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When the three little pigs set off to build new houses, the first little pig chooses to make a house out of straw. The second little pig makes a house of wood and the third little pig uses bricks. But which house will keep them safe from the big bad wolf? The Three Little Pigs has been designed by experts for you and your child to read together before bedtime. Each My First Storytime contains a traditional fairy tale for an adult to read aloud, alongside short, simple sentences for the child to read.

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9781474895170
  • ISBN: 9781474895170
  • Pub Date: 28th November 2017
  • Publisher: Parragon
  • Imprint: Parragon
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number of Pages: 32

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This is Book 2 in the My First Storytime Series. See all My First Storytime books here.

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About Mei Matsuoka

Mei Matsuoka is half Japanese. Since graduating from Kingston College of Art in 2004 her work has attracted a lot of interest and she is in much demand as an illustrator. Her illustrations for a short story won first prize in a UNESCO sponsored competition, which she travelled to Japan to collect in 2005.

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