The three Little Pigs It is a fable of popular origin from the XNUMXth century whose author is unknown. It tells the story of three brothers who, chased by the ferocious wolf, learn the importance of effort and work to obtain a reward.
Although there are records of the publication of the work in the mid-1800s, it is important to note that it is such a popular narrative that it could be easily transmitted orally. Later, versions arrived in the cinema and in cartoons so that this story would end up becoming popular throughout the world.
In the literary sphere, it was reproduced hundreds of times by various authors in different languages. There are also musical themes and plays that often retold the adventures of these three brothers who flee from the ferocious wolf.
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Eugenia Perella was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a journalist and worked for more than fifteen years in different media in her country, both in the written press and in audiovisual formats and digital platforms. She was part of one of the most important Argentine newspapers, where she wrote on different topics until she specialized in international news. In recent times, she has transformed this desire to inform and the experience she has gained into an immense passion for writing children's and youth literature. She loves books that arouse curiosity and unleash a limitless imagination. He also thinks that literature is a powerful tool to move people. She feels that by reading a book, we enter a wonderful world where there are no borders.
Angela Salerno She graduated as a graphic designer at the University of Buenos Aires and later discovered her passion for illustration. She published her first book as a full-length author with Editorial Amanuta in 2021. She works as an independent illustrator and designer, with the dream of developing her career in the publishing world. She is a restless Argentine who currently lives in Australia, who is inspired by travel and different cultures.