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The Three Little Pigs: The Graphic Novel
The Three Little Pigs: The Graphic Novel
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Graphic Spin

The Three Little Pigs: The Graphic Novel


Illustrated by Aaron Blecha

When their mother sends them packing, the Three Little Pigs are forced to build houses of their own. They better be sturdy and strong because the Big Bad Wolf is on the prowl, and he’s ready to huff and puff his way inside. Will they survive against this hungry beast? Or will the pigs become his next tasty treat?

 
ISBN978-1-4342-1395-2
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Spin
Age Level8-11 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreFairy Tales & Fables
Trim Size7 x 10
Page Count40
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2009
Paperback
Price
$5.95
 


 
 

Reviews

School Library Journal - Carrie Rogers

"Three Little Pigs has more spunk and not quite so happy an ending. The pigs and wolf are larger than life, with mud, sweat, and saliva flying across the panels. The animals frenetically bounce across the pages in pursuit of one another. The wolf is particularly menacing and its curved claws and glowing green eyes will remain in children’s thoughts at the end of the tale as it lies in wait." - School Library Journal

September 1, 2009

Back to Books Blog - Nicola Manning

"The Three Little Pigs retold by Lisa Trumbauer, illustrated by Aaron Blecha. (Jan. 2009) (33pgs) received a review copy from the publisher. - This graphic novel is label reading level 1, though I do say it is a but harder than that but nevertheless my son had no problems reading this out loud to me. The story keeps true to the traditional tale we are all familiar with with no watering down and tiny little twist at the end that is very clever. The illustrations are wonderful and creepy. You honestly have to give this book a read once you've had a look at the illustrations. Ds looked forward to reading it everyday. We have another in this Fairy Tale series and I've noticed my library has quite a few on the shelves as well, so we'll certainly be back for more of these. 5/5" - Back to Books Blog

October 29, 2009

 
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