The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig by Eugene Trivizas and Helen Oxenbury is a cute twist on the original Three Little Pigs story. Instead of the wolf being the antagonist, it is the pig in this story. The wolves keep trying to build houses, but the big bad pig always destroys their home. In the end, the big bad pig befriends the wolves. The big bad pig realizes that he has been mean, and he feels bad about it.
Use in the classroom: I would use this story in the classroom to teach compare and contrast. I would read the original The Three Little Pigs, then read this version. The students would make a foldable, and fill out the columns "same, different, both". When the students are done with their foldable, they will come up with their own version of The Three Little Pigs.