The Three Little Pigs

Three little pigs set off to build new homes for themselves But someone big and bad soon comes looking for a tasty piggy snack Can the pigs outwit the wicked wolf My First Fairytales are a magical introduction to the well loved stories that are a key part of every childhood With fresh and fun illustrations, these simple re tellings of classic fairy tales make a perfeThree little pigs set off to build new homes for themselves But someone big and bad soon comes looking for a tasty piggy snack Can the pigs outwit the wicked wolf My First Fairytales are a magical introduction to the well loved stories that are a key part of every childhood With fresh and fun illustrations, these simple re tellings of classic fairy tales make a perfect read for young and old alike
The Three Little Pigs Three little pigs set off to build new homes for themselves But someone big and bad soon comes looking for a tasty piggy snack Can the pigs outwit the wicked wolf My First Fairytales are a magical int

  • Title: The Three Little Pigs
  • Author: Mara Alperin Agnieszka Jatkowska
  • ISBN: 9781848956582
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Three Little Pigs”

    1. While planning the storytime where I read this, I checked out several different versions of "The Three Little Pigs." This was my favorite because of the friendly, clear pictures and the inclusion of classic lines. To me this fairy tale just isn't itself without the inclusion of pigs talking about the hairs on their "chinny-chin-chins!" A perfect way to introduce this story, or a classic version to contrast with variations.

    2. This is a great book to read with students because it has humor and students enjoy anticipating what may happen next. This is great to use in the classroom and an activity could involve students creating their own version and reading it aloud to the class.

    3. I really enjoyed this version of the Three Little Pigs. It is bright, cheerful, and silly. It's great for younger students because it is more detailed. The pigs are given names, plus the mother warns them about the wolf and cautions them to build a strong house. The first two pigs want to build a house quick so they can play (what kids won't relate to that!?), but the third pig, Percy, even asks them if they are sure that is what they want to do. Most of the story is traditional: huff and puff, [...]

    4. This book was part of a Easy Reader Fairy Tale set of four. All of the stories have been changed (and softened) slightly, and are written to be accessible to young readers. The three little pigs in this book were given names, which was a nice touch, and none of them, nor the wolf, died, which was an even nicer touch.

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