The Absolute True Story of the Three Little Pigs Written and Illustrated by Mrs. Courtney’s 2nd Grade Reading Class Once upon a time there were three little pigs and two big bad wolves. The first little pig made his house out of paper. The second little pig made his house out of buttons. The third little pig made his house out of honey. The two wolves were going to make a paper airplane, but they ran out of paper. They went of to the woods to look for paper, then they spotted the first little pig’s house. The two wolves knocked on the pig’s door and said, “Little pig, little pig, let me in. I want to borrow some paper.” But the first little pig said, “Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin, you big bad wolves!” The wolves decided that since the pig wouldn’t give them any paper, they would just take a few pieces from the outside of the house. Well, a few pieces of paper ended up being most of the paper. When the pig walked out to see what was going on the house fell down! So the first little pig ran to the second little pig’s house. After the wolves finished making their paper airplane, they decided it needed lights and windows. “Hey, we could use buttons!” said one big wolf. “But we don’t have enough.” said the other wolf. So off they went to find more buttons. Then, they saw the second little pig’s house. The wolves knocked on the door and said, “Little pigs, little pigs, may we please borrow some buttons?” But the pigs said, “No, not by the hair of our chinny chin chins!” So the wolves decided to take a few from the outside of the house. Well, a few buttons ended up being most of the buttons. When the pigs came out to see what was going on, the house fell down. So the two little pigs went to the third little pig’s house. When the wolves got home and finished the airplane, they started to get hungry. So they went off to find food. While walking, the two wolves found the third little pig’s house. When the wolf knocked on the door his fist got stuck in the honey. The other wolf tried to free the first wolf by licking away the honey, but his tongue got stuck! When the three little pigs saw that the wolves were stuck they jumped out of the window and ran to their mom’s house. Later when the wolves finally ate their way out, they were so fat that they weren’t able to bother any animals ever again. The pigs lived happily ever after. The END!