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Kolobok (The Little Round Bun)


Once upon a time there lived an old man and his wife.

One day the old woman went into the pantry and saw that there It turned out just right, crunchy side, delicious aroma.

Old woman put Kolobok

russian oldwomanon the window sill to cool. Kolobok looked around, jumped off and ran away Kolobok rolled along and met the Rabbit.

“Kolobok, Kolobok, I will eat you.” Said the Rabbit.

russian hear“Don’t eat me, I will sing you a song.” Said Kolobok and began to sing: “I’m a happy Kolobok, with a crunchy brown side. In the oven I was baked, on the window sill cooled. From old man I ran away, from old woman too. I will run away from you.” and Kolobok ran along and met the wolf.

“Kolobok, I will eat you.” Said the Wolf.

russian wolf“Don’t eat me, Wolf, I will sing you a song.” Said Kolobok and began to sing: “I’m a happy Kolobok, with a crunchy brown side. In the oven I was baked, on the window sill cooled. From old man I ran away, from old woman too. I ran away from Rabbit and will run away from you.” Kolobok rolled on his way and met the Bear.

“Kolobok, Kolobok, I will eat you.” Grumbled the Bear.

russian bear“Don’t eat me, I will sing you a song.” Said Kolobok and started singing: “I’m a happy Kolobok, with a crunchy brown side. In the oven I was baked, on the window sill cooled. From old man I ran away, from old woman too. I ran away from Rabbit and Wolf and will run away from you.” Kolobok rolled away from Bear. As he rolled along, Kolobok saw the Fox.

“Kolobok, Kolobok,” called the Fox

russian tale“I will eat you.” “Don’t eat me, Fox, I will sing you a song.” Said Kolobok and started singing: “I’m a happy Kolobok, with a crunchy brown side. In the oven I was baked, on the window sill cooled. From old man I ran away, from old woman too. I ran away from Rabbit, Wolf and Bear, and will run away from you.”

“What a wonderful song.” Said Fox. Too bad I am hard of hearing. Come closer and sing for me again, so I can hear better.” Said fox. Kolobok climbed closer, and as he began to sing . . .

And the Fox ate kolobok. The End.