The fable of the three little pigs
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Three little pigs lived on a hill. The youngest, to save time, made a simple straw little hut. The middle one made a wooden cabin. The oldest one of them took his time to make a brick house.
One day, a big, bad wolf came to the youngest pig's house. The little pig was scared knowing his house wouldn't resist the wolf's strong blows. And indeed, he blew the house down; so the little pig went to his brother's house.
For a week the 2 youngest pigs were living together when the wolf came to blow down the wooden house. Both brothers were frightened by the big bad wolf. The wolf blew, blew' and blew the house down. So they ran to their older brother's house.
And the wolf never bothered them again!
Now all the siblings were upset their houses' had been destroyed. But they were confident their brother's brick house would sustain the fast winds made by the wolf. The wolf blew, blew and blew. He didn't even move the brick house. All the time the oldest pig had put into the house had been woth it
The blowing wasn't successful, the house was very well planted. He decided going through the main chimney to sneak in the house and eat the pigs would be a good idea. Little did he know the three little pigs had lit a fire to catch the wolf coming down.
The lesson was learned by the three little pigs. Hard work and dedication pays off.
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