Page:Collodi - The Story of a Puppet, translation Murray, 1892.djvu/39

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Geppetto returns home, makes the puppet
          new feet, and gives him the breakfast
          that the poor man had brought for

Poor Pinocchio, whose eyes were still half shut from sleep, had not as yet discovered that his feet were burnt off. The moment, therefore, that he heard his father's voice he slipped off his stool to run and open the door; but after stumbling two or three times he fell his whole length on the floor.

And the noise he made in falling was as if a sack of wooden ladles had been thrown from a fifth story.