Three Little Pugs and the Big, Bad Cat

Three Little Pugs and the Big Bad Cat Three little pugs named Bubbles Bandit and Beauty live with their mother in the woods One day she tells them that its time for them to set out on their own The pugs head out to build their own house

  • Title: Three Little Pugs and the Big, Bad Cat
  • Author: Becky Davies Caroline Attia
  • ISBN: 9781680100433
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Three little pugs named Bubbles, Bandit and Beauty live with their mother in the woods One day, she tells them that its time for them to set out on their own The pugs head out to build their own housesbut can they steer clear of the Big, Bad Cat

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      Published :2019-01-11T04:34:25+00:00

    One thought on “Three Little Pugs and the Big, Bad Cat”

    1. If I could put Doug the Pug into book form, I'm sure this is what it'd look like. If my cousins don't read this, it'd be a mistake. And my aunt Jane!

    2. This was a sweet twist on the classic Three Little Pigs that my daughters and I enjoyed reading together. I liked the actual photos of dogs included in the illustrations- I especially liked the ones where the dogs are running with their tongues sticking out (and of course the cute little puppies at the beginning of the book). Even though a lot of the story followed the original concept, there were some new added twists (how the houses are knocked down and how the issue is resolved at the end, al [...]

    3. Adorable! The story was cute (perhaps a little obvious, since it was clearly a take on the Three Little Pigs) but the pugs were super-cute. Pugs make everything better. I love that they used real pictures of the pugs within their illustrations And those puppy pictures inside the cover were the best!!!

    4. If you've ever had a pug in your family, you'll understand the five stars. Understanding their antics will help you relate to this one.It made me laugh and smile in memories of my Puggy McPugster, Murphy, who died a little over two years ago. (I'd have a million pugs if they didn't shed atrociously.)

    5. Our family has a pug, so we buy almost all the pug books. As soon as I saw this one, I knew we had to have it. It's a great take on the original, with the added bonus of pugs and a fun twist at the end. As for the illustration style, I love it, my kid loves it, and my husband loves it. The pug is neutral on it, but she's not a big reader.

    6. My daughter and I were looking for books at the library and stumbled onto this gem. We picked it up because a coworker loves pugs. After looking over the book it would be a great addition to my classroom read alouds. It is filled with great examples of alliteration and the pictures are hilarious. I will be getting this book to add to my lesson plans.

    7. A new twist on the classic Pig tale. It had me laughing out loud at the cat's antics. Illustrations are cute with the photos of the pugs. Big Bad Cat gets her comeuppance in the end. A fun read for all pet lovers.

    8. This is a very cute variation of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf. I picked it up for our elementary school library and decided to use it as my read aloud book this week. It’s a simple cute and funny story, with a twist to the ending. Worth a read if your a dog lover which I am.

    9. Retelling of the three little pigs with dogs and cats, this book combines photographs and retro drawings (style of Song of the South). The text is well done and this book is charming.

    10. I wish I could give it infinity stars. It was my favorite. I loved the pictures. I want more books with the pugs.

    11. I love how this book is illustrated with a combination of photographs and drawings. It looks great! I also like that the story has a twist at the end. It keeps the story fresh.

    12. In a take-off of The Three Little Pigs that has clearly gone to the dogs, three pugs set off to make their way in the world after their mother tells them they need to build homes of their own. After giving them a little bit of advice and a warning to beware of the Big, Bad Cat, she sends them on their way. As in the classic tale, Bubbles builds his home with straw, but in a clever twist the cat destroys it with a hairdryer. Bandit uses sticks for his structure, but the cat wields a mean leaf blo [...]

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