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By: Yajaira Rodriguez La Casita de Chocolate ~The Chocolate House~
La Casita de Chocolate En un pais lejano vivian un padre y sus dos hijos. ~In a place far away lived a dad and his two kids.~
La Casita de Chocolate Tenian una madrastra que los asia trabajar. ~They had a stepmother, that would make them work.~
La Casita de Chocolate Un dia los mando al bosque. Los ninos se avian perdido, y tenia miedo. ~One day she sent them to the forest. The kids got lost and they were scared.~
La Casita de Chocolate Siguieron caminando, y de pronto devisaron una casa de chocolate. ~They kept walking, and all of the sudden they spotted a house made of chocolate.~
La Casita de Chocolate Empesaron a comerse la casa. Cuando de repente les salio una bruja. ~They started to eat the house. When all of the sudden a witch appeared~
La Casita de Chocolate La bruja ensero, a el hermano, para que se isiera gordo. La hermana la ponia a trabajar. ~She locked the boy so he would get fat, and she would make the sister work.~
La Casita de Chocolate Revisaba a el hermano si estaba gordo, para darcelo a su ogro amigo. ~She would check if the boy was fat to give him to her friend.~
La Casita de Chocolate Un dia la nina no pudo sacar agua. La bruja trato de ayudar y se callo. ~One day the girl couldnt get water and the witch tried to help but fell down the well.~
La Casita de Chocolate La hermana corrio y salvo a sus hermano, y corrieron a casa. ~The girl saved her brother, and they ran home to safety.~
La Casita de Chocolate Estaban con su papa y vivieron contentos. ~They were with their dad and they lived happily.~
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