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The Three Little Pigs (Oxford Storybook)

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The author, who is a top illustrator, tackles the classic fairy tales. This is a tale that every child should know. The author's picture books have sold over a million copies, with one under option for TV. Containing watercolour illustrations, it is published as part of a series that also contains Goldilocks and The Gingerbread Boy.
Paperback, 24 pages
Published April 1st 2002 by Oxford University Press, USA
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Oct 04, 2011 Akilah rated it really liked it
From my own childhood, I will always remember the classic story of "The three little pigs". It is a fun, enjoyable and exciting tale for young children to read and to be read to. The traditional repetition of the dialouge between the pigs and the wolf allows the children to become familiar with the phrases that are repeated throughout the story.

A great and traditional story which is fun for children of all ages to read
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Ian Archibald Beck (born 1947 in Brighton) is an English children's illustrator and author. In addition to his numerous children's books, he is also most famous for his cover illustration on Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album. He has sold more than a million copies of his books worldwide.
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