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The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by Jon Scieszka
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Mar 28, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 5-7-years-old, animal-knowledge, repetitive, bad-versus-good

I would never thought there were more than one version of this ever so well known story of the three little pigs. This one was very humorous and the character of the wolf was more modern and used modern day language and attitude that an adult could relate to. The story was narrated by the wolf, and he gave his version of how his involvement with the pigs came about and the reason for his actions toward them as well. Older pre-schoolers would find this version amusing but also learn that this story can be re-created, and with a different twist to the ending too.

Older preschoolers could create their own face masks of the characters in the book, to include the wolf, the wolf's mother, the 3 pigs, the police, the jail warden and re-enact the story using their own dialogue of how the story goes. They could even create their own ending to the story.

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