Illustration- The ending shows the three little pigs with a dragon and a cat living happily ever after.
This book would be amazing for kids in the 2nd or 3rd grade who have heard all these fairy tales. It is a fun and interesting read for kids.
The Three Pigs by David Wiesner, 2001. Caldecott Award Winning Book. This is a twist of the classic the three little pigs book. It takes you on a whole different journey with the pigs then the typical wolf blowing the houses down. The journey is they all live happily ever after together. I think the illustrations of the pigs make this book. PICK
The Three Little Pigs written and illustrated by David Wiesner is a Caldecott Award winner. This is an creative anomaly from the classic story of Three Little Pigs. Instead of being eaten by the big bad wolf, the three little pigs exit the story to a new adventure. This a great book would be great for a RA. #ucflae3414su19
The Three Pigs is a Caldecott medal winner & MF, post modern take on the story “the three little pigs”. It is about a wolf who “huffs & puffs” and blows down their homes and they get away and fly to an area with other TL characters & rescue them all from the wolf.
This book would best be RA & S
The Three Pigs, written and illustrated by David Weisner, is a (TL) retelling of a classic story, Three Little Pigs but reinvented. This retelling won a Caldecott Award. The base of the story is still the same with three pigs, a wolf, and trying to escape him with different houses. When the wolf blows down the first two houses, he also blows away the pigs into another dimension.
The Three Pigs by David Wiesner is such an incredible TL book that puts a new twist on the original tale of The Three Pigs. David Wiesner won the Caldecott Medal for his creative way of telling the story. This story highlights ESOL strategies 1, 3, 4, 10, 13, and UDL principles 9.2, 9.3, 3.1, and 4.1. I love how David has the pigs enter new fairytale worlds through out the story and has the pigs talk through speech bubbles.
The Three Pigs is a hilarious TL story, retold by David Wiesner. This story won the Caldecott medal, the pictures really tell the story! It starts out by the wolf huffing and puffing the pigs houses down, but this time the pigs escape together! They leave their tale and end up in different tales! I would use the first part of the book as CR, as it has the transitional take, and for the rest of the book I would do a RA because the students really