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The Three Little Pigs (Read It! Readers) ➹ [Read] ➵ The Three Little Pigs (Read It! Readers) By Maggie Moore ➼ – Thomashillier.co.uk Tells the story of three little pigs who leave home to seek their fortunes and how they deal with the big bad wolf Tells the story of three little pigs who leave home to seek their fortunes and how they deal with the big bad wolf.


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  1. Amanda Megee Amanda Megee says:

    Title The Three Little PigsAuthor Maggie MooreIllustrator Rob HefferanGenre European FolktaleTheme s Folktales, fairytales, animals, the bad guy animalOpening line sentence Once upon a time, there were three little pigs Brief Book Summary Each little pig builds a house of either sticks, straw, or bricks The big, bad wolf comes along and blows down the houses or sticks and straw, but cannot blow the brick house down He then goes in through the chimney and falls into a pot of boiling Title The Three Little PigsAuthor Maggie MooreIllustrator Rob HefferanGenre European FolktaleTheme s Folktales, fairytales, animals, the bad guy animalOpening line sentence Once upon a time, there were three little pigs Brief Book Summary Each little pig builds a house of either sticks, straw, or bricks The big, bad wolf comes along and blows down the houses or sticks and straw, but cannot blow the brick house down He then goes in through the chimney and falls into a pot of boiling water, and the pigs live happily in the house of bricks Professional Recommendation Review 1 Marilyn Courtot Children s Literature Early readers seem to be coming out from a variety of publishers The Read it Readers from Picture Window Books are color coded They open with a note to parents and caregivers that describes the series and offer some tips for sharing a book This story is certainly familiar and there isn t much new in this treatment The wolf looks a bit like a dog, and none of the kids get eaten up but the wolf does fall into a pot of boiling water, and we don t really know his fate The illustrations are farengaging than the text Blue Level, Grades K to 1 2011, Picture Window Books.Professional Recommendation Review 2 Melissa Demel This timeless tale of The Three Little Pigs is yet again retold by author Maggie Moore and accompanied by illustrator Rob Heffernan s fun and colorful hand painted images This short classic book is a wonderful picture window book for young readers With large images and bold, simple text, children can easily enjoy the story we all know and love Response to Two Professional Reviews In my opinion, I thought this book was very appropriate for the color coded age group it suggested It did have some bigger vocabulary words which made it a little challenging for young readers I think this color coding system is easy to follow for caregivers and can be very helpful Because the story did not differ much from the usual storytelling of The Three Little Pigs, I thought the illustrations were a key part of it, as they were very vivid and colorful.Evaluation of Literary Elements The style of the story was relatively basic the sentences were kept short and to the point, which is helpful for young readers The style also ties in with the tone of the story as well The tone, too, was pretty simple but it did becomesuspenseful as the end of the story neared The plot of this version of The Three Little Pigs did not alter much aside from the fact that the wolf was just dropped into a pot of boiling water at the end of the story the reader is not told outright whether the wolf escapes or whether he dies.Consideration of Instructional Application I think any version of The Three Little Pigs is a common story for young readers The plot line is easy to follow and the pictures are usually very appealing I think this story can be used as the first steps into making predictions Young readers can make predictions about what will happen when the wolf approaches each pig s house


  2. Melissa Demel Melissa Demel says:

    This timeless tale of The Three Little Pigs is yet again retold by author Maggie Moore and accompanied by illustrator Rob Heffernan s fun and colorful hand painted images This short classic book is a wonderful picture window book for young readers With large images and bold, simple text, children can easily enjoy the story we all know and love.The book begins with three little pigs who left home and go out to build their own houses One out of straw, one out of sticks and one out of brick Soo This timeless tale of The Three Little Pigs is yet again retold by author Maggie Moore and accompanied by illustrator Rob Heffernan s fun and colorful hand painted images This short classic book is a wonderful picture window book for young readers With large images and bold, simple text, children can easily enjoy the story we all know and love.The book begins with three little pigs who left home and go out to build their own houses One out of straw, one out of sticks and one out of brick Soon, the big bad wolf comes along and begins pestering the pigs First, the pig in the straw house Let me in, little pig, let me in he growled Not by the hairs on my chinny chin chin, said the first little pig The big bad wolf then blows his house in and continues onto the second house, blows the second house of sticks down, proceeds to the third house made of bricks and tries as he might, just can t blow the house down My favorite part about this book would be the full page spreads, with the cute images taking up almost the entire spread Great book for young beginning readers


  3. Jaimee Huskins Jaimee Huskins says:

    The story was simple and easy to follow It is the traditional story The pictures look like it has been painted Children will sure love reading this traditional tale It also teaches children a great lesson.


  4. Michelle Michelle says:

    Early reader version of the fairy tale where only the wolf gets it, but it is glossed over


  5. Anaeka Anaeka says:

    Slow warm up but she liked it at 13 months


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