Best Read [Barry Moser] Ó The Three Little Pigs || [Fantasy Book] PDF ☆

By Barry Moser | Comments: ( 409 ) | Date: ( Dec 12, 2019 )

Description For 2004, Tide mark is pleased to offer four titles featuring the work of Barry Moser As an illustrator, author, and designer, Barry Moser has worked on than 250 books, including Moby Dick, Dante s Divine Comedy, Bram Stoker s Dracula, Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Moser s edition of Lewis Carroll s Alice s Adventures in Wonderland won The American Book ADescription For 2004, Tide mark is pleased to offer four titles featuring the work of Barry Moser As an illustrator, author, and designer, Barry Moser has worked on than 250 books, including Moby Dick, Dante s Divine Comedy, Bram Stoker s Dracula, Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Moser s edition of Lewis Carroll s Alice s Adventures in Wonderland won The American Book Award for design and illustration in 1983 Tide mark s Barry Moser Desk Diary features a broader selection of art created throughout the course of his career Notes In 1999, Mr Moser s edition of the King James Bible received international acclaim Requiring four years of development, Mr Moser produced 232 illustrations and worked with a host of specialists to perfect the elements that make his edition of the Bible unique Barry Moser is a member of the National Academy of Design and currently serves on both the art and religious departments of Smith College His work is featured in numerous collections and libraries around the world, including The National Gallery of Art The Metropolitan Museum The British Museum The Library of Congress The New York Public Library The National Library of Australia The Vatican Library and The Victoria Albert Museum.


  • Title: The Three Little Pigs
  • Author: Barry Moser
  • ISBN: 9780316585446
  • Page: 427
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Barry Moser

Barry Moser born 1940 is a renowned artist, most famous as a printmaker and illustrator of numerous works of literature.



Comments The Three Little Pigs

  • Tegan (The Rowdy Librarian)

    Traditional telling of the story. Not a big fan of these illustrations as some of the others. Read for grad school for Lit & Resources for Children.


  • Erin R

    This traditional story stays true to its roots. Three pigs set out one day to make their way in the world, but two are not so wise in their choice of building materials for their new homes. One builds out of straw and the other sticks, which a hungry wolf quickly blows down and the two pigs are gobbled up. The wise pig who built his home out of sturdy brick is safe from the wolf and spends the rest of the story outsmarting him. In the end, the wolf resorts to climbing down the pig’s chimney, o [...]


  • Suzanne

    I'm not a fan of the version where the wolf eats the first two pigs but the third pig eats the wolf because then it's like the third pig is eating his brothers. I know it is probably not like that but to me it is. This book is one of those.


  • Marissa

    This was a simply book that i loved when i was little and kinda still do.


  • Elizabeth Sharer

    This a traditional story but with a twist. A hungry wolf comes upon three little pigs, each with his own house. The wolf successfully gets to the first two pigs who did not have solidly built homes. The third pig however has a house made from wolf resistant bricks. The wolf fails to get to the third pig, and instead, is bested by the pig and become his dinner. I had not read a version where two of the pigs get consumed by the wolf, and I am not too sure I liked this telling better than the other [...]


  • Luisa Knight

    I have another version I like better.


  • Kristina Charnecki

    Genre: Traditional Literature Picture BookThe three little pigs and wolf are at it again! The wolf is hungry and has a craving for pork. This classic story is taken one step further by the author. The wolf is taken for a ride by the smartest pig of them all. Will the wolf ever learn his lesson?a.) An area for critique for this book is the author’s style in creating a fractured fairy tale.b.) I understand the goal of this book, which is to create a twist on a classic tale of the three little pi [...]


  • Becky

    Genre: Traditional Picture bookSummary: Moser expands upon the original little pig story through a few new storylines and creative illustrations. He also adds craftiness to the third pig’s qualities. The first two pigs unfortunately are eaten, but through wit and quick thinking, the third pig outsmarts the wolf and ends up eating wolf stew for dinner. Literary Critique: (a.) The illustrations add details to a classic story(b.) Moser adds new modern touches to The Three Little Pigs story with t [...]


