A delightful twist on the tale of the three little pigs.
The Wolf tells his version of what really happened in the story of "The Three Little Pigs". He was only out visiting his neighbors so he could borrow a cup of sugar for his dear old Granny's birthday cake, honest! Only he had this terrible cold, and it caused him to huff and to snuff, and...well...things sort of went downhill from there.
Someone in the story is lying. Whether it be the Wolf or the police and reporters (all of whom happen to be pigs) is up to you to decide. According to the author, he had set out to tell the story from the point of view of an unreliable narrator, the Wolf, but by the time the story was finished, even he wasn't sure the Wolf was lying.
The Wolf eats two of his neighbors, but he is a carnivore and they are pigs, after all. He loses his temper and tries to break down a pig's door.
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Crude or Profane Language or Content
One pig insults the Wolf's grandmother.
With its wonderful illustrations by Lane Smith and its engaging, though suspect, narrator, The True Story of the Three Little Pigs is sure to please not only youngsters, but the adults who read them the tale.