Jack and the beanstalk


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Jack and the Beanstalk made by me. X3

MarioLuigiCombo/ MLC

A.K.A.Omar Ivan T. Siroy

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Jack and the beanstalk

  1. 1. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Siroy, Omar Ivan T. Alba, Philip A.
  2. 2. Staring… • Illustrations by ~MLC~ • A.K.A. Omar
  3. 3. Long time ago in a far away land, lived a poor woman with her only son Jack.
  4. 4. One day the woman found that they had nothing left to eat and no money to buy food. The woman told Jack, who was already feeling hungry to take their cow to the market and sell her.
  5. 5. Jack started walking down the road towards the town. On his way towards the town Jack found a small old man walking besides him.
  6. 6. Jack refused the man and said that he will first go to the market and get the best price he can.
  7. 7. Jack reached the market. The market was very busy and crowded that time so Jack stood in the middle shouting that his cow was for sale, but nobody looked at him or his cow.
  8. 8. At the end of the day everyone started packing up. Suddenly the old man appeared in front of him.
  9. 9. Jack reached home. He gave the beans to her mother.
  10. 10. His mother threw the beans out of the window.
  11. 11. They went to bed without having anything. When Jack woke up the next morning, he saw a very strange thing. A huge green trunk was growing past the window, with enormous leaves.
  12. 12. Jack called his mother.
  13. 13. Jack climbed so high that he went through the white clouds.A path stretched in front of Jack.At a distance he could see a castle.
  14. 14. When he reached the castle, he stood in front of the huge gate and pulled the bell. A large woman came out of the gate.
  15. 15. Jack was taken into the kitchen. The table and chair were like mountains to him.
  16. 16. Loud steps, could be heard suddenly.
  17. 17. Jack went behind the gate.
  18. 18. Jack watched the giant as he ate his breakfast & very often he would stop and sniff and then carry on eating. When he was full, he called his wife…
  19. 19. The hen was tiny and sat on the table in front of him.
  20. 20. The hen began to lay eggs and they were golden eggs. Jack was looking all the things from his hiding place.
  21. 21. The giant soon began to snore and was fast asleep. Jack jumped and crept past the giant, picked up the hen and ran.
  22. 22. He ran fast out of the castle and then down through the beanstalk.
  23. 23. His mother was relieved to see him. Soon the hen started laying golden eggs. Jack and his mother became rich.
  24. 24. But Jack began to get bored after a while. One day he said to his mother…
  25. 25. Jack climbed the bean stalk again.
  26. 26. This time when he reached the castle, he hid himself in the drawer. After a while he heard loud footsteps.
  27. 27. The Giants huffed…
  28. 28. They looked high and low but could not find Jack.
  29. 29. The giant finished his dinner and called his wife…
  30. 30. His wife bought the harp and the giant stroked the string; the harp began to sing by itself. The giant smiled and yawned.
  31. 31. Soon, he went to sleep. As soon as the giant was fast asleep, Jack jumped out and grabbed the harp.
  32. 32. But, the Giant woke up when he heard the screams of the harp.
  33. 33. Jack started running. The giant got up and ran after jack.
  34. 34. Jack ran as fast as hecould and came to thebean- stalk. He climbed down as fast as he could.
  35. 35. Jack yelled…
  36. 36. His mother took one lookup and ran to fetch the axe.
  37. 37. When Jack was on the ground, his mother took the harp and handed him the axe.
  38. 38. "Whack-Whack" went the axe cutting the bean stalk . The Giant bellowed…
  39. 39. Suddenly the whole thing began to fall over.
  40. 40. The bean- stalk landed with the giant making a huge hole. The Giant was never seen again.
  41. 41. Jack and his mother lived happily forever with the golden hen and the singing harp.