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The Story of the Three Little Pigs, written by anonymous, is an ageless children's story. It's told by Alexa as only she can. Suitable for children of all ages with some 'yes' or 'no' interactions so the listener can feel part of the tale.
NOTE TO PARENTS: There may be some words unfamiliar to children such as Sow (a female pig), furze (grass, or a small bush with thorns and yellow flowers), bustle up (move quickly) .
NOTE TO PARENTS AND SPOILER ALERT: Two of the three pigs are eaten as is the wolf.
If you think this story would be more engaging if Alexa asked the listener questions or explained the meaning of the words in the story, please be sure to comment in you review.
If you would like other classic stories read by Alexa, please also leave your thoughts in the comments of your review.
Story time is about six minutes, 40 seconds.
Thank you and we hope you enjoy The Story of the Three Little Pigs.
Please look for the Tale of Peter Rabbit also in the skill store.
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