The three pigs have been living together for 20 years already!
It is time to go their separate ways again.
No longer 'seeking fortune' as before, but now 'seeking happiness'.
What will happen with each one of them?
This is the story of our childhood friends, the three little pigs. They have been living together in the house of bricks for the last 20 years and have become quite miserable, constantly fighting with each other. We meet them as they decide to go their separate ways, no longer 'seeking fortune' as before but but now 'seeking happiness'.
Mama pig and the big bad wolf will join our friends in this adventure about self-discovery and finding one's purpose.
As the reader follows each pig on its new path, a story line unfolds full of suspense, humor and endearing moments.
The Three Little Pigs Move Out is an absolutely marvelous book! I can feel the author’s joy bubbling out through the whole story, and through all of its charming characters! This sweet spin on a class tale is filled with delight, playfulness, creativity and passion! It uplifted me to read it, with every unfolding of the characters’ self-discovery, and every inventive twist and turn of their journey. For kids of all ages, this book brings a dose of freshness, light and possibility! The Three Little Pigs Move Out is an inspiration that is meant to be shared! Chris Brittain, 3 Principles Coach, Facilitator, Author.
This story is very interesting, rich and full of surprises. It covers many day to day modern topics, promotes thinking and stimulates memory and common sense. Readers of all ages will get insights and inspiration they can apply to their personal life. Thank you for having shared this story with us! Nadia B, teacher.
Wonderful book! It highlights important values like ecology, serving others, personal responsibility and the search for meaning. The book is very pleasant to read and the plot is very well built! Gene.
I like this book very much. It's the best book in the world! It is amazing!
It is a very funny book and also a very sad one.
I think this book was interesting and very funny.
This book is very good.
I like the book. There are a lot of details.
I love that there were so many surprises!
I loved the story. At the end, I wanted to cry with joy.
I think that this book is extraordinary!
I would like Ms Fernandez to write a sequel to this book.
Comments collected from the 2nd grade students in Mme Bastien's class - The Language Academy - San Diego.
Did you ever wonder what happened to the three little pigs? You will enjoy this inspiring well-written story that offers a plausible, funny, modern and touching answer. Terry
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