Carlo Collodi's children's novel The Adventures of Pinocchio has been adapted a vast amount of times since it was first printed in 1883. The narrative follows the familiar tale of a woodcarver named Geppetto who crafts a wooden puppet that he names Pinocchio. After being brought to life, Pinocchio dreams only of becoming a real boy so that he and Geppetto can be a proper family. Prone to fabricating stories, Pinocchio is known for his short nose that grows longer each time he tells a lie. A tale of family and the importance of telling the truth, Pinocchio is has transcended the test of time and proved to be one of the most beloved fairy tales among not only children, but adults as well.