The next morning at five o’clock, the third little pig got up, so he could get to the carrot field before the wolf. Hey guys, come on! Aren’t you coming with me? No way! It’s too early, and we’re scared.
Okay, I will go by myself then. The third little pig was not worried at all. He knew what he was doing. He went to the field and picked carrots then quickly returned home. At exactly six o’clock, the wolf came to the house and knocked on the door. Who’s there? It’s me. Wolf! Let’s go find the carrots now. Oh, I’m sorry wolf. You are too late. I already went to the carrot field and I’m now making carrot soup.
Maybe next time, He fooled me this time, but I will get him next time. So the wolf returned home, and the three little pigs cheered. All right! He’s gone! We tricked him! Yummm.
That soup sure smells good, little brother. Let’s eat! Sorry guys. No soup for lazy pigs. You have to work for your food. We should have gone with him to the carrot field. The third little pig enjoyed his delicious carrot soup all by himself.
The next day, the wolf was walking around in the forest, thinking about how he could eat the pigs, when suddenly, an apple dropped on his head. Hey, that gives me a good idea. Pigs really love apples. I will ask them to come with me to the apple orchards. They won’t trick me this time!
The hungry old wolf went back to the pigs’ house. Hey, I’m not mad at you, pigs. Please come with me tomorrow to the apple orchards, so we can pick some sweet, red apples together. Why, thank you. Wolfe. Where can we find these fine apples, and what time should we go? You can find the apples down at the merry orchards. I will pick you up at five o’clock. The hungry old wolf returned home, thinking how smart he was to come up with such a wonderful plan.
Meanwhile, the pigs were making plans of their won. I am going to sleep now, because I am going to get up at four o’clock tomorrow morning. If you want apple pie, you have to come with me this time. We’ll come! We’ll come! The next morning at four o’clock, all the little pigs went to the merry orchards. They climbed the trees and began gathering sweet, red apples. That silly old wolf thought he could trick us. Did you ever see anyone so dumb? Shhhh! Don’ t talk so much. We have to hurry.
At that very moment , the wolf ran out from behind a tree. Now I’ve got you! You didn’t outsmart me this time. That’s what you think. The little pigs began throwing apples like bullets and sent the wolf running. The pigs climbed down from the tree and took all their delicious apples home. They baked many apple pies, and this time all the pigs enjoyed the food. This will never be enough pie for me. I could eat a whole mountain of apple pies.