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by Bea Chiccarine and Jan Whittaker
Price: $14.95

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32 Pages, Hardback, 8 x 8

ISBN-10: 1-60315-000-5
ISBN-13: 978-1-60315-000-2

Percival pig and his two piggy friends unexpectedly find themselves in trouble while searching on-line for building supplies to build a bungalow that is reddish,brickish and just a little piggish. Because huffing and puffing had not worked in the past,the determined wolf uses this internet connection as the first step in a new plan to capture the three pigs!

About The Author

Bea Chiccarine,Bucks County,PA, doesn't have to go far for inspiration when writing about personal safety."I have six beautiful grandchildren and hundreds of precious students in my life. I follow my own advice and stay away from making dangerous internet connections!" Imagine how author, parent and teacher Jan Whittaker,Bucks County,PA,felt when she discovered that one of her children was being stalked on the internet!"I co-wrote this light-hearetd fairy tale with a new twist - to start safety discussions in classrooms and homes."


"The tale of The Three Little Pigs gets a a modern twist in a new book...moral of the story is teaching children about internet safety in an entertaining way..."Robin Taylor, Fox News 29. " spinned an old but important tale of three pigs and weaved an important lesson in online behavior for put a smile on my face." M.Stringer, Editor, Curious Parenst Magazine. "Even strong and smart piggies get in trouble when they divulge information (online)..."K.Gentry,Bucks County Courier and Times. "Hopefully this book will spark discussions between parents and students about how to safely use the Internet..."J.Moore's School Talk.

Customer Reviews

shopper17 from Petersburg , NJ is a well written book about 3 pigs who disclosed too much information about themselves on an internet website. Unfortunatedly, the "Big Bad Wolf" was the recipient. I purchased this book after seeing it featured on a TV newsprogram to help open up a discussion at home with my 3 children (ages 4,7,12) about internet predators and what personal information is to be disclosed over the web. It is an entertaining story with colorful illustrations that keeps the kids attention in addition to teaching a very pertinent lesson about internet safety.