The Three Little Pigs

LibraryCall and Katharine Pyle

Ryan Aoto (Narrator)

04-16-24

8min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction

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04-16-24

8min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction

Description

In this classic children’s fable, three little pigs set out on their own. Each builds a house to stay safe—one builds his house of out of straw, the second uses sticks, and the third pig spends a little more time and builds a house of bricks. When the Big Bad Wolf arrives to huff and puff and blow their houses down, which pig will be safe? This is a story children will want to hear again and again!

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Language English
Release Day Apr 15, 2024
Release Date April 16, 2024
Release Date Machine 1713225600
Imprint LibraryCall
Provider LibraryCall
Categories Children's Books, Fiction - All, Fiction - Child
Author Bio
LibraryCall

LibraryCall is a small team of children’s librarians, storytellers, writers, audio editors, and translators. Founded in 2020 by Lori Ayre, this diverse team is driven by a deep appreciation for the power and importance of storytelling. LibraryCall creates modern renditions of classic children’s stories and fairy tales, adapts stories from various oral traditions, and even writes new stories. Their hope is that their varied and inclusive catalog will inspire the next generation to explore the world, appreciate the cultures around them, and perhaps even become storytellers themselves.

Katharine Pyle

Katharine Pyle (1863–1938) was an American artist, poet, children’s author, and the sister of Howard Pyle. Over the course of her career she wrote over thirty books and illustrated the works of many others.

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Overview

In this classic children’s fable, three little pigs set out on their own. Each builds a house to stay safe—one builds his house of out of straw, the second uses sticks, and the third pig spends a little more time and builds a house of bricks. When the Big Bad Wolf arrives to huff and puff and blow their houses down, which pig will be safe? This is a story children will want to hear again and again!

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