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Frank Muir Retells "Three Little Pigs"

by Frank Muir

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An utterly charming and amusing retelling of this classic tale. The three little pigs (whom we now know to be called Hot, Cross and Bun) have formed a rock band and are banished to the woods by their mother owing to the horrendous noise. The animals of the forest are not particularly impressed either and coerce the unwilling B. B. Wolf (a complete softy and not very frightening at all) into trying to scare the piglets away. Muir incorporates the elements of the straw, twig and brick houses in a delightful way and the eventual denouement is very cleverly done. Great fun. The illustrations are superb, too. ( )
  AllieW | Jun 23, 2009 |
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