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Τα τρία μικρά λυκάκια When it comes time for the three little wolves to go out into the world and build themselves a house, their mother warns them to beware the big bad pig But the little wolves' increasingly sturdy dwellings are no match for the persistent porker, who has up his sleeve than huffing and puffing It takes a chance encounter with a flamingo pushing a wheelbarrow full of flowers to provide a surprising and satisfying solution to the little wolves' housing crisis Eugene Trivizas's hilarious text and Helen Oxenbury's enchanting watercolors have made this delightfully skewed version of the traditional tale a contemporary classic [PDF / Epub] ❤ The End (The 30-Day Collective Book 1) ✅ Ellen A. Easton – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk their mother warns them to beware the big bad pig But the little wolves' increasingly sturdy dwellings are no match for the persistent porker ❰BOOKS❯ ✬ The Light Over London Author Julia Kelly – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk who has up his sleeve than huffing and puffing It takes a chance encounter with a flamingo pushing a wheelbarrow full of flowers to provide a surprising and satisfying solution to the little wolves' housing crisis Eugene Trivizas's hilarious text and Helen Oxenbury's enchanting watercolors have made this delightfully skewed version of the traditional tale a contemporary classic


About the Author: Eugene Trivizas

Ευγένιος Τριβιζάς ) has published many books on literature and he is one of Greece's leading writers for children He has produced than a hundred books of enduring popularity, all of them currently in print, that are enjoyed as much by grown ups as by children and he has received than twenty national and international literary prizes and awards.Reviewers have described him as 'a miracle worker who brings to life a whole new world 'and as 'the author who with a distinctive combination of lyricism and surrealism, humour and poetic imagination has revitalised the whole of our children's literature 'Much of E.Trivizas work has been transferred to the stage and serialised for television as well as the radio He is currently the most frequently performed writer of plays for children in Greece, In 1986 his play ''THE CARECROW''was placed on the International Board on Books for Young People's Honour List and awarded a Diploma for excellence in writing,His first book for children published in the English language was ''The three little wolves and the big bad pig (1993) The English ''Economist'' wrote about this book that ''only the most talented of writers can tamper with a classic nursery tale and produce something almost as amusing and thought provoking as the original ''The three little wolves'' has reached the second place in the American best seller list for picture books, has won many distinctions (including A.L.A notable book and A.S.L.J Best book , and the ''Parents Choice Amazing Accomplishment Award'') and has been translated in fifteen languages.He received his LL.B degree at Athens University in 1969 In 1972 passed the Athens Bar examinations and in the same year he was called as a barrister to the Athens Bar In 1973 he received a B.Sc degree in Politics and Economics from the University of Athens and the following year he received an LL.M degree in Comparative Criminal Law and Procedure from the University of London (University College) and a diploma in Shipping Law from the City of London Polytechnic In 1977 he was made a Fellow of the Salzburg seminar in American studies and in 1979 he was awarded his Ph.D degree in Criminology from the University of London (London School of Economics and Political Science, Law Department)



10 thoughts on “Τα τρία μικρά λυκάκια

  1. says:

    Beware of the Big Bad Pig, little wolves!

    Once upon a time, I worked as a school librarian. Those were the days of fairy tales.

    Whenever I tried to teach young readers in the library that all stories have different facets and perspectives, as well as interpretations, I would grab this wonderful fractured fairy tale and read it aloud to a group


  2. says:

    This book is truly hilarious. I was reading it to a class of children and couldn’t stop myself from laughing out loud! It is a twist on a classic tale, as the name suggests, about three little wolves that leave their mother to build a house. The first house built of bricks gets knocked down by the BIG BAD PIG who uses a sledge hammer. The second house built of conc


  3. says:

    What a wonderfully enchanting spin-off of the Three Little Pigs tale! Unlike most fairy tales, the wolves in this story are cuddly and lovable with soft fur and fluffy tails. On three occasions, they try to build a house, each time of sturdier materials, only to have it blown down by the “big bad pig.” Their determination and perseverance is admirable, and the reader is l


  4. says:

    On first glance one can be mistaken for assuming this is just yet another version of the classic the three little pigs, yet this book in my view is a hidden gem. By revising the orignal story Eugene Trivizas has provided children with a brilliant, funny and paradoxical book that I believe will appeal to not only younger readers but adults alike.

    The book opens with the thre


  5. says:

    My niece and nephew both liked this book. My niece is older and is familiar with The Three Little Pigs, so she really enjoyed how this book turned that tale on its head. She laughed at several of the twists and turns, and she was eagerly anticipating how the Three Little Wolves would outsmart the Big Bad Pig. I think the story really lost steam for her, though, with the building of the final h


  6. says:

    Well, that was something different! The pig is truly a bully and escalates his arsenal. In this day and age, the last thing you want to do is teach children warmongering, which is what this book appears to be promoting. Not my sense of humor, and I wouldn't read it to child.


  7. says:

    The traditional English fairy-tale about the three little pigs and their various confrontations with a big bad wolf is inverted here, as three little wolves go out into the world and attempt to make a home for themselves. Warned by their mother about the dangers posed by the big bad pig, the wolves build themselves a secure brick house, only to watch their dastardly porcine enemy bring it down with a sledgehamm


  8. says:

    Here's a fun twist to a children's classic!

    And it is child recommended! My six-year-old friend, Chloe, shares why she picked this particular book to tell you about - watch her cute video!

    I mean, aren't pretty mother wolves enough of an incentive to read this book? ;)

    Ages 7+


  9. says:

    I really enjoyed reading The Three Little Wolves and The Big Bad Pig and I think it is perfect for children in key stage one. It was a great twist on the original story of the Three Little Pigs and The Big Bad wolf. The story had really interesting vocabulary and it was a great way for children to learn words such as pneumatic drill! It was really interesting how the wolves did everything in their power to stay safe by creating


  10. says:

    Reread. This was coming out as *the* book for primary-school teachers when I was in teacher-training, and I think it still deserves the accolade. The ending may be a bit implausible, but look at the rest of it. Not only is is 'fractured' from the original tale, but it turns it into something truly discomfiting... by bad we discover that the pig uses destructive technology... not just lung-power.

    Oxenbury used a light touch w


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