In this book, you get to see the story of the three little pigs from the wolf's perspective. The wolf claims that all he needed was a cup of sugar, so he went to ask each of the pigs if they had any. When he arrived at each house, he felt a sneeze coming, and his sneezes were so big that they blew down the first two houses made of straw and sticks. His sneeze was not big enough to knock down the third house made of brick, though, and the pig that lived inside called the police to take the wolf away. The wolf says that he was framed.
This book could be used in the classroom for comparing and contrasting with the original story of The Three Little Pigs. It could also be used to talk about point of view.
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