Three Little Pigs:The Wolf's Story (Story-1 (Whan winter arrived, it…
Three Little Pigs:The Wolf's Story
The first little pig
The second little pig
The third little pig
Once upon a time in a quiet country village, there lived three little pigs. They had just inherited enough money from their grandfather to build three new houses.
The first little pig wanted a warm and cozy house that would help him to relax.
The second little pig loved to shock the neighbors. He picked sticks for materials and built a modern house.
The third little pig, who planned for any imagined disaster, built sturdy house of bricks and mortar.
Not far off in the cold, damp forest lived a poor old wolf. Unlike most wolves, he is a vegetarian.
Whan winter arrived, it was extremely bitter and harsh. The wolf ate so little that he become weak and caught a terrible cold. Soon he was constantly sniffling and sneezing. He sneezed so hard that he blew dried leaves off the forest's trees.
The sickly wolf left the forest in search of food and shelter. With each sneeze, the snow whirled into a shite cloud around his frostbitten ears.
After walking for several hours, the old wolf came upon the quaint village where the three pigs lived. Being so very cold and so very hungry, he hurried to the nearest house as fast as stiff body could carry him.
He knocked on the straw door. He hoped that whoever lived there would take pity on him and let him come inside. Before the timid little pig could reach the door,the wolf began to sneeze and sneeze.
To the wolf's surprise, he sneezed so hard that he blow the strow house apart. The frightened little pig thought the wolf wanted to eat him, so he scurried off th his brother's house.
In a trembling voice, the pig warned his brother about the wolf who had blown down his house. They quickly locked the door and hid under a bed.
His sneezing shook the house of sticks. Three more sneezes and the house fell down. The two pigs locked the doors and windows and hid in the safety room.
The wolf again came begging for food and shelter. He was dslirious. The weather and the illness had sapped his strength.
One last time, the wolf began to sneeze and sneeze. The brick house stood strong, but the wolf teetered until a finer sneeze made him collapse in the drifting snow.
The weasel, being kind and concerned, struggled to pull the old wolf onto his sled.
The wolf followed the pig to the stick house, desperate after destroying his first chance at food and shelter. The two pigs remained hidden under the bed, fearing for their lives. Once again the old wolf began to sneeze and sneeze.
The weasel finally managed to load up the wolf and tugged the sled to his house as the edge of the village. He helped the sick creature into bed, where he nursed the wolf back to health with vegetable broth.
When spring came, the healthy wolf explained his terrible ordeal to the three pigs were ashamed that they they hadn't realozed what was happening.
The wolf didn't blame them for misunderstanding. To make up for blowing down the two houses, the wolf helped the little pigs rebuild.
Than allof the villagers joined together to build the wolf's new neighbors also helped him plant a garden full of fresh vegetables.
From that day on, the old wolf was never sneezed another sneeze.