The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs



The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs You Thought You Knew The Story Of The The Three Little Pigs You Thought Wrong In This Hysterical And Clever Fracture Fairy Tale Picture Book That Twists Point Of View And Perspective, Young Readers Will Finally Hear The Other Side Of The Story Of The Three Little Pigs In This Humorous Story, Alexander T Wolf Tells His Own Outlandish Version Of What Really Happens During His Encounter With The Three Pigs Smith S Simplistic And Wacky Illustrations Add To The Effectiveness Of This Fractured Fairy Tale Children S Literature Older Kids And Adults Will Find Very Funny School Library Journal

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs
  • Jon Scieszka
  • English
  • 11 April 2018
  • 0140544518

10 thoughts on “The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs

  1. Anne says:

    This is maybe the BEST 3 Little Pigs story out there.My daughter saw this on our bookshelf the other day and freaked out she s 9, so cut her some slack because she didn t realize we owned it In her defense, it s a skinny little paperback that had probably been lost between 3 bjillion other skinny little paperbacks on the shelves.Point is, it s an AWESOME story and since I bought it, that mademe AWESOME by default.Mom Logic Don t argue.In this version, Alexander T Wolf tells his side of the This is maybe the BEST 3 Little Pigs story out there.My daughter saw this on our bookshelf the other day and freaked out she s 9, so cut her some slack because she didn t realize we owned it In her defense, it s a skinny little paperback that had probably been lost between 3 bjillion other skinny little paperbacks on the shelves.Point is, it s an AWESOME story and since I bought it, that mademe AWESOME by default.Mom Logic Don t argue.In this version, Alexander T Wolf tells his side of the story From jail, if that tells you anything.He s such a lying liar pants, but his excuses are funnyif a tad see through.It s not Alex s fault that he had a cold and sneezed, is it And he can t help it if some little porker constructs a house that s so shoddy it collapses and kills him, can he And you can t let a good ham sandwich go to waste, right No No, you cannot.Poor Mr Wolf He s not evil, just misunderstood R...

  2. Ronyell says:

    The True Story of the Three Little Pigs became one of the most popular books in 1989, earning awards, including the New York Times Best Illustrated book Also, this story is notably popular for its wit and humor as Alexander T Wolf Al for short tries to explain to the reader his side of the story on what happened when he met the three little pigs.There are so many positive aspects in this story t...

  3. Seth says:

    This book is so freaking awesome Everybody should read it now Just do it Just eat it I mean whatever BTW, this is Barbara Seth s sister writing Seth s review.Back this is Barbara pretending to be Seth in my day, when I was but a wee lad of the tender age of four or five or something, I was introduced to this marvelous, touching, inspiring, novelty of a book It changed my whole life, introducing me to a whole new outlook on life.I read this book so many times okay, i admit, i had to This book is so freaking awesome Everybody should read it now Just do it Just eat it I mean whatever BTW, this is Barbara Seth s sister writing Seth s review.Back this is Barbara pretending to be Seth in my day, when I was but a wee lad of the tender age of four or five or something, I was introduced to this marvelous, touching, inspiring, novelty of a book It changed my whole life, introducing me to a whole new outlook on life.I read this book so many times okay, i ad...

  4. Candace Robinson says:

    I read this way back when I was in elementary school for the first time and thought it was a a a awesome So, when my daughter came into the world eight years ago, I had to get her books to know what awesome truly is Anyway, I just now remembered to review this book when I saw A...

  5. Jordan says:

    This is one of my favorite books as a child I always enjoyed the idea that the true story of the three little pigs, was different than what we knew to be true I have to say even as a child I always liked the big bad wolf better than those annoying little pigs, maybe this was an early sign of my link to liking bad boys I recently picked up this book again, and read though it I have to say that many books usually do not stand up to a second read through Especially if you read the book as This is one of my favorite books as a child I always enjoyed the idea that the true story of the three little pigs, was different than what we knew to be true I have to say even as a child I always liked the big bad wolf better than those annoying little pigs, maybe this was ...

