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Matt Daville Patrick Catherine RyanThere once was a mother pig who could no longer bear to keep her little pigs tied up in the house so she told her three little pigs that it was now time for them to seek their fortune She warned them that each one should build a house to keep himself safe thinking of the dangers that were out in the real world especially with each little pig being by himself Finally the mother pig kissed her little pigs goodbye and sent the three little pigs on their way happily unaware of the little pigs were about to get intoThe first little pig met a man with a bundle of straw He asked the man for some straw and built himself a cozy little straw house Soon enough a wolf came along and knocked on the door saying Little pig little pig let me come in The wolf was drooling hungrily over the picture of a fat roasted pig in his mine which he had been thinking of all day He thought to himself that if the little pig would even so much as put a crack in the door he would force himself in and make himself a nice batch of cracklins from his earned pigTo the wolfs surprise the frightened little pig replied Not by the hair of my chinny chin chinThis angered the wolf deeply so the he decided that he would just huff and puff and blow the little pigs straw house to smithereens The wolf then mentally prepared himself for a great big puff The wolf started repeating encouraging phrases in his mind like I think I can I think I can He suddenly let out a tremendous blow from his large lungs and blew the house right off its foundation leaving the little pig no other choice but to run to his brothers houseThe unbelievingly hungry wolf followed the juicy little pig to his
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