The fairy tale JANKO HRAŠKO is a story about a little boy from a pea pod. He fell while carrying his father's lunch in the fields. The soup spilled out of the pot. John jumped into a spoon and rowed with a fork to keep from drowning. He built a bridge of dumplings so he could get out of the hole. His father wanted to beat John because he had clay between his teeth when he ate. John climbed into the ox's ear. He called HIJÓ and plowed the field. The man on horseback wanted to buy Jan as a gift for his wife. Father said: NO! John told him to sell it. He will return. The man paid for three gold ducats. He put John in his money pocket. The boy made a hole with a knife and threw the ducats. He then jumped to the ground. When John returned home, his parents were happy. Now they have a son and also gold.