It was time for them to go off on their own and built their own houses. This is a spinoff of "The Three Little Pigs". The first gator built his house out of rocks, the second used sticks, and the third used sand and door made from branches. The big bad boar bumped up against the third gator's house and sand flew everywhere. He went to hide in the second gator's house but the boar knocked it down.
They both went to the third gator's house to hide.
The boar could not knock down the house made of rocks so he decided to go down the chimney. Bad choice because they lit the fireplace. The second and third gators realized that their brother had the right idea. The first gator helped them build strong houses. I loved the illustrations and the unique story that was told based on the story of "The Three Little Pigs".
This book shows children that knowledge and being clever is more valuable sometimes than strength. I really liked this book for multiple reasons. I liked how the illustrations were created in a animated kind of way. It felt, somewhat, like watching a TV show instead of reading a book. I liked how the author took the story of the three little pigs and gave her own little spin on it. For example, the three alligators created their houses with rocks, stick, and sand to avoid the boar. The original story was about the three little pigs, building their house out of straw, sticks, and brick to avoid the wolf.
I liked how the author decided to bold and enlarge the font of the most important words in the story. Lastly, I loved how one of the images is flipped sideways to represent the boar going down the chimney.
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This scene also displays the text, underneath the pig, sideways. I thought it was such a clever way to use up the space. The big idea of this book is to retell the three little pigs story with a twist. CatalinaDiaz Mar 31, Status Ketteman, Helen Author primary author all editions confirmed Terry, Will Illustrator secondary author all editions confirmed.
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You must log in to edit Common Knowledge data. References to this work on external resources. Wikipedia in English None. Book description The story is about three little gators to build their own houses. However, the first gator and the second gator didn't want to pay more attention on it, so they just used easy and simple way to build their house. And the third gator doesn't as his brothers, he tried his best and used his smart to build a real house. When the danger came, the fact show the first gator and the second gator's house didn't work, and they had to run away until they arrived at the third gator's house.
As a result, the third gator's house saved the three gators. Haiku summary.
Three little gators strike out on their own in an east Texas swamp. Their mother warns them to build strong houses that can protect them from Big-bottomed Boar, who likes to eat tasty, tender gators for his snack. Soon, First Gator builds himself a nice house out of rocks. Second Gator reckons rocks are too much work, so he builds his house with sticks. And Third Gator's house of sand is the easiest one to build!
But soon Big-bottomed Boar shows up.
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With a bump, bump, bump of the fierce boar's rump, he knocks over Third Gator's house of sand. It doesn't take long for that rump to bump Second Gator's house of sticks. Their mother warns them to build strong houses that can protect them from Big-bottomed Boar, who likes to eat tasty, tender gators for his snack.
Soon, First Gator builds himself a nice house out of rocks. Second Gator reckons rocks are too much work, so he builds his house with sticks. But soon Big-bottomed Boar shows up. With a bump, bump, bump of the fierce boar's rump, he knocks over Third Gator's house of sand. It doesn't take long for that rump to bump Second Gator's house of sticks.
But he can't knock over Third Gator's house of stones, so he tries another way in - through the chimney! Guess what happens to the Boar's rump after that?! Product Details. Age Range: 4 - 8 Years.
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