The Three Little Pigs
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The Three Little Pigs

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A funny retelling of the classic fairy tale of the three little pigs, with lift-the-flap surprises.
Published February 1st 2005 by Pan MacMillan
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Jessica Harper
A traditional tale but an excellent book for the early years. This book includes repetition and takes the children on an exciting journey to see which house the wolf can and cannot destroy. In the early years setting this book links in great with many early learning goals and then children can use the theme of the book when playing and exploring.
‘The Three Little Pigs' is a great lift-the-flap book, which shows the journey of three little pigs that decide to leave home and build their own houses. This version of the classic story has been retold in a rhyme which makes it perfect for reading aloud to children and encourages children to get involved. With flaps and surprises on each page it really engages young children. Teachers can also use puppets when telling this story. Role play is also a very exciting way of getting the children in...more
Ana Reyes
really funny how it describes the different houses they make but gives out a good message on how to always work together can be helpful.
This book is about three little pigs and their adventures of building a house out of straws, sticks and bricks. A great way of introducing materials as the wolf could not blow the house which was made out of bricks. What I really liked about this book in particular was its flaps and hidden pictures underneath. My children enjoyed lifting this up and asking or telling me what it is. A childhood classic that is still magical. A great book to be read out aloud and independent reading. Suitable for...more
Brill book, lots of flaps to keep little ones entertained. A much better version of the story than the one I had as a child. My 3 1/2 year old daughter loved it.
Laura Knowles

Good gift for 3 year olds.
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