Tasked with converting The Three Little Pigs into a journalism article, LCA students show flair and fun.
Two pigs dead, another survived wolf attack
By Jose Hueso and Rachel Post —
Two pigs were eaten and a third successfully defended himself against a ravenous wolf who blew the houses down of the first two pigs yesterday in the woods.
Unable to blow down the third house which was made of bricks, the wolf entered with malicious intent by way of the chimney.
He was unaware that the chimney was booby-trapped. He fell into a pot of boiling water on the fire of the chimney and died. The third pig ate the boiled predator.
The wolf was able to knock down the first two pigs’ houses by blowing with all his might against them. One was made of hay and the other of sticks.
“I’ll huff and I’ll puff, and I’ll blow your house down,” the wolf threatened.
But huffing and puffing and blowing didn’t work against the house of bricks.
Two pigs dead, wolf gets into hot water
By Joey Catalano, Ryan Zepeda and Zhang Xiao-Tong —
Two pigs were found eaten alive inside a killer wolf’s stomach yesterday in the woods.
Local residents say the wolf was spotted blowing down the two pigs’ houses.
“He was just saying, ‘I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down!’ to all those poor piggies,” said Julie Rabbit.
The houses were made of sticks and hay. But a third pig escaped unscathed when the wolf attempted unsuccessfully to flatten his brick house.
Foiled in his huffing and puffing, the wolf attempted to get the third pig by shimmying down the chimney. The quick-witted third pig put a pot of boiling water on the fire in the chimney, and the wolf only fell to his death in the hot water.
‘Another brick in the wall’ not a bad thing, pigs learn
By Kiera Sivrican and Wang Jingtong —
A big bad wolf assaulted three little pigs in a rage of hunger yesterday in the woods, blowing two of their three houses down.
The famished wolf left his woods for a meal, when he stumbled on the three pigs, who had just finished building their separate houses as seemed best to each: one of hay, one of sticks, one of bricks. Read the rest of the Los Angeles specialized high school writing program