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Three little pigs

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This is a remake of the three little pigs. By: Bracken, Thomas, and Dalisa

This is a remake of the three little pigs. By: Bracken, Thomas, and Dalisa

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  • 1. Three Little PigsBy: Bracken, Dalisa, and Thomas
  • 2. Once upon a time there were three little pigs. They weretrying to find a better home, because their mom had nomoney and could not afford to buy food for them. Therenames were Marvin, Brownie, and Piglet.
  • 3. Marvin was trying to find some materials to build a greathouse. He came upon a man that had some straw. SoMarvin said "hey there fellow, can I please use that straw tobuild myself a house. The man said ,"thats not a goodidea", but Marvin said, " its none of your business".
  • 4. Soon a very hungry wolf appeared outside Marvinshouse. He knocked on the door and said "let me in"and Marvin said "not by the hair of my chinny, chin,chin. So he huffed and he puffed and he blew thehouse in. Then he took Marvin to his house in the
  • 5. Piglet, the smartest pig bought some bricks for his house.When he was done with his house the wolf came by hishouse, and said "Piglet let me in", Piglet said "not by thehair of my chinny, chin, chin. Then the wolf tried to huff andpuff and blow his house in, but Piglets house was toostrong.
  • 6. Then Browny saw a young fellow that was selling sticks andbrowny asked "can I have those sticks to make a house" andthe man said "I would think twice about that". When the pigfinished his house, then the big bad wolf came by and said "letme in" and Browny said "no, not by the hair of my chinny,chin, chin. So he huffed and he puffed and he blew the housein. Then he took Browny to his house in the woods.
  • 7. The wolf then said, "I know a tree that always has freshapples", the pig said "well I shall meet you there at 3 oclocksharp. The next day the pig left his house at 2 oclock tomake sure he didnt run into the wolf.
  • 8. When the wolf arrived Piglet said "I decided to come early, Ijust couldnt wait". The wolf then said "are the applesgood?" and then Piglet said "here I will throw down one foryou", so the pig threw the apple as far as he could. Pigletthen quickly got out of the tree and hurried home.
  • 9. The very next day the wolf invited him to the fair, he said "meetme there at 6 oclock. The pig arrived at 5 oclock and had agrand time, but right as he was leaving he saw the wolf walkingup the hill. So he quickly jumped in an empty butter-churn andstarted rolling down the hill. This frightened the wolf so much,that he ran all the way home without going to the fair.
  • 10. The wolf was so mad that the next day he climbed down pigletschimney and was going to take him to his house in the woodsand gobble all three pigs up. But Piglet saw him coming, and healso saw that he looked angry. So piglet hung a giant pot ofwater over the blazing fireplace, and right as the pig climbed inthe chimney he took the cover off. The wolf fell in and he put thecover back on, and boiled him up and ate him for supper.
  • 11. Piglet went to the wolfs house and rescued hisbrothers, they were then smart enough to buildtheir new houses out of bricks. Like Piglet. So thethree little pigs lived happily ever after. The end

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