The classic fairy tale The Three Little Pigs retold with an Armenian twist! In this Armenian version, the three little karnoogs (lambs) set out into Jermuk, Armenia to build their own homes and make their Mayreeg (mother) proud. However, a wicked kayl (wolf) is determined to eat a karnoog meal, disguising himself as a neighbor bringing pakhlava and a boy selling Jermuk Mineral Water. Houses are blown down, and more devilish tricks are unveiled, until finally, the kayl ends up with a burned voreeg (butt) in some hot madzoon aboor (yogurt soup). Exciting full- color illustrations bring the story to life, depicting beautiful Armenian landscapes and characters that look stereotypically Armenian. The Three Little Karnoogs is written in "Arm-English" (English with some Armenian words) and includes a glossary and pronunciation guide to help readers learn the meanings of the words and to pronounce them correctly. A delight for Armenian children!
Childrens-Books, Fairy-Tales-Folk-Tales-Myths, Multicultural,