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As with The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales, (another stellar collaboration by Scieszka and illustrator Lane Smith), children who know all the old stories by heart will delight in reading impudent new versions. Here, Scieszka's text is clever, savvy and pithy, and Smith's stretchy-strange illustrations complete this funny, irreverent, thoroughly original tale.
Lovely illustrations, excellent alternative to the traditional three little pigs classicPublished 19 days ago by Mama 'malik
It's a hilarious book. Written from the big bad wolf's point of view. It's fun and entertaining. I love this story and so do my kids! Very cleverly written!Published 1 month ago by Dancer In The Storm
A twist on the old 3 pigs story, enjoyed very much by grandchild. However the other version "The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig" was better.Published 4 months ago by Martine L.
Very disappointed with the quality of the book. Was described as 'good' by the seller but the spine is broken and all the pages are held in by sellotape. Not good at all!!Published 4 months ago by Quita Pope
Staff children alike love this book in year 1. Great read! Year 1 recommends and asks "who do you think the villain is now?"Published 8 months ago by William. S
My class thoroughly enjoyed this fractured fairy tale. It helped greatly towards some super writing. The children enjoyed the twist from the original storyPublished 8 months ago by tkd_babe