The Three Little Pigs, a retelling

Written by Gail Tuchman • Illustrated by Tony Griego

Reviewed by Adelayxis C. (age 7)

The story is about the three little pigs. The first built a house of grass. But the big wolf blew it away. Then the second pig built a house with sticks, but the big wolf blew it away. Then the two pigs went to the third pig’s house. The third pig built a house with logs. The wolf could not blow it away. The wolf went through the chimney and fell into a pot. The wolf ran away.

I liked the part when the third pig built his house with logs because the wolf couldn’t blow it away. I didn’t like when the wolf blew away the first and second pigs’ house because the pigs had to run away to the third pig’s house. I liked the book because the third pig was smart and brave.

I would recommend this book to my little sister because it is funny when the wolf fell in the chimney and he ran away. My little sister likes funny books.

Adelayxis C. is a member in Page Turners After School Program / Rauschenbusch Center's Page Turners' Book Club (2007-2008)