In honor of the 25th Anniversary, we will be revisiting The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. First off, I really love this pairing. The illustrator’s aesthetic is so quirky and off beat and the authors sense of humor is in sync with my own. This is one of those iconic books that everyone should read.
One of the aspects I love about the story, and the story can be read multiple ways, is that villain doesn’t see himself as a villain. Beside Rumpelstiltskin, who I have already admired in his own post, being a hero and a villain is simply a matter of perception.
I had forgotten how much I love this book. It often gets over shadowed by the Stinky Cheese Man but it is a cute read, worthy of children with quirky senses of humor.