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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2007

    Oh, The Three Pigs....

    David Wiesner was awarded the Caldecott Award for The Three Pigs in 2002. David was born February 5, 1956, in New Jersey. When he was a little boy, he was constantly using his imagination to recreate his own world. The imaginative quality that is found in his work is attributed to his dreamlike and creativeness of his room. His wall paper contained of books, elephant heads, ships on bottles, rockets, and clocks. These were the last images he saw before going to sleep at night. You can see this in his book, Hurricane, found on page thirteen. This page shows the wallpaper from his youth. All of his books are illustrated very well and they allow the children to use their imagination to tell the story. In the story, The Three Pigs, it starts retelling the story of The Three Little Pigs with comic bubbles. Then the story starts to unravel and the storyline begins to do weird things. What happens as the pigs begin to explore? Where do they go and what do they see? Read the book to find the fun ending. I like how the book unravels the storyline and does other things. It makes the book that more interesting and fun. It is not like any other book and that is what makes the book so fun to read. The reading level is second grade, third month. As the book says ¿And they all lived happily ever aft¿¿ Wiesner, David. The Three Pigs. New York: Clarion Books, 2001.

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