Read the story on The Three Little Pigs with Illustrations.
Once upon a time, there lived three little Pigs with their old mother. The time came for them to leave home and seek their fortunes. Before they left, their mother told them, “Whatever you do, do it the best you can because that is how you get along with the world.
The first little Pig was very lazy, so he builds a straw house, but a wolf blows it down and devours him. The second little Pig builds a house out of sticks, which the wolf also blew down, and the second little Pig is too debilitated. Then they run to the third little Pig’s house.
At the third’s Pig’s house, suddenly, there was a knock at the door. “Oh, Little Pig!” he called.” Won’t you let me come in?” said the wolf.
“No!” said the little Pig. Not by the hair of my chinny, chin, chin. I will not let you in!”
“Then I will huff and puff, and I will blow your house down!” said the wolf.
The third little Pig built the house of bricks. There the wolf could do nothing, he thought hard, and he got an idea. He went in through the chimney, but the Pig saw it and immediately lit the fire, and when the wolf got close, he got a burn. He escaped immediately, and the three little pigs lived peacefully in their new house.
Moral of The Three Little Pigs - “Hard work and dedication will bring success, while carelessness can bring bad consequences.” The first two little pigs were lazy and quickly built their homes. In contrast, the third little Pig is admirable because he was a hard worker, was not afraid, and, most importantly, was intelligent who thought ahead of his enemy.