The Three Little Pigs (by André)

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One day three pig sisters, wanted to construct a house for each one, the first one constructed a straw house, the second pig made a wooden house, and smarter pig made its house with cement and bricks. All passed one day until all the neighborhood already knew that three pretty and fat pigs were living there. In this neighborhood everybody spoke badly of the wolf of the 71 that ate all the new animals. In a dark night the wolf knocked on the door of the first pig. The pig was dying of fear and she didn’t want to open the door, then she heard a gigantic noise and all the straws flew. The small pig ran to the house of her sister, the wooden house, and not much later the wolf was beating on the door of the other one. They were dying of fear and they didn’t want to open the door, then she heard a gigantic noise and all the wood had fallen. The two small and fat pigs run to their older sister, the owner of the cement house. Soon the wolf  was there again beating on the door, each pig with more fear than the other one. The wolf knocked one more time on the door, but no pig opened it, then they listened to a gigantic noise and nothing fell. After the noise  everything was in silence and a low voice with the noise of  cry started to be higher, then the three sisters opened the door and found the wolf crying asking for a medicine to cure his cold.

(Written by André – juvenile 74)

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One response to “The Three Little Pigs (by André)

  1. Dear André,
    Congratulations! Your synthesis is very good as your ilustratrion. You got the main point of the story. Good! But I have one question: what’s the message you can got with this story? Go ahead! Ivan.

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