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The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs - Community Reviews back

by Jon Scieszka, Lane Smith
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Story of My Life
Story of My Life rated it 2 months ago
This book is told from the point of view of the fox, who is trying to tell everyone how he became known as "big and bad". He was never trying to blow the house down! He just needed a cup of sugar for his grandmothers cake, and when the pigs said no, he sneezed because of a cold and blew their house ...
Sara's Library
Sara's Library rated it 2 months ago
This is the TRUE story of the 3 little pigs told from the wolf's perspective. This would be a great way to teach children about perspectives and 1st person/ 3rd person, point of view. Kids sometimes don't realize the difference of a story between 3rd and 1st person point of view. There are other typ...
Miss. Swiney's Classroom Library
Miss. Swiney's Classroom Library rated it 2 months ago
Alexander T. Wolf is in pig prison and determined to prove his innocence. He insists that he was framed in the classic fairy tale and writes his own version which is shared through his point of view in the story. This spin off is told in the most unique way, while still incorporating elements from t...
Bria's Bookshelf
Bria's Bookshelf rated it 9 months ago
AR: 3.0 Grade Level: 2nd-4th Summary: We've all read some form of The Three Little Pigs, right? Well, THE TRUE STORY OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS! is an excellent book to read to young readers. It's even an excellent book for them to read even to themselves! This particular book is all about perspective, fr...
Clint
Clint rated it 2 years ago
Grade: K Reading Level: AD570L This twist to the classic Three Little Pigs gives a fresh new look at this fairy tale. The book provides the story in a different viewpoint, through the eyes of the wolf. This book is a great way to introduce creative writing to your classroom. Allowing students t...
Taylor K's Book Blog
Taylor K's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
Lexile Level: AD570L Many variations of the three little pigs story are told with sympathy for the pigs who are being bullied by the big, bad wolf. In this story, the wolf tells that the entire event was a big misunderstanding. He admits to eating the pigs, but insisted it was after they accidenta...
lward2
lward2 rated it 2 years ago
The True Story of the Three Little Pigs is the story of the three little pigs seen from the wolf's perspective. I read this about a year ago and I like that there is a different version of a classic story written in a different point of view by having the wolf tell his side of the story. I would u...
smileym4
smileym4 rated it 2 years ago
This book is so neat. It shares the wolf's side of the story of the story the three little pigs. This is so fun to read after already having read the original story of the three little pigs. This is a great book for using to learn about comparing and contrasting and using a vin diagram. After readin...
Madison's Book Blog
Madison's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
Written by: Jon Scieszka Illustrated by: Lane Smith This is the classic story of the three little pigs BUT it is told from the wolf's point of view. Who knows how the story will end up this time?!This story is loved by all ages for its comical aspect and illustrations. I would use this book i...
Mrs. Wade's Bundle of Books
Mrs. Wade's Bundle of Books rated it 2 years ago
Most of us are familiar with the predictable classic fairytale, The Three Little Pigs, but we finally get to hear the wolf's side in this humorous story. This is a well loved book, received by all ages, and is a great selection to study point of view and perspective. I would first read the origina...
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