Three Little Pigs (Disney's Wonderful World of Reading)
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Three Little Pigs (Disney's Wonderful World of Reading)

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Three little pigs leave home to seek their fortunes and have to deal with a wicked wolf.
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published February 12th 1973 by Random House/Grolier Book Club (first published February 12th 1972)
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Every time i read this book, I remember my sister. HAHAHAHAHA. :D
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The three little pigs lived in a house at the bottom of the hill with their mother. The big bad wolf lived at the top of the hill. One day the pigs mother told them that it was time to move out on their own so the three pigs decided to build houses of their own. She warned them to watch out for the big bad wolf because he liked to eat pigs. While the pigs were building their house the wolf was watching them. The first pig built his house of straw. The second pig built his house o...more
Aide Acuna
Main characters: The three little Pigs and the wolf
Setting: at the pigs homes
Point of view: Narrator
Plot: The story is about three little pigs who must build their own houses to live in. The first pig built his house out of straw because it was the easiest way to make a house. The second pig built his house out of sticks which was sturdier than the house made of straw. The third pig built his house out of bricks. Along came a werewolf who blew the house of straw down! Next he went to the next pi...more
Aysha Choudhury
There are many versions of the book The Three Little pigs but I feel that one of the best version is this Walt Disney version by Barbara Brenner.
The main storyline of the book is when three pigs are sent out by their Mother to each build their own houses. The book highlights the different characters of each pig by stating the material they choose to use in order to build their houses. So the first pig, being the laziest, chooses the easiest option by using straw to build his house. Along comes...more
Thomas Hogle
After reading a few different authors, Disney's version is my favorite for sure. It has been quite a while since I have heard this story, and honestly I thought it was different. There are so many different publications of it, I assume that is why. Be prepared and willing to work, I think is the moral.
Apr 30, 2008 Kirei rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: preschoolers
Shelves: younger-kids
This is a pretty good version of The Three Little Pigs. The pigs don't get eaten~~they all end up safe in the brick house. At one point, the wolf dresses as a sheep to trick the pigs, but it doesn't work. The pigs boil some water to get rid of the wolf for good.
The pictures in this book are so wonderful. I had it memorized as a child, and so did all my sisters. Now my kids have it memorized. We never get sick of this book, it is that good!
... I believe that Disney won an oscar for the tune "Who's afraid of the big bad wolf"...
Marts  (Thinker)
Had this in my Walt Disney book collection as a child.
disneys short retelling
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Barbara Brenner is a respected, award-winning author, specializing in works of both juvenile fiction and nonfiction educational material that deals with animals, nature, and ecology. Her interests range from the natural world (i.e. Thinking about Ants) to American history (e.g. Wagon Wheels), all of which are reflected in the wide scope of her work. Brenner discussed with Contemporary Authors Onli...more
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