Once upon a time, in a very far wood, there was a small house where lived two sisters. The elder ‘s name was Ester and the other ‘s one was Sharon. They used to go into the wood every day to pick up wild fruits.
One day, while they were in the wood ,the two sisters felt observed as someone was spying them .They looked around ,but they saw no one. The girls were so terrified that rushed home. The next day they went again in the wood and while Sharon was picking some fruits she saw a shadow.
Frightened she ran straight to her sister and told her everything. However, they continued to pick up fruits and suddenly they heard some footsteps, but they didn’t see anyone. They were continuing picking when they heard noises coming from behind a bush from which emerged two clumsy and cute elves. The two elves introduced themselves to the sisters and told them that an ugly and evil witch was spying on them because she wanted to carry off them. The sisters confirmed that they had noticed someone was spying them without seeing anyone. After a long conversation, the two sisters invited the elves in their home; they accepted their invitation kindly.
The next day all together went into the wood ,while they were picking up some fruits, a bully and clumsy old woman appeared from behind a tree. The elves recognized her, the witch and screaming said to the sisters to run away.
Unfortunately, there was nothing to do. During their desperate running away, the two sisters were captured and took to the witch by bad elves set free by her. The good elves escaped from all that, went and told their friend Fairy what happened.
She immediately sent two elves to the witch’s dark cave, where they found the two girls reduced into slavery the Fairy was informed that they were seriously in a danger. So she decided to get that awful – place while the elves were setting the poor girls free, the Fairy diverted the ugly witch also to facilitate their escape. Once distant enough from that awful cave, they realized that the Fairy was still there and, a bit warried about, they stood waiting for her