  6. Matthew says:

    To check out my reviews remember being introduced to this book when I was in 7th grade by my civics teacher She is a lawyer and during that period she wanted to showcase what lawyers do in the courtroom and the jargon terms they use when they prosecute and defend their client She used this book as the basis and had students play the characters and I was the jury member While the students were epic failures in dealing with the court case I treasured this To check out my reviews remember being introduced to this book when I was in 7th grade by my civics teacher She is a lawyer and during that period she wanted to showcase what lawyers do in the courtroom and the jargon terms they use when they prosecute and defend their client She used this book as the basis and had students play the characters and I was the jury member While the students were epic failures in dealing with the court case I treasured this story because everyone and their mother knows the story of the Three Little Pigs and its interesting to see a different point and view and my teacher made this court case look like the O.J Simpson trial for kids Plus no one knew the details of who O.J Simpson was just that he was a football player who...

  7. Janet says:

    Having grown up with the story of The Three Little Pigs, when I first read this spoof on the traditional tale, I just had to laugh The wolf tells his side of the story just like young children always feel it s important to give their version of what happens According to the wolf, he was not doing anything wrong what a surprise and he s gotten a bum deal ever since the events occurred which are related in the story.This is a great book to use when teaching point of view It s easy to see t Having grown up with the story o...

  8. Chris Ward says:

    While every child has heard the tale of the Three Little Pigs Very few have heard the story from the point of view of the poor, germ afflicted, Alexander Wolf Reading this traditional tale from the point of view of the usual baddie, was very amusing Particularly, the clever way in which A Wolf s legendary catchphrase, i ll huff and i ll puff, is twisted into the accidental huffing, snuffing and sneezing of houses down From a teaching perspective, this book has a number of possible idea While every child has heard the tale of the Three Little Pigs Very few have heard the story from the point of view of the poor, germ afflicted, Alexander Wolf ...

  9. Becky says:

    Many variations of the three little pigs story are told with sympathy for the pigs who are being tormented by the big, bad wolf In this version of the story, the wolf insists that the entire event was a big misunderstanding He admits to eating the pigs, but insisted it was after they accidentally died He begs the reader for sympathy, and argues that judging his desire to eat pigs isn t fair since he can t help his appetite All tactics of manipulation are employed, including talking about his Many variations of the three little pigs story are told with sympathy for the pigs who are being tormented by the big, bad wolf In this version of the story, the wolf insists that the entire event was a big misunderstanding He admits to eating the pigs, but insisted it was after they accidentally died He begs the reader for sympathy, and argues that judging his desire to eat pigs isn t fair since he can t help his appetite All tactics of manipulation are employed, including talking about his dear granny and his desire to defend her honor when the last pig insults her Despite his desire for understanding, the wolf still exposes his anger issues and lack of sympathy for the dead pigs.The illustrator, Lane Smith, does a marvelous job at creating a grainy, dark world in which the wolf resides The pictures are various shades of brown and dark colors with cloudy, smudged skys The wolf s c...

  10. Cherina says:

    Summary This is a spin off of the original story The Three Little Pigs Alexander Wolf gets his chance to explain his side of the story Instead of being an intimidating, evil wolf, he went to his two neighbors the pig brothers to borrow a cup of sugar He had a rather nasty cold and so he ended up sneezing so hard that he blew their houses done When he went to the third pig s house, the pig refused to open the door and insulted his grandmother The police came and arrested the wolf and the Summary This is a spin off of the original story The Three Little Pigs Alexander Wolf gets his chance to explain his side of the story Instead of being an intimidating, evil wolf, he went to his two neighbors the pig brothers to borrow a cup of sugar He had a rather nasty cold and so he ended up sneezing so hard that he blew their houses done When he went to the third pig s house, the pig refused to open the door and insulted his grandmother The police came and arrested the wolf and the media made a huge story of the whole thing.Uses Read aloud to both primary and secondary grades Read after the original independent reading for transitional and fluent readers recommend to those who like Jon Scieszka or those who enjoy absurd stories.Literary Devices rhymes, personification, good voice, play on wordsSocial issues hearing bo...

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