Sunday, October 26, 2008

The Three Pigs (a non fairy tale book)


The Three Pigs, by David Wiesner, is very, very funny. It starts out as the fairy tale of the three little pigs, but it turns into a quest between fairy tales and books. The three pigs get blown out of their story into a place where there is nothing but pages of stories. First they make a paper airplane out of one of their own pages--showing the wolf knocking on the door. And there is a very funny page where you can only see the pigs' bums (bottoms). Then they visit Old Mother Goose's hey diddle diddle (where they turn hideously childlike) and the cat follows them out. Next they visit a dragon, guarding a rose of pure gold, and they help the dragon escape from a knight. At last they all, pigs, dragon and cat, go back to the pigs' story and write their own ending...

This book is for ages 3 and up.

3 comments:

Charlotte said...

This is one of my favorites, too!

Charlotte said...

I'm glad you like it!

Z-Kids said...

You have great taste in books! This is another of my all time favorites. And you give great reviews.
Z-Dad