In this spin off of the original fairy tale, Alexander T. Wolf gives the readers his account on what really happened in the story of The Three Little Pigs. It all started with a sneeze and a cup of sugar.
This book covers what really happened when the Big Bad Wolf came to get the three little pigs. It is a humorous book that helps with reading development. Not the best book in regards to applying it to other lessons, however it still makes for a good read.
A. Wolf: This is the "bad" wolf that just wants sugar to make a cake.
A. Wolf: In this version of the story, he is not such a bad guy. But of course, this is all in his perspective.
Wolf: Wolf tells his side of the story from the three little pigs. Wolf just wants to bake a cake for his grandmother and goes to try to borrow some sugar. The wolf has a cold and accidently sneezes down the houses of the pigs. In this story the wolf is innocent and just a victim to being at the wrong place at the wrong time.
The First Grade Bloom on Teachers Pay Teachers: Check out this Readers' Theater script PACK I've created to go along with this book and 3 other versions of the Three Little Pigs. Bringing these stories to life is a wonderful way to facilitate comprehension of the stories, in addition to improving fluency and having fun!
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