  • Amber

    1. Traditional Literature2. This is the classic tale of the three little pigs that all left their mother’s house going in different directions to build their life and home. Two of the pigs are gobbled up by the big, bad wolf. While the third pig outsmarts him and gets to have wolf stew for dinner. 3. Critiquea. Originality b. This is always a children’s favorite. The use of repetition is great for the kid’s to interact during the read-aloud. I enjoyed the author making it his own by delvin [...]


  • Courtney

    Genre: Traditional LiteratureSummary: Barry Moser retells the classic story, The Three Little Pigs with a twist. This story is not for the faint of heart, as the wolf starts out winning against the two little pigs, until he finds himself outwitted by the third.Critique:a. The watercolor pictures and how they depict the story.b. Moser uses beautiful watercolor illustrations with light colors that give movement to the pictures. I loved this twist on the classic story, but the illustrations bring s [...]


  • Candice

    Genre: Traditional Literature; Picture BookSummary: This is "The Three Little Pigs" with a twist, as the story is updated to reach today's society of students.A. The author uses his illustrations to portray new pieces to and old tale. B. The author and illustrator Barry Moser takes the traditional story of "The Three Little Pigs" and adds details to make the story more interesting and fresh. Some students may have read the tale of "The Three Little Pigs" and know that the wolf eats the pigs, how [...]


  • Kelly

    From January through March 2014, my preschool classroom engaged in a fractured fairytale unit as a unifying theme for our larger multidisciplinary curriculum. Engaging both traditional and fractured versions of the three little pigs story allowed our classroom community to explore ideas of character voice and perspective, engage in our own construction work (with Lincoln Logs, miniature bricks, unit blocks, clay, etc.), write stories individually and collaboratively, perform Readers' Theatre, an [...]


  • Emily

    This story was the traditional three little pigs story. The pigs leave their mothers house and start lives of their own. The three little pigs all went different ways and had to create their own shelter. One pig made a house of straw, one made their house of sticks, and the other made its house out of bricks. The big bad wolf tried to break down all the houses and succeeded until he reached the last pigs house that was made of brick, then the pig flipped things around and began out smarting the [...]


  • Lindsey Watson

    This is a story of three little pigs that had to leave their mothers house and start lives of their own. The three little pigs all went different ways and had to create their own shelter and ways of living. One pig made a house of straw, one made their house of sticks, and the other made its house out of bricks. The big bad wolf tried to break down all the houses and succeeded until he reached the last pigs house that was made of brick, then the pig flipped things around and began out smarting t [...]


  • Nancy

    Published: 2001, Little Brown & CompanyAge: 4-8A fractured fairy tale that is really gruesome. It's Valentine's Day for some reason when mama pig decides her pigs must go out into the world. The wolf is huge and it eats up the first 2 pigs. He is satiated next to a bottle of Piga pepper sauce, Bubba's bbq sauce, paper towels and a bucket of bones. The third pig tricks the wolf 3 times before he climbs down the chimney and into the pot of boiling water. The 3rd pig is shown with a deranged ex [...]


  • Erica Johnson

    The Three Little Pigs is a classical children's book. This book explores different ways in which three little pigs set out to build their own houses when the Momma pig has sent them off. This book draws the imagination and creativity of young children to try and follow the way these pigs attempt to build houses. Of course we all know houses cannot be built from straw or sticks, children use their imagination to picture a straw or stick house. In this book the pigs and wolf have been given the ab [...]


  • Paul Hardin

    This is a classic tale that can be used to try and expand on children's imagination. Three little pigs build houses and a wolf tries to come to their houses and eat them. The witty pigs go into the 3rd pigs house which is made out of bricks to outsmart the wolf. The wolf gets frustrated and gives up trying to eat the pigs. I would use this book in a classroom by reading it aloud and then asking the children what they would make their house out of so the wolf wouldnt get into their house. This wo [...]


