The True Story Of The Three Little PigsConsumer Rating
- Number of Pages: 32
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
"There has obviously been some kind of mistake,"writes Alexander T. Wolf from the pig penitentiary exactly where he's doing time for his alleged crimes of 10 years ago. from the wolf's perspective. This poor, much maligned wolf has gotten a poor rap. Sheesh. Is it his fault those ham dinners--rather, pigs--build such flimsy homes? He just occurred to be inside the wrong spot at the incorrect time, making use of a sneezy cold, innocently trying to borrow a cup of sugar to produce his granny a cake. Here is the"genuine"story of the three tiny pigs whose houses are huffed and puffed to smithereens.
This 10th-anniversary edition of Jon Scieszka's New York Times Finest Book with the Year, The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs! , consists of a special, impassioned letter from prisoner A. Wolf himself plus a snappy new jacket by Caldecott Honor artist Lane Smith, whose quirky perspectives still color the illustrations all through. (Ages 4 to 8 or much, much older) --Emilie Coulter As with The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, the collaborators take a classic story and send it by way of the wisecracker machine, much for the glee of kids young and old.
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