The Three Little Pigs, a retelling
by Gail Tuchman Illustrated by Tony Griego
Reviewed by Adelayxis C. (age 7)
Adelayxis C. is a member in Page Turners After School Program / Rauschenbusch Center's Page Turners' Book Club (2007-2008)
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.