To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – Chapter 7.

“Oh, Tydička, oh, oh, I crave that golden drum.”
Tydliphon, as usual, was listening unenthusiastically, so he just said, “Then I’ll take care of it for you, Flower.”
The flower jumped up from her chair, stroked Tydlík’s hair and gave him a big kiss.

The day when the fairy Květinka was supposed to have a birthday was fast. Therefore, Tydlifonek returned to his friend the boatman Vrbička after a shift.
“Brekeke, brekeke, Tydlík, how are you? Vrbička shouted to him from afar, grazing small carp in the pond.
“You have to advise me, Vrbička, Květinka will have her birthday soon and she decided that she wanted a golden drum. I promised her, but I don’t know where to find such a drum. Oh yeah!” Tydlík sighed.

To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – chapter 6.

“Brekeke is a real mess,” Vrbička said, but he whistled softly and an old catfish swam ashore. . we will find the treasure! ”

Tydlík got a beautiful water lily for Květinka and happily returned home. The flower was already waiting for him with eggplant cutlets on wild garlic.
“Yeah, you’re nice,” Tydlík said, clapping and eating.
At night during the shift, Juzka heard Ferda say: “You, Ferda, my dress is stupid as a bill, guess one morning go to the Big Pjuntek ready for Pežgovski’s lizard for some kind of treasure or something .”

“Your job, when you’re a fool, don’t you know all the treasures open to the Big Spot?” Ferda said jokingly, and they both started laughing until they grabbed each other’s bellies.

Tydlík confirmed that this would probably be true, so the next evening they went with Vrbička to the remote Pežgovský forest. They walked for a long time around Volenský rybník, where the fairy Rákosnička happily waved to them, and Vrbička, with luck, became even greener than him. Then they skirted the hunting lodge, along the old tracks to the old sandpit. It was already dark when they arrived, and they were both startled when a burly deer huffed almost behind them and glared menacingly at the two intruders.

How Tydlifonek and Vrbička described Brhlík as a bird

Has four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – chapter 5.

But then he admitted that this one wouldn’t hurt him, and with a proudly raised head, he walked away. Vrbička found the right place the catfish Hektor had told him about, and he mumbled something softly. Tydlík then opened his mouth in amazement as the rock parted and was full of glow. They entered with Vrbička and found themselves in a large and beautiful hall with a throne in the center, with the fairy Lesan herself sitting on this throne, saying: “Welcome, why did you come?” “Brekeke, brekeke,” to Tydlík.

“You, you are a beautiful fairy, I have my Kkkvětinka, you know,” stammered Tydlík, “and she wants, or, you know, she grows”, and nudged Vrbička to finish her off.
“Brekeke, brekeke bylin herb drum, you know? »
Fairy Lesana laughed and said: “I will give you a golden drum for Květinka, but you have to dance with us.”

The music clapped and began to play, clapping a second time, and ten fairies danced, one more beautiful than the other,
they grabbed Tydlík and Vrbička and started dancing. They danced and danced and danced, and both of them would have completely forgotten why they had come if it hadn’t been for the sharp knocks and two female voices: “Rock, open…”

How miner Juzek and elf Tydlifonek saw the real devil

To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof – Chapter 4.

Then Lesana clapped and the fairies disappeared, clapped a second time and the music stopped, clapped a third time and the rock opened. Tydlík grabbed Vrbička and she ran away, not even looking back which of the people was also looking for treasure on Good Friday.

When they got far enough, they stopped, breathed and Vrbička said, “We were lucky, brekeke, those fairies would dance us, brekekeke, but we don’t have a drum, well, brekeke.
“But we did,” laughed the elf Tydlifon. “While we were dancing, I saw the golden drum attached to the waist of the green fairy that I danced with, so I gave her a kiss, you know, and took the drum from her.”

Then they went home happily and Květinka, she was glad that they came back and also from the golden drum. She was already looking forward to growing the magic herb with him.

In the next part you will learn how the fairy Květinka “Kobylím mlékem” cured the fairy Rákosnička. So don’t forget, tomorrow you can read another story about Tydlík with the children again on our website!

Mrs. Žofie Zejdová from Šenov sent us a fairy tale for her books “To four oaks, three willows, under a green roof” to our special Write Fairy Tales. “The main thing is that the children like it! I send a photo with Tydlifon, who had no choice but to greet you in person. Tydlík is also very worried and said to me: “Well, so that the ghost and everyone who reads this thing can understand what Ferd z Juzkym has done, because we will no longer understand the same as our shunov gizdi.” So I reassured him that everyone would surely understand the two or three sentences of our Šenov dialect,” said Žofie Zejdová.

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