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The Three Little Pigs: Level 2

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The first little pig builds a house of straw, but the hungry wolf blows it down. The second little pig builds a house of sticks, but the hungry wolf blows that down too. What will happen to the third little pig? A familiar story line, brief sentences, and visual clues make this an ideal choice for beginning readers.

Three little pigs leave home to seek their fortunes and h
Paperback, 32 pages
Published August 1st 1995 by Puffin
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Rachael Thom
Dec 17, 2015 Rachael Thom rated it it was amazing
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This book is about three little pigs who are trying to build houses. Two of the little pigs build their houses fast and out of material that can be easily broken. The third little pig build his house out of brick even though it takes a long time to get set up and built. Eventually, a scary wolf comes by and blows down the first two pigs house. The third pig however, is not so easily swayed and his brick house withstands the wolfs blowing. It shows that hard work and dedicatio
This book is a great classic rendition of the Three Little Pigs. I love this story, and I would use this story in a folk tale unit. I placed this book on my non-traditional- versions- of stories because this story is used in so many re-telling. Students love pointing out sequencing in this story, character, plot, and setting. This is a good story to use to teach beginning, middle, and end as well.
Shira Burns
This book is a retold version of the famous folktale "The Three Little Pigs". But I will have to admit in this version some events that I didn't remember happening in the version I was once told. However, any version of this story can be used in the classroom to teach children about story elements. Especially the beginning, middle, and end.
Karissa Butikofer
This is an easy read book for children learning to read. This is a story that follows the classic story of The Three Little Pigs.
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Good early reader for (k-2) traditional
Dec 14, 2011 ABC rated it liked it
Shelves: younger-kids
Warning: Two pigs and a wolf died in the making of this book.
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Mar 11, 2015 Roslyn Ross rated it did not like it
-Misses the point about laziness not paying off
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The third pig was so smart. The other pigs were not very smart.
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Harriet Ziefert grew up in North Bergen, New Jersey, where she attended the local schools. She graduated from Smith College, then received a Masters degree in Education from New York University.

For many years, Ziefert was an elementary school teacher. She taught most grades from kindergarten to fifth grade. "I liked it," she said, but she stopped teaching when she had her own sons. When her childr
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