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About C. Charles Norris Williamson — was a British writer, motoring journalist and founder of the Black and White who was perhaps best known for his collaboration with his wife, Alice Muriel Williamson , in a number of novels and travelogues.
He spent eight years as a journalist on the Graphic befor Charles Norris Williamson — was a British writer, motoring journalist and founder of the Black and White who was perhaps best known for his collaboration with his wife, Alice Muriel Williamson , in a number of novels and travelogues. He spent eight years as a journalist on the Graphic before establishing the Black and White in as founding editor.
He published a Life of Carlyle in Several of the Williamsons' short stories and novels later became films. Books by C.
Trivia About The Lion's Mouse. Serdar asked if we could put up more beginner stories. So, here they are! So Serdar, hopefully this will be good for you, but do let me know if you want even more beginner stories. I would really love to hear what you think about the show and if you have any suggestions.
So do go and leave a comment, like Serdar. Go to EasyStoriesInEnglish. And also remember there you can read the whole transcript for the episode, so the entire episode in text format. Before the story I will just explain one word. A trap is something that you lay on the ground to catch an animal. The most common type of trap is a mouse trap.
So a mouse trap is a small, wooden device that you put on the floor. You put a piece of cheese on it.
Then the mouse comes and sees the piece of cheese and when the mouse tries to eat the cheese they are caught in the trap, and they usually die. Of course, people can also get caught in traps. Companies often lay traps for people. These traps are fast food, alcohol, cigarettes, and so on. In the Great Forest there was a small mouse called Gentle. Gentle was a very sad mouse. He lived alone in a tree.
All the other animals in the forest hated him. They said that he was weak and silly.
Views Read Edit View history. The Scottish poet Robert Henryson , in a version he included in his Morall Fabillis  in the s, expands the plea that the mouse makes and introduces serious themes of law , justice and politics. A Marshall Fredericks statue of seeks to make the lion less threatening to children. In it the mouse nibbling at the net is Earl Russell , who prevailed on the House of Lords to free the leonine Daniel O'Connell from the imprisonment he had incurred for trying to repeal the Irish Act Of Union. Females can be range from 7. The story may have Ancient Egyptian roots. In the fable was adapted to a two-minute animated cartoon ending with an advertisement for Coca-Cola as a promoter of friendship.
All he wanted was a friend. I am not smart like the other mice. I am not funny like the foxes. I am not quick like the birds. And I am not strong like the lion.
There was one lion who lived in the Great Forest. The lion was called Crush. Everyone was scared of Crush the lion. Gentle looked up. Of all animals to meet, he saw Crush was in front of him.
He was lying a few metres ahead. But the lion was sleeping. Gentle should have run away. Crush the lion was very strong, and very dangerous. But Gentle wanted to stop being so weak.
A Lion lay asleep in the forest, his great head resting on his paws. A timid little Mouse came upon him unexpectedly, and in her fright and haste to get away, ran . The Lion and the Mouse A lion lay asleep in the forest, his great head resting on his paws. A timid little mouse came upon him unexpectedly, and in her fright.
None of the other mice went near Crush. If he went near him, he could tell the other mice.
They would think he was strong. They would want to be his friend! Carefully, Gentle climbed onto Crush and looked at him.