Once upon a time three pigs named Jorge, Marcos and Joseph lived happily with her mother until one day Mr. Brown Bear them out of their homes because they could not pay the rent. Her mother instructed them each to build a house where they could meet again the whole family. They would not be alone in their task, bad wolf and his sidekick, a nasty weasel, lurked the three little pigs doing their best to annoy their plans. Mark built a simple house of straw, but the wolf knocked with his puffs. Joseph built his house with sticks, but also finished on the ground after a new attack of the wolf. While George works ...
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Have you watched The Three Little Pigs yet? What did you think about it?