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Three Hungry Pigs and the Wolf Who Came to Dinner

by Charles Santore

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For those who marry wolves; "Although the wolf is much better at eating truffles than finding them, Bianca thought, its nice to have someone reliable to watch over the piglets when it's time to root for supper. And they all lived happily ever after."
  dchaves | Jun 6, 2007 |
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The life of a truffle-hunting pig is not easy! Unearthing delicious truffles all day without eating any is too hard for Bianca. After her very first bite, she and her piglets are banished to the forest where they meet up with a wolf. Award-winning illustrator Charles Santore–painting in a new style– has penned an original pig’s tale that feels like an old favorite.

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When Bianca the pig and her piglets are exiled from the farm after eating the truffles they are supposed to hunt for, they wonder if they will survive in the wolf-filled forest.

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