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The Three Little Pigs

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2012

    Recommended

    Paul Galdone illustrations are always great! Traditional version of the story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2009

    It's not that depressing

    If the lazy pigs did not get eaten then it might show that bad things do not result from unpreparedness. Sometimes we have to learn harsh things and there isn't always a sweet way to say it. This is probably going to be as sweet as it gets. Secondly, this story was never a Grimm's fairy tale. And thirdly the fact that a story is a genuine Grimm's fairy tale already means that the story is not an "grass-roots" original because the Grimms sugar-coated the stories themselves to make them appropriate for what they thought children at the time could handle. This is a story worth learning from.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2005

    True to the one that I remember

    Just what I was looking for . In this story , unlike the modern version's ,the little pigs that did not work hard got eaten by the ' big bad wolf ' . The third little pig that worked hard was rewarded .No political correct sugar coating here . This is the classic tale .

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