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The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig Paperback – April 1, 1997
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Big bad pig
by Eugene Trivizas and Helen Oxenbury
Once a momma wolf told her young it was time to live somewhere else but together. Soon they built their house of bricks; soon the big bad pig showed up he smashed the house with a sludge hammer luckily they all got away. They built two more houses one. The three little wolves built one more house hoping to not let it go to waist and it didn't. When the pig come to the next house of flowers he turned to a good guy because the flowers were nice and refreshing
The theme of this book is responsibility because the three little pigs need to look after each other and that is responsibility. The message of this book is to use your time wisely because the first three houses were not thought out and didn't have much time used on it. The genre of this book is fantasy fiction or fairy tale because animals can't talk. I reccomend this book to people who don't take their time because it could wreck or get messed up.
I liked this book because it has well detailed illustrations. They make the book seem real. I also liked the unpredictable and dangerous weapons. I loved the way the author switched the characters around by making the pig bad and the wolves good. I also liked the way there were many different event like how the pig turns good when the pigs build a house of flowers. I liked how the wolves made so many creative houses epically the one made of concrete.
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I like the twist between the pig and wolves. My kids liked it too. I needed to replace it, so I can read it to my grandkids.Published 8 days ago by Gwen Bordenkircher
I buy books for a Christmas Advent calendar for my grands. This was a perfect addition to their small pile and it was opened and read with glee. :)Published 29 days ago by Living in the desert
Very cute and original take on the Three Little Pigs fable.Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth Benefiel
Best kids book ever. Read this to my kids over, and over and over. Never got tired of reading it. Had "Cuddle Thursday" (family thing) with my kids when they were 17 and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JimmyMoffet
This book was one of our three children's favorites, and it's funny for adults too, so easy to read to them over and over.Published 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
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