From The Blaze:
Remember the childhood story “The Three Little Pigs”? Complete with animals, action, and some life lessons about not taking the easiest route, the tale has become a classic. And despite variations over the years, the core story remains the same. Until now.
A new version of the story is now popping up in the classroom as part of the the fourth grade reading textbookStorytown: Winning Catch 4. In that book’s version, the wolf has a sudden heart attack while trying to blow down the third little pig’s adobe house. The three little pigs rush to his aid, save him, and while trying to flee from him once recovered, realize that the whole “huff and puff and blow your house down” thing was a simple “lack of communication”: the wolf actually wanted to move in with the pigs and was testing each abode’s structural security.
The story is complete with housing shortages and houses made of recycled newspaper and aluminum. An electronic version can be viewed here by picking theme two, lesson eight.