And so the Wolf's side of the story begins ... He introduces himself.
This happens once again with the pig who lived in the stick house, the Wolf's nose tickles, he huffed and he snuffed, and the little pig ended up dead and ... "Think of it as a second helping", said Wolf! There's a small vignette, showing us a fat Wolf, holding his stomach!
At the brick house the Wolf is very upset: not only did the pig tell him to go away, a pig who looks big and mean through the small window in the illustration, but he also yelled, "And your old granny can sit on a pin!" The straw that broke the camel's back ... the Wolf admitted to going nuts.
That's when the cops arrived, to find Wolf "huffing and puffing and making a real scene." Funnily enough they were all pink pigs!
And "The rest they say is history."
The final page shows us Wolf as he is today, the after-the-story-Wolf, the one who's been framed! He looks feeble alongside the mean looking pig in prison uniform!
As usual there are a number of Youtube films but I like this one in particular, the narrator's voice is so matter of fact and jolly, it's great!
And there are some interesting resource pages on the net if that's what you like: Scholastic resources; LitGuides and other stuff.
More and more I just love the sharing of a good picturebook, and this one is sooo good. Giggling and laughing together in class, sharing the visual verbal jokes - there's nothing more motivating for a language learner.