While the two were resting, the older piglet was still working. He was building a brick house. When the walls were ready, he covered them with a slab and installed a chimney. It was the house that took the longest to complete. In the kitchen, he built a beautiful wood stove.
One day, a hungry wolf appeared nearby.
– I think I'll look for a little pig to eat. This way, I can get rid of my hunger quickly - he said.
The big bad wolf went straight to the nearest little house. It was the little straw house.
- Knock-knock-knock - the wolf knocked on the door.
- Who is it? asked the little pig.
- It's me, the wolf. Open that door now. I'm really hungry.
- No way. Do you think I'm stupid? - said the little pig.
- So, I'll blow, blow, and I'll enter through the roof!
The wolf began to blow hard, and the roof was blown up!
The little pig ran out the back door and went to the wooden house. The wolf didn't give up:
- Get out, bad wolf! - said the little pigs.
- Open that door quickly, I'm very hungry! - said the wolf.
- No way!
- Then I will blow, blow, and I will enter through the roof!
The wolf started blowing hard, and the tiles went flying!
The little pigs went out the back door and went to the brick house.
- Help, open the door! The big bad wolf wants to get us!
The oldest pig opened the door. As soon as the others entered, they closed it quickly.
- We already know it's you, you wolf. Go away!
- Open that door quickly, otherwise I'll blow it and enter through the roof!
- You can blow. The house doesn't even have a roof!
When the wolf looked up, he saw that there was no roof at all. So, he climbed the wall and went to the roof. He wanted to enter through the chimney.
The little pigs took a very large pot and put it with water to boil on the wood stove - right in the chimney.
The wolf came down backwards. When he fell into the hot water, he gave the loudest scream:
- Oh my butt! Oh my butt!
The big bad wolf ran out the back door and disappeared into the forest. When he was far away, the pigs had an idea:
They started to prepare delicious food on the wood stove, because the mother pig would come to have lunch with them the next day.
During lunch, a little pig said:
- Mom, you were right. Everything we do in life, we have to do our best. When you try hard to do something, you surely succeed.
From that day on, the little pigs began to strive to do their best in all things. And they lived for many years, having a safe and happy life.