The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig

Written by Eugene Trivizas • Illustrated by Helen Oxenbury

Reviewed by Liam L. (age 8)

This book is about a black, grey, and white wolf and a big, bad pig. It takes place in the woods. In the beginning, the wolves built a house of bricks. The Big Bad Pig knocked it down. The Wolves made an even stronger house of concrete. The Big Bad Pig knocked it down with a jackhammer. Then, the Wolves built an even stronger house with a barbed wire, iron bars, armor plates, and heavy metal padlocks. The Big Bad Pig blew up the house with dynamite. At the end, the Wolves built a house of flowers. When the Pig was huffing and puffing he smelled the flowers and became a good pig. The wolves played games with him and asked him to stay with them. He said, ?yes?. And they lived happily ever after.

I enjoyed this book because it was very funny. I liked the part when the Big Bad Pig turned into a Big, Good Pig when he smelled the flowers. This book is like The Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf.

I would recommend this books to my cousins Cameron, Kaleigh, and Danny. I think they would love it because it is very funny and because it is the same as the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf, but it is turned around.

Liam L. is a student in Mrs. Van Ness' 2nd Grade Class