Alaskan charm and wacky details fill this retelling of the classic three little pigs story—now in a simple, sturdy board book version for the youngest audience. The pigs build houses in a wintery wonderland, but what kind of structure can withstand a hungry bear awakened from hibernation? An igloo will do! Vibrant art and simple text adapted from Alaska’s Three Pigs make this a great read-aloud story for toddlers.
About the Author
ARLENE LAVERDE is an elementary school teacher who lives in Bellerose, NY.
Illustrator MINDY DWYER has written and illustrated several children's books, including Alaska’s Sleeping Beauty, Alaska’s Snow White and Her Seven Sled Dogs, and The Salmon Princess. She is the recipient of "Not Just For Kids Anymore Award" from the Children's Book Council, a National Parenting Publication Award, and a Young Readers Choice Award. She lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she sees and admires crows and ravens from afar.