Wolf Pie by Brenda Seabrooke

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Once, there were three pigs who lived in a brick house.

No, not those pigs.

These are the Pygg brothers: James, Marvin, and Lester. And when they get a visit from a wolf named Wilfong, what you think is going to happen doesn’t. And what you think couldn’t possibly happen actually might. But one thing that will definitely happen is that everyone is going to learn how to make wolf pie—and you know what the main ingredient in that is, right? (It’s probably not what you’re thinking.)

About Brenda Seabrooke

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Brenda Seabrooke's most recent book, Cemetery Street (Holiday House), was a nominee for the Edgar Award and the Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance Award for best young adult book. She lives on an island in Englewood, Florida. Visit her website at www.childrensbookguild.org/seabrooke.htm. Liz Callen studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. She began her career in advertising, designing animated commercials, and for the last 25 years she has been creating illustrations for children. She lives in Washington State.
Published June 7, 2010 by Clarion Books. 48 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Deviating from traditional retellings of “The Three Little Pigs,” James, Marvin and Lester Pygg build one brick house together at the start of this lively, accessible fractured tale.

Jun 03 2010 | Read Full Review of Wolf Pie

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In this hilarious chapter book, Wilfong the wolf can’t blow down the house that belongs to James, Marvin, and Lester Pygg, so he hangs around until the pigs build him a room of his own—with a latch on their side (“He was reformed, but he was still a wolf”).

Jun 14 2010 | Read Full Review of Wolf Pie

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