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The Three Little Pigs - cover

The Three Little Pigs

Donald Kasen

Publisher: Peter Pan Press

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The three little pigs each set out to build a house. The first two build less than sturdy houses and the big bad wolf blows the house down. The third little pig builds a very sturdy house and the wolf cannot blow it down. The wolf tries coming down the chimney but the third little pig is waiting with a pot of boiling water. The wolf gets a surprise and runs away. The audio EPUB includes every word in the book and a musical background.

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