Mama Hog had three pigs. They ate all day. They ate all the food. They ate the cake that Mama made for Dan Duck.
That made Mama mad. "I am done cooking for you," she said. "You can shop for your own food. You can cook it. You can eat it."
Mama Hog told her pigs to go. She gave each pig sixteen cents. They went away on a train.
Three days went by. Mama missed her little pigs. She went to look for them.
"Here is a hut. It is made of hay," she said. "The door is not here. My pigs are not here."
Mama Hog came to a hut of sticks. The door was gone. She looked inside. "My pigs are not here. I must keep looking."
At noon Mama Hog came to a brick hut. It had a door, but it was shut. "Are my little pigs here?"
"Yes!" the pigs cried. "Come in!" They each gave Mama a hug.
"You are just in time for dinner," one pig said. "We made stew."Paragraphs 10 to 21:
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