  • Susan Menk

    Tags: fairy tale, pigs, traditional, humor, watercolor, picture book, folk loreHumorous retelling of the traditional tale of the three pigs. Humor is found in the illustrations, not in the text. Pigs and wolf have human gestures and characteristics. Illustrations are watercolor with text along bottom of page and lots of white space used to keep focus on story. Great details in illustrations are aimed at adults. No notes on sources or citations as to what sources he used for the story."The Three [...]


  • Michelle Henry

    This traditional tale of the three little pigs, emphasizes classic children literature with modern illustrations. This tale of three pigs who break away from living with their mother try to tackle life in their own. One pig builds a house out of straw, another builds one out of sticks, and the third pig builds his house out of brick. Suddenly a wolf enters the scene and knocking down the house of straw and sticks, all three pigs take shelter in the house of brick. When the tables are turned, the [...]


  • Jessica Winden

    This is a story of three little pigs that had to leave their mothers house and start lives of their own. The three little pigs all went different ways and had to create their own shelter. One pig made a house of straw, one made their house of sticks, and the other made its house out of bricks. The big bad wolf tried to break down all the houses and succeeded until he reached the last pigs house that was made of brick, then the pig flipped things around and began out smarting the wolf at every tr [...]


  • Hillary

    This verison of The Three Little Pigs is retold and illustrated by Barry Moser. The story differs from what I remember in that the first two brothers get eaten by the Big Bad Wolf. The story also has some extended scenes with the third brother and the wolf. In the end, the pig with the brick house still ends up outsmarting the wolf. The illustrations are realistic and the characters show a lot of expression.


  • Celia

    Three little pigs: this book starts out when the three little pigs set off on their own; the three little pigs build houses but the big bad wolfe tries to blow down their houses and eat them. But the two little pigs brothers house saves them because it’s a brick house and not a house made out of sticks or hay/straw. The illustrations in this book were great; and I would recommend this book to fairytale lovers. And also to people who love to read classic books like this one.


  • Alicia Lawrence

    Three little pigs leave their mother and try to make houses of their own. One pig builds a house out of straw, another builds one out of sticks, and the third pig builds his house out of brick. A wolf comes and blows down the house built of straw and sticks, but is unable to blow down the house made out of brick.


  • Travis Miller

    This story stays true to the traditional tale of The Three Little Pigs. I would use this book to refresh students memories of this childhood story, then compare it to other three little pigs books so they can see the differences in the stories. I would then have them write about the similarities and differences between the different texts


  • Jackie

    The story we all know, with a few little twists. The Three Little Pigs by Barry Moser is full of humorous, colorful watercolor illustrations. The expressions on the pigs' faces are sure to bring a giggle to every child.Used for "Cheep, Oink, and Moo: Chicken, Pork, and Beef" Storytime-April, 2010.


  • Ellie

    This book is very similar to the familiar story we all know on three pigs. The three pigs try their best to stay away from wolf and safe.I can use this book during language arts time whereas students can compare the three little pigs that they know to this book or change the ending of the story.


  • Scarlet

    I thought that this book was a repulsive way to look at the story of he three little pigs. The wolf eating the first two pigs, I mean that happens in every day life, but then for the third pig to eat the wolf. That just makes me feel like then he is eating his brothers. YUCK!! I personally wouldn't use this book in a classroom.


  • Matthew Henson

    This was a great book with some great illustration. I really liked the pictures and after completing the story I decided to look at the book again but this time I did not read it but instead just viewed the pictures one by one. This would be a great novel for any child who enjoys pictures so I would recommend this to any child or adult.


  • Ashley

    This is a great children's book that also fits under the traditional literature category. It is about three pigs that each try to build homes out of different materials and only one of the pigs is successful.


  • Anja Manning

    This is a very nice retelling of the three little pigs. The wolf is quite gruesome, but that's ok - the piggies aren't that cute and cuddly either. The illustration of the wolf huffing and puffing is excellent.


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