Below is the second part of "The Three Little Pigs."
They had a grand picnic to celebrate. Proudly, they stood back and admired their three homes: one of straw, one of wood, and one of brick.
The three little pigs soon had visitors from all around the Big Forest. The neighbors had nice things to say about each of the pig's houses. Still, each brother secretly believed his house was the favorite.
When the youngest pig heard a knock on the door one morning, he was happy. Someone had chosen his house to visit first. Who could it be?
"Let me in," growled a deep voice.
The young pig peeked through a space in the straw wall. A huge, hairy wolf crouched outside his door. He had large teeth, and he looked hungry!
"Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin!" said the young pig.
Outside the house, the wolf snarled.
He was hungry, and this little pig was not making things easy.
"Then I'll huff and I'll puff," roared the big wolf, "and I'll blow your house down!"
The wolf opened his jaws and took a deep breath. Then, he let out a blast of air.
S-W-O-O-O-S-H! The straw went flying! As straw drifted through the air, the wolf looked for the little pig. He spotted the pig pushing himself through the window of the wood house next door.
The wolf was not happy. He ran to the door of the wood house.
He banged on it with his giant paw.
"Let me in!" snapped the angry wolf.
Inside the house, the two brothers hugged each other in fear. "Not by the hair of our chinny chin chins!" they screamed together. "Besides, you forgot to say please!"
"Then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house down!" roared the big wolf. Once again, he breathed in and blew with all his might.
C-R-R-R-A-C-K! The wood boards snapped like twigs. They fell together in a great pile. The wolf looked up to see the two pigs on top. As he climbed after them, they jumped through the air.
The little pigs landed on the roof of the brick house next door. While the wolf howled in anger, the pigs squeezed down the chimney.
The wolf leaped to the ground in front of the brick house. He saw it was the last house standing.
"This has been harder than I expected," said the wolf to himself. "But soon it will be over. If I must, I will blow this house down, too. Those little pigs will have nowhere else to run!"
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