of the ear. But it is the way ofhumankind, that when they have a surplus they donot value the blessings that e from God, but instead bee indifferent and frivolous.

3、 One day a woman was walking along a grain field, and her little child, who was jumpingalong beside her, fell into a puddle and got his clothes dirty. The mother tore off a handful ofthe beautiful ears of grain and cleaned his clothes with them.

4、 the Lord was just then passing by, and when he saw her doing this, he became angry andsaid,“From this time forth the grain-stalk shall bear no more ears of grain. Humans are notworthy of this heavenly gift.”

5、 the bystanders who heard this were horrified, fell to their knees, and begged him toleave at least something on the grain-stalk, even if they did not deserve it, at least for thesake of the innocent chickens, who otherwise would starve to death.

6、 the Lord, foreseeing the misery that would e, took pity on them and granted theirwish 儿童励志故事. Thus the ear at the top of the stalk remained, just as it grows today.

7、远古时代,当上帝亲自巡视大地时,土地的产量比现在高得多。那时,麦穗不只结五六十粒,而是四五百粒,麦秆从头到脚长满了麦粒,秆有多长,穗就有多长。然而人类是如此的浅俗,他们生活丰裕时,就不再珍惜上苍的恩赐,以致变得漫不经心、大手大脚。一天,一位妇女路经一片麦地,她的小孩在她身边跑着,一下跌进了泥坑里,弄脏了小衣服。

8、于是,这位母亲扯下一把漂亮的麦穗,用它擦净了衣服。

9、碰巧上帝从这儿经过,见到这情形他非常生气,说:“从此麦秆不再结穗,人类不配再获得上苍的赐予。”周围的人听到这话吓坏了,纷纷跪下,祈求上帝仍留些麦穗于秆上,即使人类不配这一恩赐,但是为了那些无辜的家禽,求上帝开恩,否则它们就会饿死。上帝预见到人类的苦难,可怜他们,答应了这一请求。于是麦穗留了下来,就像现在生长的这样子。

10、 Once upon a time there was a clever, wilypeasant, whose tricks could be much talked about.The best story, however, is how he once got the bestof the devil and made a fool of him. One day thepeasant had been working in his field, and just as itwas getting dark he was getting ready to go homewhen in the middle of his field he saw a pile ofburning coals. Filled with amazement he walkedtoward it, and sitting on the top of the glowing coals there was a little black devil.

11、”You must be sitting on a treasure,” said the peasant.

12、”Yes indeed,” replied the devil,”on a treasure that contains more gold and silver than youhave ever seen in your life.”

13、”the treasure is in my field and belongs to me,” said the peasant.

14、”It is yours,” answered the devil,”if for two years you will give me one half of everythingyour field produces. I have enough money, but I have a desire for the fruits of the earth.”

15、 the peasant entered into the bargain, saying,”To prevent any dispute from arising aboutthe division, everything above the ground shall belong to you, and everything beneath theground to me.”

16、 the devil was quite satisfied with that, but the cunning peasant had planted turnips.

17、 Now when harvest time came the devil appeared and wanted to take away his crop, but hefound nothing except the yellow withered leaves, and the happy peasant dug up his turnips.

18、”You got the best of me this time,” said the devil,”but it won’t happen again. Next timewhat grows above ground shall be yours, and what is under it shall be mine.”

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19、”That is all right with me,” answered the peasant. When planting time came the peasant didnot plant turnips again, but wheat. The crop ripened, and the peasant went into the field andcut the full stalks off at ground level. When the devil came he found nothing but the stubble,and he angrily disappeared into a cha*** in a cliff.

20、”That’s the way one has to deal with foxes,” said the peasant, then carried away thetreasure.

21、从前有位远见卓识、机智聪明的农夫,有关他足智多谋的故事至今人们仍广为传颂。其中最精彩的要首推他曾经怎样捉弄魔鬼的故事。

22、一天,农夫在田间劳动了一整天,天黑时正准备回家,忽然发现自己的田里有堆煤在燃烧,他惊讶万分,于是便走上前去看,发现竟有一个黑色的小魔鬼走在燃烧的煤堆上。“你是坐在财宝上吗?”农夫问。“正是财宝。”魔鬼答道,“而且比你一生见到的都要多呢!”“财宝在我田里就得归我。”农夫说道。“就归你吧!”魔鬼说,“只要你肯将两年内一半的收成给我就行了。钱,我有的是,但我更喜欢地上的果实。”农夫答应了这桩交易,并说:“为了避免在我们分配时出现纠纷,凡泥土上的东西归你,泥土下的归我。”魔鬼感到心满意足,但这位聪明的农夫却种上了萝卜.

23、现在收获的季节到了,魔鬼又来了,要求收回属于他的收成。但除了那些枯黄的败叶外,他一无所获;而农夫却在兴高采烈地挖着他的萝卜.“这次让你占了便宜,”魔鬼说,“下次可不能这样。地上的归你,地下的归我。”“悉听尊便。”农夫答道。播种的季节又到了,这次他可不播萝卜,而是种上了小麦。麦子熟了,他来到田间,把麦秆齐根割倒在地。魔鬼又来了,见到除了残茬外,他又一无所获,气得转身就走,顺着石缝钻了进去。“我就是这样骗倒魔鬼的。”农夫说完,赶紧拾起财宝回家去了。

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