The true story of the 3 little pigs

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Scholastic, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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When Alexander Wolf is framed, he seeks justice and tells his own version of The Three Little Pigs. Children will love this amusing rendition of the classic fairy tale. Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.

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User Review  - Kelsly93 - LibraryThing

This story is another spin off of the three little pigs. This is useful to teach the students how to listen to others view points and listen to each other. Read full review

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User Review  - RaineyNicole - LibraryThing

This is the cutest book. I absolutely love this book and will read it to my students over and over. The illustrations are wonderful and it's great for teaching how we should always look at other's point of view. This is a great spin on the orginial three little pigs story. Read full review

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Jon Scieszka is the National Ambassador for Children's L

Jon Scieszka is the National Ambassador for Children's Literature emeritus and the bestselling author of more than titerature emeritus and the bestselling author of more than twenty-five books for kids, including "The Stinky Cheese Man wenty-five books for kids, including "The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales", "Math Curse", "Robot Zot!", and Other Fairly Stupid Tales", "Math Curse", "Robot Zot!", and the Time Warp Trio series. Jon founded Guys Read to encoand the Time Warp Trio series. Jon founded Guys Read to encourage a passion for reading among young boys, with the philourage a passion for reading among young boys, with the philosophy that boys love to read most when they are reading thinsophy that boys love to read most when they are reading things they love. A former elementary school teacher, Jon lives gs they love. A former elementary school teacher, Jon lives in Brooklyn with his family. in Brooklyn with his family.

Lane Smith is the illustrator of the Caldecott-honor-winning "The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales". He also wrote and illustrated "It's a Book, Madam President, " and "John, Paul, George & Ben, " which were all "New York Times" best-sellers. He lives with book designer Molly Leach in rural Connecticut, and can be visited at lanesmithbooks.com.

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