Wiesner, Caldecott Medal recipient for Tuesday, and Caldecott Honor winner for both Sector 7 and Free Fall, prefers not to wait around until pigs fly. He gives them wings (or paper airplanes) and sets them on their way! In his latest flight of fancy, Wiesner uses shifting illustration styles and fonts to startle complacent readers into an imaginary world even as they ponder the conventional structure of story. His trademark crafty humor and skewed perspectives will tickle readers pink (even the nonporcine variety)! (Ages 4 and older) --Emilie Coulter
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I bought this as a gift for my grandson, and my daughter (his mom) said that it wasn't true to the story at all, and that she didn't even want the book.Published 3 days ago by Diane Lee Wiscott
Cute rewrite of "The Three Little Pigs" as only David Wiesner can do it. Clever and appealing.Published 8 days ago by Frances G
A new spin on a well known bedtime story. Mischievous humor for adults and kids alike. I like Wiesner's u-turn from the expected classic narrative. Fun to read.Published 26 days ago by Penny Pincher
Weisner's books are so creative and far out that I wonder how much little children get from them. They are really fun for adults. Kids surprise you. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra F. Strange
This is a wonderful childrens book. It is a great twist to a story that everyone knows. You can't go wrong with this book.Published 2 months ago by K. L. R.
Great book! Interesting and innovative take on the three little pigs storyPublished 3 months ago by Karen Chen
wonderful book I love you 3 Little Pigs story has a silly twist. The conclusion of the story is beautiful. The kids loved it.Published 3 months ago by TweetleDee