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The Three Little Pigsby Steven Kellogg
Synopses & Reviews
"Open up, Pork Chop! Or I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll flatten this dump!"
Three little pigs are happily working away in their delicious family business — making the best-tasting waffles in the world. Business is so good, in fact, that the three siblings can live comfortably in their very own homes — Percy in his straw bungalow, Pete in his log cabin, and Prudence in her brick cottage. Then Tempesto, the meanest wolf on the block, shows up and wants more than waffles for breakfast — he wants the three little pigs! Here is a zany retelling of a classic folktale from master storyteller Steven Kellogg.
When Serafina Sow's three piglets are raised, she leaves to them her booming waffle business. Little does she know that her boys are in danger from a wolf who hates waffles, but loves pigs--for dinner! Award-winning author and illustrator Kellogg combines energetic illustrations with text chock-full of humor. Full color.
Wolffle, anyone? When Serafina Sow s three piglets are raised, she leaves to them her booming waffle business and heads into early retirement. Little does she know that her boys are in danger from a wolf who hates waffles, but loves pigs— for dinner! Award-winnng author and illustrator Steven Kellogg combines energetic illustrations with text chock-full of humor to keep readers laughing all the way to the Gulf of Pasta.
About the Author
Steven Kellogg is the illustrator of over eighty picture books for children, including his own retellings of Johnny Appleseed, Paul Bunyan, which School Library Journal declared "one of Kellogg's best books," and Pecos Bill, which Booklist called "a read-aloud treat for the family or classroom." Mr. Kellogg is also the author of Chicken Little, which Booklist said was "one of Kellogg's best efforts to datea winner every child will like," and Aster Aardvark's Alphabet Adventures, which Kirkus said was "an ingenious alliterative tour-de-farce, perfect accompaniment to the author's zany illustrations. Just try keeping a straight face as you read this aloud."
Steven Kellogg lives in Sandy Hook, Connecticut.
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