The Three Little Pigs - Avery Torok

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  • The three little pigs chose to move out of their mother's house. So, they set out on a journey to build their own settlements.
  • The first little pig chose to build a very easy-to-make home. He built it out of straw. A few hours later, he was finished making his house. He settled down and created a simple meal of soup. As he was eating, a big hungry wolf came and threatened the little pig. The pig didn't come out of his house, so the wolf huffed, and puffed, and blew the house down. Along with the house, the pig got blown down the street to his brother's.
  • The second pig was settled down in his house drinking tasty tea when, out of no where, his younger brother slammed into the door. As he came out to his brother, he was told about the big scary wolf. "No matter. Come in to have some refreshing tea. For my house is made of sticks and is a lot stronger than straw." They sit there drinking tea for a while and it got dark. They heard a knock on the door and the big, scary wolf said, "Come out! Come out!" When the pigs refused, the wolf huffed, and puffed, and blew the house down. Along with the house, they were blown to the third pig's home.
  • The third little pig just finished making his house when his two younger brothers ran into him. They were out of breath, clearly frightened. He said, "What's wrong?" They explained the story about the wolf and how it threatened to eat them and blew their houses down. "Oh, don't worry, my brick house is very strong and sturdy, It'd be a wonder if he blew this down."
  • As they all started to eat their evening meal, they heard a knock on the door. They knew who it was and the two younger pigs started trying to hide behind furniture. "Come out! Come Out!" commanded the wolf. He saw that the frightened pigs were not going to bother running away at the back door, and the front door was locked. So he started blowing, harder, harder, HARDER. Then he blew as much as he could possibly do. He started getting dizzy and fell to the ground. He panted extremely heavily.
  • They heard a thud and looked out the window. All the pigs were proud of their oldest brother's accomplishment. They took down the wolf! They started celebrating by playing the bobbing apples game. As they were playing, the oldest pig saw that the wolf needed an ambulance and sincerely called them to come and help this poor soul.
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