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by Katie Saunders

eBook The Three Little Pigs (Ready to Read: Level 1 (Make Believe Ideas)) download ISBN: 1846104394
Author: Katie Saunders
Publisher: Make Believe Ideas (May 1, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 31
ePub: 1556 kb
Fb2: 1900 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

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The first little pig gathered together a large bundle of straw, and used it to. .

The first little pig gathered together a large bundle of straw, and used it to build his house. Soon the wolf knocked on the door and said, Little pig, little pig, let me come in. The little pig replied, No! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin. The day after, the three little pigs went off to pick apples at the big apple tree in Merry Garden. Soon the wolf found them. He waited at the base of the tree, ready to gobble up the pigs as soon as they climbed down. The three little pigs threw their apples and struck the wolf in the head. As the wolf lay stunned, they hurried down the tree and made their escape.

Little pig, little pig, he said, open up your door and let me in! Now the second little pig remembered what his mother had . 1. A big bad wolf is able to blow down the first two pigs’ houses, made of bricks and wood respectively.

Little pig, little pig, he said, open up your door and let me in! Now the second little pig remembered what his mother had told him, so he too said, No, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin, I’ll not let you in. Now I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down! cried the wolf. 2. A big bad wolf is able to blow down the first two pigs’ houses, made of straw and wood respectively. 3. A big bad wolf is able to blow down the first two pigs’ houses, made of straw and bricks respectively.

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Folktales European folktales English fairy tales The Three Little Pigs at World of Tales - Stories for children from around the . Now the eldest pig went first, and as he trotted along the road he met a man carrying a bundle of straw.

Folktales European folktales English fairy tales The Three Little Pigs at World of Tales - Stories for children from around the world! . So he said very politely: "If you please, sir, could you give me that straw to build me a house?" And the man, seeing what good manners the little pig had, gave him the straw, and the little pig set to work and built a beautiful house with it. Now, when it was finished, a wolf happened to pass that way; and he saw the house, and he smelt the pig inside. So he knocked at the door and said: "Little pig!

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Ready to Read is a series of reading books designed to encourage and develop the confidence of young readers between the ages of 5 and 7. They are aimed at children who can read a little, but who need lively but structured books to help them develop their skills further. The Level 1 books use no more than 300 words. The stories are told in ten episodes, in rhyme, avoiding complex words. Any hard words that are used are explained on the picture dictionary page. The text is positioned on pale colors to help dyslexic readers.
Comments: (7)
Wafi
I love how it has a sing songy rhythm when you read it. My little one enjoy music and singing, this is a great book to read and sing!
Gtonydne
I Like the original version!
Lcena
I bought this for my niece's 1st birthday. She is a bit young to give much of an opinion, but her 3 year old sister abosolutely loves this book. My mom babysat them the other day and she asked to have it read to her before both naptime and bedtime.
Jeb
This versions of the story is a bit different to accommodate for the rhyming that occurs in the text. The story is cute. The pictures are a bit busy for my taste. I would suggest this book for a 4 year old and older.
DART-SKRIMER
The book was beautifully illustrated and the story had cute/funny little foodie references to it that updated the traditional story...or at least the way I remembered the story as a child. Highly recommend!
Iarim
I love to read this to my granddaughter. A funny twist to the story.
Amarin
It is really nice. The pictures are lovely and funny and can perfectly complement the written story. The quality of the paper is excellent.
Am recommending this book based on...the enjoyment of grandchildren.
It was a delight to see.. They know the book by heart already!