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Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf

3.75  ·  Rating Details ·  44 Ratings  ·  14 Reviews
Relates the adventures of three little pigs who leave home to seek their fortunes and how they deal with the big bad wolf.
Hardcover, 1 page
Published March 1st 1992 by Holiday House
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Brooke Seidel
Title: Three Little Pigs and The Big Bad Wolf
Author: Glen Rounds
Illustrator: Glen Rounds
Genre: Fable
Theme(s): Being mean doesn’t get you very far. Be smart about your actions.
Opening line/sentence: “One morning a long time ago an old sow called her three little pigs to her and said, “I have something to tell you.’”
Brief Book Summary: Three little pigs all built themselves houses. One pig made their house out of straw, one out of sticks, and the last out of bricks. A big, bad, wold came to a
Courtney Sharp
Jun 21, 2010 Courtney Sharp rated it really liked it
This book is pretty good not the best but prtty good...
Nov 09, 2012 Gladys rated it liked it
Just looking at the cover, I recognized his book from when I was a kid. I have read this one before. I’m not sure when it was but I think it was one of those audio books that I can across when I was little. The pictures of this book are very “childish” looking, colored in with crayons, scribbles here and there. (Maybe a book that you can read to a little kid.) But nevertheless, they make it captivating enough for a kid to follow along with it. It’s playful enough with the giant letters, the anim ...more
Roslyn Ross
Mar 30, 2015 Roslyn Ross rated it did not like it
-Totally classic story, nothing new, but with that long ending where the pig wins by trickery rather than by building a strong sturdy house
-No connection made about survival or hard work
-Nothing of value to teach
Dec 09, 2014 Jackie rated it liked it
In this version of the three little pigs, the third pig goes above and beyond when outsmarting the wolf. He's always one step ahead of the wolf and in the end, it is not the pig who gets eaten, but the wolf (who knew?).
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